Urinary tract infections are frequently seen in primary care. What may seem initially a simple diagnosis, can be quite complex.
This course explains the importance and appropriateness of diagnostics and offers advice on how to assess and treat patients with a range of urinary symptoms. It encourages reflection on how to minimise antibiotic resistance and offers ‘real-life’ cases.
This course has been developed in partnership with the Public Health England's Primary Care Unit. It was funded by an educational grant from Public Health England.
Start Urinary Tract Infections: A Primary Care Puzzle
Time to complete this course: 1.5 hours
Date of publication: February 2013
Reviewed and updated: April 2021