Polycystic ovarian syndrome: a lifelong condition

Dr Anne Connolly advises on the pathophysiology of PCOS, managing short term effects and advising women with fertility concerns

1 CPD hour

Key questions on infections in pregnancy

Dr Jessica Garner, clinical fellow in obstetrics and gynaecology and Miss Maryam Parisaei, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, on investigating rash in pregnant women, managing chicken pox in pregnancy and travel advice for zika virus.

1.5 CPD hours

Key questions on atrial fibrillation

Dr John Dean, consultant cardiologist, on identifying patients with AF, personalised care and manging patients who are persistently unwell despite treatment

1 CPD hour

Six o'clock blood result - very low haemoglobin

Module summary
Haematologists Dr James Murray, Dr Elizabeth Precious and Dr Christopher Jenkins advise on managing the low haemoglobin blood result
Learning objectives
This module will update your knowledge on how to deal with a late blood test that reveals a very low haemoglobin level, including:
  • Normal values
  • Likely causes 
  • Classifications of anaemia
  • Immediate action to take
  • When to admit the patient 

Dr James Murray is a haematology specialist registrar on the all-Wales haematology training scheme

Dr Elizabeth Precious is a CT2 doctor at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, South Wales.

Dr Christopher Jenkins is a haematology consultant and acute oncologist at the Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport

Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1 CPD hour
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
2 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Useful, informative
Nozrul Islam
very good
will keep the tables as clearly show the knowledge we used to retain
Malachy Larkin
a bit too detailed
Howard Lewis
Pranab Ray
vry helpful
Thomas Askew