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...

On-demand webinar: Exploring diagnosis and management of heart failure in preserved ejection fraction

Hosted by Dr Shane Nanayakkara (interventional, structural and heart failure cardiologist) and A/Prof Ralph Audehm (General Practitioner), this on-demand webinar describes the diagnostic process in HFpEF and explores differences between the management of HFpEF and heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF).

On-demand webinar - Herpes zoster in older people: Opportunities for prevention

In this on-demand webinar, Dr Anita Sharma discusses the risk of shingles (herpes zoster) and its complications in individuals aged 50 years and over, with a focus on how that risk is influenced by advancing age and common chronic conditions. Current Australian recommendations for shingles vaccination will be discussed, alongside a review of the shingles vaccines available in Australia.1 GPs will be invited to consider how they might improve shingles vaccine uptake among patients 50 years and older in their practice.

On-demand webinar: Take to heart - The absolute risk reduction approach to preventing ASCVD

Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) is largely preventable with a number of modifiable clinical factors accounting for the majority of risk. The absolute risk approach is potentially more than twice as effective at reducing death from coronary heart disease as the individual risk factor approach. In this on-demand module, A/Prof Ralph Audehm outlines how you can implement the absolute risk approach in your practice, including use of Heart Health Checks.

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