Self-Care Specialists

'What should I do?' self-care programmes are a highly successful and proven method of educating the public about appropriate self-care. Working closely with PCTs, health authorities, health boards, health promotion departments and GP surgeries around the UK, 'What should I do?' products:

Promote a better understanding of how to self-treat self-limiting minor illness.

Encourage better, more informed decision-making about when to seek advice from healthcare professionals.

Help to reduce inappropriate use of the family doctor, A&E and minor injuries services.

Research

Independent research shows that 'What should I do?' self-care publications are retained and reused by up to 90% of the public who receive them for a long-term healthcare reference.

Product Selection

Our selection of products include:
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Patient Care Booklets

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Practice Brochures

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Ethnic Language Series

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Programmes

Patient self-care education programmes