In 2013 we published an article entitled “Best tests?” (Best Tests 18; Feb, 2013).
In this article we challenged clinicians to consider whether they could...
Hereditary haemochromatosis is the most common genetic disease in European populations. It is an autosomal recessive disorder...
The New Zealand Laboratory Schedule provides clinicians with consistent guidance when considering requesting laboratory tests.
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A new feature is now available for all website users.
"Build My bpac" gives you the ability to create your own personalised booklet using content from our published articles.
Log in, and start building!.
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.
Read more about the changes
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Prescribers can log-in to My bpac (or create a free
account) to access individual prescribing or laboratory testing reports.
Once you have logged-in, click on “My documents” in your account dashboard to see your available reports.
New Dabigatran - An Update
Bpacnz has now published a quick guide for clinicians and parents to encourage swallowing of pills and capsules in children.
This guide is available to download, and can be used as a take-home resource.
Encouraging children to swallow tablets or capsules
Peer Group Discussions
In an ongoing series,
we look back at the key messages and practice points from selected articles in Best Practice Journals.