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28th Nov 2023
6:30 - 7:30pm (GMT)
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Join us for week 7 of the MediSurg Simplified Teaching Series, where in this session Dr Neil McAllister will cover GORD and Peptic Ulcer Disease. Covering essential features including clinical presentation, investigations, and management, this interactive session promises to engage and equip medical professionals with the tools to better recognise and manage these patients across primary and secondary care settings. Challenge yourself with the end-of-session quiz and don't miss out on this great learning opportunity.

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Join us for the 7th week of the MediSurg Simplified Teaching Series. This engaging seminar presented by Dr. Neil McAllister will focus on GORD and Peptic Ulcer Disease, covering their clinical presentation, diagnosis methods, and treatment strategies. This valuable session is designed to enhance your patient management skills in both primary and secondary care settings. The session will conclude with an interactive quiz to test your understanding. Don’t miss out on this essential medical learning opportunity.
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Learning objectives

1. By the end of the session, participants should be familiar with the clinical presentation of GORD and PUD, enabling them to identify key symptoms in real-world patient scenarios effectively. 2. Participants should be able to describe the appropriate clinical investigations needed to diagnose GORD and Peptic Ulcer Disease, emphasising the application of these procedures during patient assessment and diagnosis. 3. Attendees will understand the optimal management strategies for patients with GORD and PUD. This comprehension includes pharmacological treatment, lifestyle modifications, and when to consider surgical intervention. 4. Participants will develop the ability to differentiate between GORD and Peptic Ulcer Disease in terms of clinical presentation and potential complications, enhancing their clinical decision-making skills in real-time patient care. 5. Lastly, through participation in the end-of-session quiz, attendees should be able to self-assess their understanding and recall of the topics covered, reinforcing learning outcomes, and identifying areas for further study or clarification.
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