Continuing Medical Education 2014-01-15T15:01:37+00:00 Dr Bridget Farham Open Journal Systems <p><strong>The future of </strong><em><strong>CME</strong></em><strong> - Changes in 2014</strong></p><p>Effective from January 2014, <em>CME</em> will be incorporated into a 'new-look' <em>South African Medical Journal </em>(available at <a title="" href="" target="_blank"></a>). A review article willintroduce readers to the educational subject matter, along with one-page summarises (in print) of additional articles that may be accessed in full online. We will continue to offer topical and up-to-date CME material. Readers are encouraged to register with <a title="" href="" target="_blank"></a> to receive future notifications of new CME material. Kindly contact <a href=""></a> should you require assistance.</p><p>CME is a medical Continuing Professional Development journal, written by South African experts for South African doctors.</p><p>Other websites related to this journal: <a title="" href="" target="_blank"></a></p> How to prevent and treat an allergic crisis: Anaphylaxis, the most serious of the allergic conditions, is a sudden, severe, potentially fatal systemic reaction. 2014-01-15T15:01:34+00:00 ME Levin No Abstract 2014-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) Raised intracranial pressure: What it is and how to recognise it 2014-01-15T15:01:34+00:00 D Roytowski A Figaji No Abstract 2014-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) Astute and safe use of topical ocular corticosteroids in general practice: Practical guidelines 2014-01-15T15:01:35+00:00 EJ van Rensburg D Meyer No Abstract 2014-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) Corneal ulcers: For the general practitioner 2014-01-15T15:01:36+00:00 S Ballim No Abstract 2014-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) Approach to upper gastrointestinal bleeding 2014-01-15T15:01:36+00:00 SR Thomson No Abstract 2014-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c)