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COVID-19 guidance

  • Key COVID-19 guidance

    Wed, 08 Jul 2020 08:28:00 GMT

    The Guidelines team has produced the following directory of COVID-19 information and guidance for primary care. Included on this page is a collection of key guidance and advice from PHE and the NHS, as well as a list of information for specific groups from a range of professional bodies.

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Guidelines Learning module of the week—Best practice in choosing the appropriate inhaler device

Test your knowledge on choosing the appropriate inhaler device for your patient by answering a set of multiple choice questions (MCQs). The MCQs, written by Jane Scullion, relate to the articles Device selection in children and adults. and Striking a balance: device choice and therapeutic dosages.

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