GPs,GP trainees,Practice nurses....
Quick tips: head lice
In this quick tips video module, Dr Ian Burgess gives a step-by-step guide to the detection of head lice, and an update on current treatment strategies.
Upon completion of this module you should know:
- How to advise parents on detecting head lice
- The myths surrounding management of head lice
- The most effective ways to treat head lice.
Ian F. Burgess
Peer reviewed by:
Harsh Duggal, Adrian Raby
06 Jul 2015
Editorially reviewed date
05 Jun 2018
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