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Training clinicians in the management of multimorbidity

By Susan Smith

In considering designing appropriate interventions to improve outcomes for patients with multimorbidity, we are beginning to look at ways of training clinicians in the management of these patients. Our specific intervention is being directed towards GPs or family practitioners. Is anyone aware of any training materials that have been or are being developed for training clinicians? We may focus it around improved medicines management but could also look at case based learning. I would really welcome any comments from others working in the field.

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    Gill Combes
    July 29, 2015 - 8:36 am | Permalink

    Hi Susan,
    I’ve just come across your query about training for GPs from a few years ago – I was wondering if you have taken this forward or not? I’m working with a collorative group across Keele, Birmingham, Warwick and Plymouth Univeristies in the UK to develop and trial an educational intervention for primary care management of multimorbidity, so it may be worth us talking?
    Gill

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