Understanding Blood Results

Our ‘Understanding Blood Results’ course covers the main blood tests offered in primary care. Combining theory with case studies to provide an overview and understanding of the routine haematology and biochemistry results in order to recognise abnormalities at an early stage.


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Key course information



Image of a healthcare professional analysing a blood sample. A key outcome of the Understanding Blood Results course.This comprehensive course is designed to equip healthcare professionals in primary care with the knowledge and skills needed to interpret blood results effectively. Participants will delve into both haematology and biochemistry aspects, covering a range of common blood tests and understanding their clinical implications.

The course will include practical case studies, discussions on lifestyle factors influencing results, and provide a summary and overview of clinical resources and guidelines. By the end of the course, participants will feel confident in interpreting routine blood results and recognising abnormalities.



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Developed in line with UK National Standards and Guidelines (including those in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) and guidance from the NHS and NICE.




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