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This module provides crucial information on the primary care response to COVID-19, incorporating practical recommendations from the Department of Health, World Health Organisation, RACGP and other leading...
This module aims to educate GPs about the broad issues about opioid use in society, as well as how to confidently and responsibly manage chronic non-cancer pain using an individualised sociopsychobiomedical...
Biosimilar medicines are becoming increasingly available in Australia, but misconceptions surrounding them exist among both patients and prescribers.
Join international expert Prof Kamlesh Khunti and two local experts, A/Prof Marg McGIll and Dr Gary Deed in an engaging, interactive, on-demand webinar experience – customised for you.
Sun damage caused by ultraviolet radiation is linked to a number of common conditions such as solar keratosis, skin cancer, and photoaging. This module looks at the prevention, diagnosis, and management of...
This module provides practical guidance in the management of epilepsy in patients with specific needs, such as children, adolescents and women planning pregnancy, as well as patients with stable epilepsy, and...

COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness rapidly spreading in Australia and internationally, and primary care is at the forefront of patient screening, diagnosis and management. This continuously updating module provides crucial information on the primary care response to this disease, incorporating practical recommendations from the Department of Health, World Health Organisation, RACGP and other leading bodies.

Responsible prescribing of opioids for chronic non-cancer pain as part of a multimodal approach

Non-drug and non-opioid therapies should be implemented as the first-line approach to care in patients with chronic non-cancer pain. Only when these approaches have been ineffective, opioid therapies may be considered in a select group of patients as outlined in current Australian guidelines. This module aims to educate GPs about the broad issues about opioid use in society, as well as how to confidently and responsibly manage chronic non-cancer pain using an individualised sociopsychobiomedical approach.

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