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Accredited Learning Module (ALM)

Our 5 or 6-hour online ALMs provide GPs with the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes in a range of topics relevant to general practice.
Each ALM is accredited as an RACGP Accredited CPD (Category 1) activity and worth 40 RACGP CPD points and the listed number of ACRRM PDP hours.

Rethinking first injectable therapies in type 2 diabetes: A practical approach

This accredited learning module explores how to initiate injectable therapy in a patient with type 2 diabetes who remains above their glycaemic target despite taking dual or triple oral therapy. The activity works through 3 in-depth case-studies: a patient with uncomplicated T2D, a patient with ASCVD risk, and a patient with established ASCVD.

Haemochromatosis: Preventing harm caused by iron overload with timely diagnosis and best practice management

Haemochromatosis is the most common genetic disorder in Caucasian people of northern European descent, with signs and symptoms that are highly variable. Living with haemochromatosis is an individual journey that requires consistent, medically supported self-management strategies guided by a positive attitude and awareness of their condition to achieve optimal disease management. This activity aims to educate GPs about the genetic cause of hereditary haemochromatosis and management techniques such as therapeutic venesection.

Diagnosis and management of chronic heart failure in general practice

Heart failure is a significant health issue in Australia, with complex diagnostic and management methods that must be tailored to each patient. This ALM comprehensively covers the many stages of heart failure management including the identification of risk factors, diagnosis and investigations, pharmacological and non-pharmacological management, management of progression and comorbidities, the use of implantable devices and end-of-life care, and multidisciplinary care programs.

Essential epilepsy: from presentation and referral to regular review

Epilepsy is a complex condition requiring ongoing care, and GPs must be aware of the long-term needs of the patient and the role of the multidisciplinary team in ensuring the patient maintains their quality of life. This three-part ALM provides comprehensive education on the initial assessment, identification and management of epilepsy, as well as the management of complex cases of epilepsy involving specific needs, and includes a patient review exercise to support specialist referral.

GP ALM and Allied Health Skills: Developmental disorders in young people

This activity seeks to educate health professionals on issues surrounding the identification and support of young people with developmental disabilities, along with their mental health care. Utilising a number of case studies, ways of offering the best possible evidence-based care for young people in an effective and inclusive manner are explored.

GP ALM and Allied Health Skills: Youth AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) and sexual health

This activity seeks to educate health professionals on issues surrounding alcohol and other drug use and sexual health in youth, as well as their mental health implications. Utilising a number of case studies, ways of offering the best possible evidence-based care for young people in an effective and inclusive manner are explored.

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