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From: Dr Phil Zack <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 27 June 2011 14:03
Subject: BMJ Learning - Discrimination and Diabetes



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Dear Colleague,

Do you know what constitutes unlawful discrimination in the workplace? Can discrimination ever be justified in any circumstance? Are there particular incidents that often lead to discrimination claims? To find out more, try our module on discrimination in the workplace:

Discrimination in the workplace: what it is and how to prevent it
"What an informative, absorbing module. I commend the authors"

And here are our most popular modules on diabetes for you to complete. They give an important update on a range of common dilemmas. We can give a special certificate of completion to those of you who complete them all:

Diabetes mellitus type 1: an update on diagnosis and management

Diabetes mellitus type 1: an update on screening for microvascular complications

Diabetes mellitus type 2: an update on management

Diabetes mellitus type 2: diagnosis and evaluation

Diabetic foot: diagnostic picture tests


Tip of the week: Have you used the BMJ Portfolio yet? You can track your CPD/CME free online at portfolio.bmj.com. Want to learn more about tagging your records in BMJ portfolio? Watch this short video

Best regards

Dr Phil Zack

Clinical Editor, BMJ Learning

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