Hospital doctors,Foundation doctors,Medical trainees....
Tuberculosis: putting NICE guidelines into practice
An update on the 2019 NICE guidelines for doctors working in secondary care settings.
This module forms part of the following courses:
Upon completion of this module you should be able to:
- Diagnose patients with tuberculosis
- Manage patients with tuberculosis
- Know who should be screened for tuberculosis
- Know how best to prevent tuberculosis.
Peer reviewed by:
23 Jan 2020
25 May 2011
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