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These audio podcasts are designed to be used by GPs and GP trainees as a learning tool.
They are intended to be relevant, accurate and accessible.
The aim is to address the clinical and ethical queries which GPs have on a daily basis.
The answers are the speakers opinions and not necessarily representative of all GPs.
There is rarely one best management alone. The discussions generally refer to options and choices rather than single correct paths.
As there are regional variations in first line prescription choices for some medical conditions, it is important to check your local formulary.
Where applicable we have endeavoured to explain that the guidance being discussed is true for Swindon PCT but may vary in other areas.
With regard to discussed practice, that quoted is the speakers practice at the time of publishing, guidance can change and the podcasts could go out of date.
For this reason, each podcast is labelled with a published date.
If you have an idea or even a question which you would like discussed then please get in touch via www.swindongpeducation.co.uk
These podcasts and references to other sites provide general information for educational purposes only. They are intended for healthcare professionals.

The target audience includes established GP's and GP trainees.

The aim is to explore management options for common presentations or challenges in General Practice, this is done using interviews, cases and summaries.

The podcasts are not designed to and do not provide patients with medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services. If you believe you have any other health problem, or if you have any questions regarding your health or a medical condition, you should promptly consult your physician or other healthcare provider. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of something you heard on this site or a linked website. You should also ask your physician or other healthcare provider to assist you in interpreting any information in this Site or in the linked websites, or in applying the information to your individual case.

There are often several valid approaches to medical cases in General practice and the outlined recordings aim to represent the general approach which may be taken rather than exclusive or exhaustive management options.

Guidance and approaches to medicine may change over time and whilst every effort is made to provide up to date, current information at the time of recording, Dr Swallow and other contributors are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you pursue following hearing these recordings.

Reliance on any information provided on this Site or any linked websites is solely at your own risk. Dr Swallow and the producers do not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, opinions or other information that may be provided on the linked websites.

Swindon GP Education Dr Jo Swallow

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These audio podcasts are designed to be used by GPs and GP trainees as a learning tool.
They are intended to be relevant, accurate and accessible.
The aim is to address the clinical and ethical queries which GPs have on a daily basis.
The answers are the speakers opinions and not necessarily representative of all GPs.
There is rarely one best management alone. The discussions generally refer to options and choices rather than single correct paths.
As there are regional variations in first line prescription choices for some medical conditions, it is important to check your local formulary.
Where applicable we have endeavoured to explain that the guidance being discussed is true for Swindon PCT but may vary in other areas.
With regard to discussed practice, that quoted is the speakers practice at the time of publishing, guidance can change and the podcasts could go out of date.
For this reason, each podcast is labelled with a published date.
If you have an idea or even a question which you would like discussed then please get in touch via www.swindongpeducation.co.uk
These podcasts and references to other sites provide general information for educational purposes only. They are intended for healthcare professionals.

The target audience includes established GP's and GP trainees.

The aim is to explore management options for common presentations or challenges in General Practice, this is done using interviews, cases and summaries.

The podcasts are not designed to and do not provide patients with medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services. If you believe you have any other health problem, or if you have any questions regarding your health or a medical condition, you should promptly consult your physician or other healthcare provider. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of something you heard on this site or a linked website. You should also ask your physician or other healthcare provider to assist you in interpreting any information in this Site or in the linked websites, or in applying the information to your individual case.

There are often several valid approaches to medical cases in General practice and the outlined recordings aim to represent the general approach which may be taken rather than exclusive or exhaustive management options.

Guidance and approaches to medicine may change over time and whilst every effort is made to provide up to date, current information at the time of recording, Dr Swallow and other contributors are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you pursue following hearing these recordings.

Reliance on any information provided on this Site or any linked websites is solely at your own risk. Dr Swallow and the producers do not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, opinions or other information that may be provided on the linked websites.

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