• Family Medicine Resources

    PCI seeks to strengthen Family Medicine worldwide.  This website provides resources for family medicine clinicians including clinical update e-learning modules complemented by practical evidence based ‘field guides’.  The current resource series focuses on diagnosis and management of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) including relevant clinical and non clinical topics.

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    You can access these resources by taking out a 12 month subscription which includes:

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      Clinical Updates

      The NCD/Family Medicine Clinical Updates are online learning case-based modules for family medicine clinicians, published monthly and focussing on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and comorbidities.

       


    • Field Guides

      The ‘field guides’ are pragmatic evidence-based guides that help clinicians apply national clinical guidelines.

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      Learning Community

      Join with peers to discuss, share experiences and learn together. Community engagement lead Dr Camille Gajria is available to discuss any questions with you and help to link you into our growing family medicine e-community.

  • Primary Care International

    Primary Care International (PCI) is uniquely placed to deliver strategic support and professional development, to strengthen the provision of family medicine around the world.

    Founded by Red Whale | GP Update, one of the UK’s leading providers of medical education in primary care, we help healthcare providers increase quality and manage costs by bridging the gap between theory and practice.

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  • NCD (Family Medicine) Clinical Updates

    Join our growing community of global family medicine clinicians by taking out a subscription to 12 updates to refresh and update your knowledge  Each update module includes a case-study, where you can consider the decision making process making notes as you go, and test your clinical knowledge with the multi-choice quiz.

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