This module explores the latest evidence-based approach to the management of Parkinson's disease, dystonia and essential tremor, with a focus on the role of deep brain stimulation in the treatment of...
This second module on ME/CFS provides detail on making a differential diagnosis, the non-core symptoms of ME/CFS, management in specific populations, and the development of a patient-centred treatment plan.
By 2022, it is estimated that 6.2 million Australians older than 50 years of age will have osteoporosis or osteopenia, placing them at high risk of minimal trauma fracture. This program aims to support identification, evaluation and treatment of patients at high risk of osteoporotic fracture.
Metformin is an integral part of glycaemic management in T2D, and is recommended as first-line therapy in Australian and international guidelines. This module outlines the person-centred use of metformin in primary care using a case study approach, and explores considerations around the use of pharmacotherapy in T2D patients with renal impairment.
Osteoarthritis is a chronic, progressive condition with no cure, and it is the most common diagnosis leading to hip and knee replacement surgery in Australia. Join Australian rheumatologist and world osteoarthritis expert Professor David Hunter, and senior clinical physiotherapist Carin Pratt as they guide you through best practice diagnosis and management of osteoarthritis in this on-demand webinar.
Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) affects approximately one in four women of menstrual age, and can have significant impact on their physical, social, emotional and/or material quality of life. This activity outlines the accurate assessment and diagnosis of HMB, and explores the hormonal, non-hormonal and surgical options available for patients.
Fibre is an essential nutrient for health, but most Australians are not meeting their daily recommended fibre intake, with only 28% of adults consuming an adequate amount of fibre each day. General practitioner Dr Sam Hay discusses ways to help support your patients.
This GP-led, on-demand advanced course, supported by diabetes specialists, will provide practical guidance on the role and implementation of insulin in the contemporary management of diabetes in the primary care space.
Behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) can lead to quality of life impacts in not only the individual with dementia, but also others around them. This module explores the assessment of BPSD using the ABC (antecedent, behaviour, consequence) model, and discusses the management of BPSD using pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods as well as the management of comorbid conditions associated with dementia.