1 Hour Education Modules
Our 1 hour Education Modules cover a range of therapeutic areas and are quick and easy to complete anytime, anywhere. You will receive a certificate for completing any of these education activities. CatCPD points are also available.
This module outlines the identification and risk factors for of recurrent UTIs, and describes the appropriate usage of antibiotic and non-antibiotic prophylaxis methods in line with the latest Australian and international guidelines to effectively minimise the risk of recurrence while maintaining safety.
This module aims to help GPs assess older patients for appropriate insomnia treatments, and uses an in-depth case study to guide health practitioners through the stepped care model for insomnia treatment.
This education discusses the detection of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in general practice. Staging of CKD is discussed and action plans for each stage are outlined.
Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease and approximately 1/3 of all people with diabetes will have Diabetic Kidney Disease (DKD).
Late effects of polio include post-polio syndrome and symptoms such as residual weakness, musculoskeletal imbalance, growth retardation or skeletal deformities in affected limbs, respiratory insufficiency and cold intolerance due to circulatory disturbances. Many patients living with the late effects of polio are unaware that their current presenting symptoms could be related to their initial polio infection. This module aims to educate GPs on the late effects of polio and how to identify and support affected patients.
Paediatric neuromuscular disorders can greatly impact quality of life, and delays in diagnosis can result in poor prognosis compared to early intervention. This module aims to increase knowledge on paediatric NMDs and their associated red flags for referral, and understand the role of the GP in the management of the patient.
Diabetes doesn't stop for a pandemic. This on-demand webinar will outline pragmatic ways that GPs play crucial roles in proactively managing diabetes during this pandemic. The presenters will show how to identify diabetes 'red flags' during this pandemic, and provide simple steps, resources and tips that will promote optimal diabetes patient health and address individual patient risks.
Diabetes is one of the most common chronic conditions in Australia today, and its management relies upon effective glycaemic control to minimise the risk of complications. This module aims to improve GP understanding of how to optimise insulin in type 2 diabetes.