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Case-Based Learning

Nocturnal enuresis

Module summary

An interactive, primary care case-based update on recent developments surrounding GP diagnosis, investigation and management of nocturnal enuresis in children.

Learning objectives

To improve your understanding of:

  • The assessment of children with nocturnal enuresis
  • Appropriate investigations
  • Conservative management
  • Alarm training
  • Pharmacotherapy options
  • When to refer

In this interactive module, you will learn as you work through real-life, primary care patient scenarios. You will be assessed before starting the module and again at the end, to gauge how your knowledge has improved.

Author

This module – developed by Pulse Learning’s team of medical writers and editors and peer reviewed by our GP advisers – was first published in February 2012. In January 2014 it was reviewed and extensively updated to include new research and recommendations and then peer reviewed by Pulse’s GP advisers again.

Date module published
17/01/2014
Module due for review
17/01/2016
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1.5 CPD hours
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
3 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Good informative module of nocturnal enuresis
Thomas Lee
08.08.2017.
useful and I liked the pre and pst test questionnaire
Richard Williamson
15.06.2017.
Good
Omid Entekhabifard
14.06.2017.
god & useful
Hussein Ali
14.03.2017.
Very good
Ash Zaidi
18.02.2017.