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Mar
27

Tropical Cyclone Debbie

CKN is designed to remain operational 24/7 during extreme weather events. Even if QHEPS is temporarily unavailable at your hospital, CKN will still be accessible via the internet using a personal mobile device. If you or colleagues are not already registered for CKN mobile access, we recommend that you do so as soon as practicable.  Registering is easy and only takes a few minutes.

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Mar
23

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicine Guide - Updates

New medicine profiles added
Four new medicine profiles, crizotinib, perampanel, romidepsin and vismodegib have been added online.

New patient fact sheets added
Two patient fact sheets, lamotrigine and valproate have been added to the medicine profiles.

Neurological medicine profiles revised
All 53 neurological medicine profiles have been reviewed and updated to provide the latest information and recommendations for use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Mar
21

Therapeutic Guidelines eTG complete - Rheumatology 3

The March 2017 release of eTG complete includes a comprehensive revision of the Rheumatology topics. Advice is given on the assessment of patients presenting with musculoskeletal symptoms, including the judicious use of investigations, as well as the management of patients with confirmed diagnoses. The guidelines emphasise collaborative, multidisciplinary care of patients with rheumatological diseases. New topics give practical advice on managing analgesic and anti-inflammatory therapy and immunomodulatory therapy for rheumatological conditions.

For more information on Rheumatology 3, please click here to see What’s New brochure or visit our website at www.tg.org.au

 

Mar
2

BMJ Best Practice – New mobile app

The updated BMJ Best Practice app has a new user interface and an enhanced search available online and offline. It also takes up less space on devices. Access here. The new app is available to all Queensland Health clinicians. To download the app you will need to have a “personal account” with BMJ Best Practice. For more information, go to CKN’s Mobile Resources page.

Feb
22

DynaMed Plus outscored all point-of-care reference competitors, including UpToDate®, for overall product quality in KLAS 2016 CDS report. Again.

With any major purchase or investment in your life it’s important to do your homework. You gather information to educate and empower you to make the right purchasing decision for you, your family and your life. The common factor in these purchases? Quality. This same kind of thought process also happens inside the world of hospitals. Purchasing and investing in tools for doctors to find the right information to help treat and care for patients can be extremely overwhelming. Many of those individuals or teams that are responsible for buying these products follow the same course of action that we do as consumers when faced with a significant purchase.

Feb
9

Spotlight on JAMA Report Tutorials

The JAMA Report is a weekly video and audio new release highlighting stduies appearing in the JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), the most widely circulated medical journal in the world. The JAMA Report uses interviews with researchers and patients to summarize important findings from new research and review articles. Broadcast-quality files are made available for download free of charge along with B-roll, scripts, and other images.

Access JAMA Report tutorials here - https://www.youtube.com/user/TheJAMAReport/videos

Feb
6

Primary Clinical Care Manual 9th edition

Available now on CKN – Queensland Health’s Primary Clinical Care Manual 9th edition (PCCM) is the principal clinical reference and policy document for health professionals working in diverse and rural and remote health service settings and contains clinical guidelines and Health Management Protocols. The PCCM supports best practice in rural and remote health care.

Jan
19

Updates to the Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicines Guide

New medicine profiles added
Three new medicine profiles, aclidinium, indacaterol and umeclidinium with vilanterol have been added online.

Five new facts sheets uploaded
Agomelatine, aripiprazole, lorazepam, nortriptyline and zuclopenthixol medicine fact sheets have been added to the medicine profiles. All fact sheets aim to complement verbal counselling by health care professionals.

Anti-infective medicine profiles revised
All 128 anti-infective medicine profiles have been recently reviewed and updated to provide the latest information and recommendations for use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Dec
22

Updates to the Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicines Guide

New medicine profiles added

Three new medicine profiles dapoxetinemirabegron and tafluprost have been added online.

Eye, ear, nose and throat medicine profiles and genitourinary medicine profiles revised

All 43 eye, ear, nose and throat medicine profiles and 14 genitourinary medicine profiles have been recently reviewed and updated to provide the latest information and recommendations for use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Dec
20

BMJ Learning via CKN

BMJ Learning is moving to a new platform for integration into learning management systems. All existing trials to BMJ Learning including CKN have ceased and are being turned off.

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