This video module will explore the importance of questioning patients about dry eye in general practice. Gain a deeper understanding of the multifactorial causes of dry eye and the importance of the tear film. Recognise the different types of dry eye and appropriate ocular lubricants, and upskill to implement best practices for dry eye management.
In Australia, it is estimated that approximately 1.7 million people over the age of 18 have indicators of chronic kidney disease (CKD), with fewer than 10% of people aware they have the condition. Additionally, one in three Australian adults have risk factors for CKD. This on-demand video module highlights the importance of early screening, diagnosis and treatment of CKD with the goal of slowing the progression of this disease.
Live webinar - The importance of QoL assessment in psoriasis: When to treat and when should I refer?
Wednesday 24 August 2022, 7:00pm - 8:30pm AEST Do you consider the quality of life impacts for your patients with psoriasis? This webinar will cover the background to adult psoriasis in Australia, how to do a practical assessment of psoriasis severity, and the treatment options for psoriasis in Australia.
Conducting a review of T2D patients in primary practice: A whole-of-practice approach - On-demand webinar
In this webinar, A/Prof Ralph Audehm and senior practice nurse Shereen Faiyaz will take you through how their GP practices conduct a best-practice recall and review of their patients with T2D, using a whole-of-practice approach. We will also discuss effective management models involving medication choice based on clinical characteristics and preferences, as well as patient education on self-management and T2D therapies including injectables.
Join us as leading dermatologist, Clinical Professor Saxon Smith AM, discusses prevention, diagnosis, and management of common non-melanoma skin conditions such as solar keratosis, BCC, Bowen’s disease, SCC and photoageing. We shine a light on how to manage these conditions in general practice, or when you should refer.
As in many therapeutic areas, cultural and linguistic diversity has an impact on the recognition, diagnosis and management of dementia -- but the ‘how’, ‘why’ and ‘what to do’ for people with dementia in diverse groups can be tricky to navigate in busy primary practice. This activity explores the different clinical presentations of dementia in diverse populations, as well as the social, family and other considerations relevant to people in cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups.