Learn how to take a systematic approach to diagnosis, investigation, referral and ongoing management of oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers. This module also includes a video demonstration from head and neck surgeon A/Prof Richard Gallagher on how to examine the oral cavity, oropharynx, and neck.
Based on current Australian guidelines, this activity covers best practice diagnostic and management principles for asthma, strategies for preventative care and reducing the risk of hospitalisation, and real-world tips for making the most of your consultation time with a patient.
ME/CFS is a complex, chronic, debilitating disease with systemic effects, which is estimated to affect up to 250,000 Australians. This module aims to educate GPs and others working in the primary care space about our evolving understanding of ME/CFS as an illness, and looks at some of the myths surrounding diagnosis and treatment.
Symptoms of lung cancer are often vague and can be overlooked, however, early and rapid investigation and referral is necessary for optimal patient outcomes. How can we give ourselves the best chance of identifying possible lung cancer in our busy primary care practice?
Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and flash glucose monitoring (Flash GM) are new technologies that can assist in achieving effective glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes. This module explores the role of CGM and Flash GM in providing effective diabetes care, and provides guidance on interpreting glucose profiles and setting personalised targets.
Work your way through a case study of a hypothetical patient with COPD in this case study quiz, and test your knowledge on the latest recommendations in COPD management.
Timely intensification of glucose-lowering medications to achieve target HbA1c is a key aspect of type 2 diabetes management. This program aims to support initiation or intensification of insulin therapy for patients who are currently not at their target HbA1c.
As in many therapeutic areas, cultural and linguistic diversity has an impact on the recognition, diagnosis and management of dementia -- but the ‘how’, ‘why’ and ‘what to do’ for people with dementia in diverse groups can be tricky to navigate in busy primary practice. This activity explores the different clinical presentations of dementia in diverse populations, as well as the social, family and other considerations relevant to people in cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups.