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Newsletter: Clinical decision support across the NHS in England Newsletter (Aug 2020)
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Health Literacy Month is an international campaign promoting the importance of understandable health information. Health literacy refers to the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence to use health information and make health-related decisions. Improving health literacy has the potential to improve patient health outcomes, reduce the risk of health problems and health inequalities arising from miscommunication.
BMJ Best Practice supports the improvement of health literacy by providing evidence-based clinical information. Key resources to support health literacy include:
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A visual guide to your first day as a junior doctor with the support of BMJ Best Practice.
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BMJ Best Practice provides comprehensive support to all NHS healthcare professionals in your institution throughout the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As well as information on diagnosis and management of COVID-19, you have access to the latest news, comment, and research from BMJ. All available resources are updated daily.
For further resources, please visit the BMJ COVID-19 hub.
To support you getting started with BMJ Best Practice, please watch the introductory webinar or download our training slides.
If you would like to discuss your training needs, please contact Ali Boukabache, BMJ’s Training Manager – email@example.com.