Best Practice Journal Issue 73 Now Online
This edition is a summary of our main articles from 2015. We have highlighted essential practice points and key clinical messages for 21 topics.
There are approximately 165,000 health “apps” currently on the market for mobile phone users.
Travel consultations involve assessing the risks that may occur during a journey and helping the traveller minimise them.
Young people experience a variety of mental health conditions.
The management of type 2 diabetes is multi-faceted. Following diagnosis, patients require education to self-manage...
Where is my BPJ?!
Many of you will have noticed that you have not received a printed copy of Best Practice Journal Issue 71 and 72...
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Reading Best Practice Journal just got better!
Reading Best Practice Journal is now a RNZCGP endorsed Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity.
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Thinking of postgraduate study in 2016?
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A farewell to Best Tests, for now.
The July 2015 edition of Best Tests concludes our contract to provide laboratory test utilisation education to general practitioners in New Zealand.
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Important message to readers. As a result of a change in funding arrangements there will be some differences to Best Practice
Journal over the coming months. The Best Practice Journal will continue to be freely available online, but there will be changes to the hard
copy version between now and June, 2015.
During this period of time we will be assessing the demand for retaining a print edition of BPJ, and investigating options for funding this.
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Peer Group Discussions
In an ongoing series,
we look back at the key messages and practice points from selected articles in Best Practice Journals.