Pick Me Up Article

September 2022

Daily Mirror Article

September 2022 

It's essential to control your cholesterol if you want a healthy heart and body. Dr Jim Moore, PCCS President and general practitioner, responds to the most frequently Googled questions regarding cholesterol as part of an article for Pick Me Up. 

In an online advertorial for the Daily Mirror, Dr Jim Moore, President PCCS, explains what cholesterol is and provides guidance on how to maintain heart health. 

Nursing in Practice Article

July 2022

Pulse Article

May 2022

Beverley Bostock, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, explains the criteria for identifying and diagnosing non-valvular atrial fibrillation and provides a rationale for the treatment and ongoing management of the condition in this Nursing in Practice CPD module on improving detection and management of atrial fibrillation. The full module can be found on the Nursing in Practice Learning website.

As part of a clinical and education article for Pulse, Professor Ahmet Fuat and Dr Paul Ferenc answer crucial concerns about anticoagulation management in general practice and discuss the preferred choice of anticoagulant in patients with NVAF.

Good Housekeeping Article

February 2022

Practice Nurse Article

April 2022

Dr Sarah Jarvis spoke to Dr Jim Moore, PCCS President, as part of an article for Good Housekeeping on taking control of your wellbeing as we enter the new year. Dr Moore discusses the importance of home blood pressure monitoring – especially if you or anyone in your home has been diagnosed with high blood pressure (hypertension).

Dr Jim Moore, PCCS President, spoke to Mandy Galloway, Editor at the Practice Nurse, about the importance of healthcare practices to prioritise the early diagnosis and management of hypertension, which were adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss the recent updates to NICE guidelines for people with and without a history of cardiovascular disease.

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