Clinical webinars and CPD: NASGP’s best-read resources 2023

18th December 2023 by NASGP

Clinical webinars and CPD: NASGP’s best-read resources 2023

From clinical updates to columns on the ‘return to normal’, our readers have been clicking left right and centre on our weekly resources this year.

As part of our digest email, we keep an eye on what you like to read during the year. Here are the top 10 best-read GP resources that we shared in our weekly members’ email digest in 2023.

At the end of the year, get your CPD hours up with our 2023 top-read articles. Record your learning after every clinical article and we’ll instantly send you an elegant PDF as a record of your CPD.

New progesterone-only pills advice (FRSH, 2022). An updated guideline from FSRH on POPs from August. (READ MORE38% click-rate

GP safeguarding spreadsheet resource – Dr Rob Howlett. Try Dr Howlett’s resource for recording learning. (READ MORE23% 

Referrals: how GP locums can minimise risks. Dr Rachel Birch highlights risks a GP locum can face in the referral process. (READ MORE21% 

Spinal metastases (Nice, Sept 2023). A new guideline on metastases and metastatic spinal cord compression; Dr Louise Hudman summarises. (READ MORE18% 

What do GP locums need to know about enhanced access? Dr Priyanka Saigal and Dr Dee Traue (MPS) explain. (READ MORE17%

Video: Infertility update for GPs – Prof Robert Winston. (READ MORE17%

It ain’t over till it’s over: a GP’s view on Covid-19. Only an incurable optimist would hope that we will be better prepared for a future pandemic. (READ MORE17%

Adult iron deficiency in GP (2023 update). A 2021 update on management of iron deficiency anaemia in adults from the BGS, the first in 10 years. (READ MORE17%

CVD risk – Nice update (May 2023). Key take-home advice from a guideline that got a flurry of media attention. (READ MORE) 17%

Four ways GP locums can cut screentime. From taking work email off phones to downloading mindfulness apps, Dr Lai and Dr Joshi suggest steps. (READ MORE) 17%

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