Implementing an Innovative Lipid Management Technique Using siRNA LDL-C Lowering Therapy: Lessons Learned in an NHS Primary Care Practice With Worked Case Examples

CONCLUSIONS: Enhanced lipid management as a secondary prevention measure is achievable in line with national guidance and objectives. The methodology and education/training processes used in combination with reconstructing the management process can help practice staff realize the program benefits, which in turn can lead to a shift in behavior where all staff embed manual case-finding of high-risk patients into everyday consultations and reviews; enabling rapid identification of eligible patients. Taking a multi-disciplinary, holistic approach to new initiatives reduces service burden, particularly for GPs. Leveraging resources from the AHSN and others removes additional training pressures often associated with new initiatives and provides a wealth of educational material to support primary care MDT upskilling.PMID:37191000 | DOI:10.1177/21501319231172709
Source: Primary Care - Category: Primary Care Authors: Source Type: research