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The July-August issue of BJHM includes editorials looking at the importance of compassion for colleagues, and at the proposed changes to reform the General Medical Council’s regulation of doctors and other healthcare professionals. Our reviews cover the interpretation and management of abnormal liver blood test results in older people, ways in which day case shoulder arthroplasty can be safely performed, common haemostatic techniques used in surgery, an overview of the place of the D-dimer test and a look at the anatomy features and management of compression neuropathies of the forearm.
Our education and training update discusses whether simulation-based education improves patient safety, and the issue also contains a quality improvement article which outlines efficiency changes in orthopaedic trauma surgery.
Online, we include additional Doctors in Training articles on topical treatments in dermatology, an overview of patella dislocation and a look at how to optimise the educational opportunities for trainees during the pandemic and moving forward.
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