Here are some resources that our trainees, trainers or PDs have found useful so you may too!
If you have any additions please let us know.
Fourteen Fish – Packages currently available through the deanery.
NICE guidelines – Particularly quick reference guidelines.
Passmedicine – Practice questions and detailed answers, small cost.
InnovAIT – Monthly magazine as part of AIT RCGP subscription, also available online.
The complete CSA Casebook: 110 Role Plays and a Comprehensive Curriculum Guide. Two copies available to borrow from the PDs.
CSA Cases Workbook for the MRCGP by Welch. One copy available to borrow from the PDs.
Pennine VTS – CSA scenarios and videos.
Day to Day at Work
Clinical knowledge summaries – Summaries of the current evidence base and practical guidance on best practice in respect of over 300 common and/or significant primary care presentations.
GP notebook – An online encyclopaedia of medicine.
GP update or Hot topics courses – hand books given when attending course
Public Health England – Information on infectious diseases including school exclusion
MIMs – Database of prescription and generic drugs.
“>NICE guidelines – Particularly quick reference guidelines.
Oxford CCG – Local prescribing and other guidelines.
Patient.co.uk – Health information leaflets – sections for patients and for health professionals.
RCGP – Courses and online learning for continuing professional development
Dermnet – Pictures and facts about skin conditions.
Rape Crisis – a national charity that supports people who have experienced sexual violence
Reducing the Risk – useful information about domestic abuse and information relevant to Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
The RCGP’s Violence Against Women and Children online course for GPs and other primary care professionals to improve their recognition of and response to patients suffering from violence.
Allergy – Everything you and your patients need to know about allergy in children.
Dontforgetthebubbles.com – Aims to provide practical, high-quality paediatric educational resources for health professionals.
Paediatric Pearls – A blog to support the continuing professional development of health professionals working with children.
British Thoracic Society – Asthma guidelines
Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Guidelines – e.g. medial eligibility criteria for contraception
Family Planning Association – great contraception information leaflets