This CPD module takes a look at atrial fibrillation, how to detect and manage the condition to prevent further health issues.
This module aims to provide an overview of the current management of atrial fibrillation (AF).
After reading this module, pharmacy technicians will be able to:
- Describe the key symptoms of AF
- Explain the role of anticoagulation in preventing AF-related stroke
- Understand how both stroke and bleeding risk are determined in a patient with AF.
More like this
Patient safety: part eight
The eighth and final module in this series looks at the second victim phenomenon, in conjunction with CPPE.
2 Min Module
Reducing cardiovascular risk
This module provides an overview of the current NICE guidelines for lipid modification in reducing cardiovascular risk.
4 Min Module
Helping others learn: part one
This CPPE module is about helping others learn and will highlight the importance of work-based learning.
900 Min Module
Managing dry eye and blepharitis
Discover the link between dry eye and blepharitis and learn how to help customers effectively manage these conditions.
600 Min Module
The person behind the patient
This interactive video will introduce three patients with erection problems (EPs) and ask you to work out what the causes might be and how you can help.
300 Min Module
Managing heartburn and indigestion in the pharmacy
Learn how to identify and help customers manage heartburn and indigestion, from recommending the right products to ease symptoms, to self-care advice and identifying red flags for referral
22 Min Module
7 steps to tackling children's allergy
Work through this new-style module to increase your confidence in reassuring parents of children with allergies, and know what advice and products to recommend
21 Min Module