This summary provides guidance on the management of staff and patients in health and social care settings according to exposures, symptoms, and test results.
2020-04-07T15:14:00+01:00By Professor Trisha Greenlagh
COVID-19 creates an unprecedented situation. Many GP practices are considering introducing video consultations as a matter of urgency to reduce risk of contagion.
This summary provides comprehensive guidance about influenza immunisation for public health professionals.
This concise and useful summary of PHE guidance covers PHE monitoring of women vaccinated in pregnancy or shortly before conception.
This concise and useful summary of PHE guidance covers key points for primary care, effective commissioning, and supporting people to stop smoking.
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This CPD activity consists of five MCQs designed to test your knowledge on medications and their effects on oral health
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