PBSGL Module Production Plans for 2021-2022 and module due to be published in the coming months
PBSGL Module Production Plans for 2021-2022 and module due to be published in the coming months`14/01/2021
The pandemic continues to create challenges to module production, including increased clinical commitments and the competing responsibilities of work and home schooling. As such we will produce a core set of four new modules (listed below) with a reserve list that can be reviewed if capacity increases.
1. Infant feeding problems (e.g. reflux and milk allergies)
2. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. These conditions have a significant effect on health, but there remains controversy about nomenclature, diagnosis and treatment, and the evidence base for these
3. Short cases in diet: including B12 deficiency, cow's milk allergy in children, Vitamin D, and management of pre-diabetes
4. Dizziness in adults
Happily we already have 9 modules currently in production which will be published over the course of this year.
Thyroid problems in adults
Cervical screening: a primary care concern
Tick-borne Diseases in the UK
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Chronic Kidney Disease
Pre-hospital care of acture emergency
Managing abnormal haematology
For modules due to be removed from the website, please see - CPD Connect incl. PBSGL Scotland - PBSGL modules removed from the website on 31st January 2021 (nhs.scot)