In this webinar, Associate Professor Michael Woodward, Professor Grant Waterer and GP Dr Victoria Hayes explain the risk of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in people aged 60 and above
In this clinical audit you will conduct a review of patients with pancreatic exocrine insufficiency (PEI) who are currently receiving PERT (pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy), in order to assess their...
In this clinical audit you will review the management of patients with type 2 diabetes and overweight or obesity.
Review your management of patients with HFrEF (heart failure with reduced ejection fraction) in this clinical audit, and update their treatment to be in line with latest recommendations including the "four...
Liver disease now affects up to 3 of every 10 Australian adults. Primary liver cancer is the most rapidly rising cause of cancer death. Health promotion, prevention, proactive case-finding, early...
This learning module explores the nature of opioid dependence and the diagnostic criteria for opioid use disorder, then outlines the use of pharmacotherapies in medication assisted treatment of opioid...

Practice points: Keeping up with antiviral treatments for COVID-19 management in the community: an interactive conversation

Develop a practical understanding of the evolving role of oral antiviral therapy in the management of COVID-19 in this brand new education activity, with an opportunity to review your knowledge through a series of case studies.

On-demand MEDTalks: Navigating the changing landscape of pneumococcal disease in Australia

Across four short, sharp and topical MEDTalks, a vibrant, passionate panel of GPs and a vaccine expert will outline key issues in primary care, relevant pneumococcal serotypes in Australia and considerations when choosing from vaccines that are now available. Finally, a lively panel Q&A will leave you with practical tips for the optimal prevention of this disease in your at-risk patients.

Heart failure in general practice: Putting latest recommendations into practice advanced course

The new 2022 Australian consensus statement on heart failure has brought significant changes to how general practitioners should manage this condition. In this advanced course you will understand how to classify HF into heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF), heart failure with mildly reduced ejection fraction (HFmrEF) or heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).

Pages