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13.01.17: The NMC will reinvest an annual £6m in savings from changes to the fitness to practice (FtP) process in 'essential programmes'
28.12.16: GPs should offer a course of leukotriene receptor antagonists (LTRA) instead of a combination inhaler when stepping up asthma control, recommends NICE in draft guidance.
16.12.16: The University of Gloucestershire will be a test site for nursing apprenticeships from September 2017, it has been announced today (16 December).
21.12.16: Scrapping the nursing bursary in England has led to a drop in applications for 2017, raising concerns for the workforce.
11.01.17: Antidepressant use nearly doubles the risk of hip fracture among people with Alzheimer’s disease in a community setting, according to a new study from Finland.

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What to consider when dealing with patients with dermatological complaints
Margaret Stubbs
What are the risk factors for diabetes? What can we change and what has to be managed?
Sandra Lawton
Topical corticosteroids (TCS) are the first choice for many inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and for may patients and health care professionals (HCP) there is a fear and confusion about their use, side effects and long-term use. This is commonly known as ‘steroid phobia”.
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