Understanding diagnosis and management of allergic rhinitis in children
19 June 2012Education for Health are pleased to add a new case study to our REAL website, aimed at supporting the UK respiratory nursing community to improve their confidence and competence.
New Allergic Rhinitis Case Study on our REAL website
Education for Health are pleased to add a new case study to our REAL website, aimed at supporting the UK respiratory nursing community to improve their confidence and competence.
Our new case study, Katy, has a family history of asthma, and has been suffering with a blocked and runny nose intermittently for six weeks – visitors to the website are challenged to work through the symptoms, potential treatment choices and management.
As Katy is just three, the challenges include considering the young age of the child and her increased risk of asthma in the future.
Beverley Bostock, who created some of the case studies, says it’s an exciting development in bite-sized learning. “As a hands-on clinician myself working in general practice, I know how hard it can be keeping up to date. The REAL Respiratory Clinic (http://real.educationforhealth.org) allows us to try out a case study, practice what we might do in that situation and prepare for practice in real life. Even better, we can dip in and out of the case studies as time allows. This way, learning fits into our lives, rather than our lives having to fit around our learning”.
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To support newly published government guidance, Education for Health is preparing to launch a free online educational resource specifically designed for anyone who works with children or young people with asthma.
After a great response, our popular 10% discount offer for students and alumni returns for courses starting between September and December 2014 inclusive.
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