Gonzalo Jacome, Senior Staff Clinician, Centre for Eye Health, UNSW discusses how general practitioners can provide effective first-line care for a range of eye conditions. Ways to diagnose eye conditions in a telehealth consultation are explored, as well as the identification of ocular emergencies and coordinating care with optometrists in glaucoma management.
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.
Select the best management options for a type 2 diabetes patient on insulin therapy in this case study quiz.
Recently published consensus statement: Practical guidance for the use of IDegAsp in type 2 diabetes
Dr Sarah Glastras provides practical advice on the usage of the insulin degludec/insulin aspart coformulation, and outlines its role in insulin initiation and intensification in light of the recently released consensus statement.
Decide on the best course of action for a patient at risk of diabetes-related retinopathy in this case study quiz.
This guide summarises key information about DR in patients with type 2 diabetes and the GP’s role in screening, management and referral.
Dr Michelle Kiley outlines the aetiology and classification of status epilepticus, a condition involving abnormally prolonged seizues, and provides guidance on its identification, possible complications and management.
This module looks at the common causes of under-diagnosis and misdiagnosis of hereditary haemochromatosis in Australia. Participants will learn how to determine when hereditary haemochromatosis should be part of their differential diagnosis. The module also covers iron study test results and how to explain these results to patients.