Thursday 16 September 2021, 7pm AEST 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 and give you an opportunity to ask your questions.
While osteoporosis is a common condition affecting over 1 million Australians, there is persisting under-investigation and under-treatment of patients at risk of fracture. This activity explores the timely identification and effective management of osteoporosis, utilising latest recommendations from the 2021 Position Statement on the Management of Osteoporosis.
Choose the best investigation and management options for a patient experiencing chronic headache in the case study quiz.
This case-based webinar explores a more patient-centric approach to depression management, involving tailoring depression treatment to each patient. We discuss how to enhance efficacy of antidepressant treatment while minimising side effects, as well as initiatives to improve adherence to increase the likelihood of treatment success.
Parkinson's disease is the second most common neurological condition in Australia, and effective management requires a multidisciplinary team approach involving pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. 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 neurological symptoms and new advances in this therapy.
Migraine is the most common cause of headache presentations to general practice, and has significant personal and social costs. This on-demand webinar explores the changing treatment paradigm for migraine in light of precision medicine and the development of CGRP monoclonal antibodies, and explores how we can develop a new holistic, preventive approach to migraine management.
Integrated multidisciplinary approaches with an emphasis on non-drug therapies are key to the management of chronic non-cancer pain. In this module, participants will learn about implementing non-invasive non-drug therapies in primary care, as well as the role of interventional procedures in chronic pain management.
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an increasingly prevalent condition in Australia, and GPs can play a key role in its identification and management through early diagnosis and action. This module explores how to identify risk factors and make a diagnosis of MCI, and outlines the effective development of treatment plans for MCI in primary care.