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This series of podcasts aims to provide general practitioners (GPs) and other healthcare professionals with the latest clinically relevant information and opinions from experts in T2DM about the appropriate management of patients with T2DM in primary care, particularly regarding insulin therapy.
Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in Australia and is significantly underdiagnosed, but increased testing and targeted management can improve outcomes. A/Prof Ralph Audehm discusses the proactive identification of patients who may be iron deficient, and outlines useful management methods involving education, diet and iron supplementation.
General practitioner A/Prof Christopher Pearce outlines how GPs can personalise asthma care to best suit each person's circumstances, and discusses the role of self-management and how to communicate effectively with patients including young children.
Specialist sleep physician Dr David Cunnington discusses the ways sleep disorders can be effectively assessed and managed in the primary care setting. The investigation of possible comorbid illnesses is outlined, as well the appropriate use of pharmacological and non-pharmacological strategies.
Full-body skin checks are vital to timely identification of skin cancers. A/Prof Saxon Smith demonstrates how to conduct a full-body skin check in your practice, and provides practical tips on areas to watch out for.
A/Prof Shilpanjali Jesudason, nephrologist and Clinical Director of Kidney Health Australia, discusses the latest developments in the identification and management of chronic kidney disease in Australian primary care incorporating recommendations from the fourth edition of the 'CKD Management in Primary Care' handbook.
Julia Ovens, an HR professional living with asthma, describes her experience living with asthma and discusses the ways medical practitioners can develop a more patient-centric approach to asthma management.