Keep up to date with hayfever and other allergic conditions with MIMS Learning

As hayfever season approaches, MIMS Learning offers a way to refresh your knowledge of allergic conditions.

Brush up your knowledge of hayfever with MIMS Learning. | iStock/Kontrec
Brush up your knowledge of hayfever with MIMS Learning. | iStock/Kontrec

To ensure that you're well-placed to advise patients with allergic seasonal rhinitis and other allergic conditions, MIMS Learning provides a learning plan worth a suggested 7.25 CPD credits.

This plan features a clinical review of hayfever by Dr Glenis Scadding, consultant physician in allergy and rhinology at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, covering making the diagnosis, allergen avoidance, pharmacotherapy and immunotherapy.

Other articles in the plan cover the latest NICE guidelines on food allergy, the management of atopic eczema in children, managing urticaria and dealing with anaphylaxis.

MIMS Learning features 550+ clinical education modules tailored to GPs’ learning needs, worth over 400 CPD credits, and a CPD organiser integrated with the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs.

For more details on what’s included in an annual subscription to MIMS Learning, visit the membership page.

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