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BMJ Learning - British Medical Learning

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Through interactive case histories, learn how to diagnose and manage idiopathic constipation, and how to assess and manage nocturnal enuresis, in children and young people.

After completing this module you should:

  • Be able to diagnose and manage idiopathic constipation in children and young people (up to 19 years) according to recent guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
  • Know the red flag symptoms and signs in constipation that will lead you to refer patients to a specialist
  • Be able to assess and manage nocturnal enuresis in children and young people according to recent NICE guidelines
  • Know the indications for specialist referral in children and young people with nocturnal enuresis.

Category Value
Credit type Credit
Registration with provider required Yes
Certificate available Yes
Author(s) BMJ Learning with NICE
Multi session No
Intended audience(s) General Practitioner, Medical Doctor, Specialist, Medical Student

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