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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...
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...
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...
This two-part activity provides education on the various long-acting buprenorphine formulations available in Australia, followed by a practical exercise where the learner goes through the steps of assessing...
In this clinical audit, you will conduct Heart Health Checks for your patients, providing comprehensive cardiovascular risk assessments and developing ongoing management plans involving pharmacological and...

This clinical audit aims to improve the management of patients with iron deficiency following oral or IV iron supplementation.

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

This advanced course 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.

Providing effective eye care and referrals in general practice

Gonzalo Jacome, Senior Staff Clinician, Centre for Eye Health, UNSW discusses how general practitioners can provide effective first-line care for a range of eye conditions. Ways to diagnose eye conditions in a telehealth consultation are explored, as well as the identification of ocular emergencies and coordinating care with optometrists in glaucoma management.

Haemochromatosis: 2. Is it really haemochromatosis? Diagnosis and misdiagnosis

This module provides an overview of hereditary haemochromatosis and the symptoms of iron overload. Participants will gain an understanding of how to interpret iron study results, and how to determine when genetic testing is warranted. The module also covers how to access the therapeutic venesection service offered by the Australian Red Cross Blood Service.

Haemochromatosis: 3. Therapeutic venesection for haemochromatosis

In this module, participants will learn about appropriate induction and maintenance venesection schedules for patients with hereditary haemochromatosis, as well as circumstances that warrant referral to a specialist. Participants will also learn how to access the Australian Red Cross Blood Service (ARCBS) High Ferritin app, and how to use it to screen patients for their eligibility to access therapeutic venesection. The module also looks at how to access local alternatives to the ARCBS therapeutic venesection service.

Common eye conditions

This module looks at the symptoms and management of common causes of vision loss and common eye conditions. Participants will learn how to ensure patient safety and eye health by identifying those at risk and by appropriately referring to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. The module includes targeted information about eye health in specific patient groups, including elderly patients and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, refugee, and CALD populations.

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.

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