This 1.5-hour educational module explores how to identify affected patients with a family history of cancer and provides an overview of how Familial Cancer Centres can assist these patients through genetic...
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...

Long-acting injectable buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid dependence

Module 1 of 2: 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 dependence (MATOD) and the benefits of opioid agonist treatment including long-acting injectable buprenorphine (LAIB) products.

Practical use of long-acting injectable buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid dependence

Module 2 of 2: This two-part activity provides education on the various long-acting buprenorphine (LAIB) formulations available in Australia, followed by a practical exercise where the learner goes through the steps of assessing whether a patient is suitable for LAIB treatment, and discusses with them how treatment may help them achieve their goals.

Dementia in primary care: Recognising and managing behavioural and psychological symptoms and physical comorbidities

Behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) can lead to quality of life impacts in not only the individual with dementia, but also others around them. This module explores the assessment of BPSD using the ABC (antecedent, behaviour, consequence) model, and discusses the management of BPSD using pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods as well as the management of comorbid conditions associated with dementia.

Ensuring a patient-centred approach to care for people living with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)

Module 2 of a 2-part series: Providing care for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) requires a patient-centred approach with a focus on quality of life and incorporating the multidisciplinary team. This second module on ME/CFS provides detail on making a differential diagnosis, the non-core symptoms of ME/CFS, management in specific populations, and the development of a patient-centred treatment plan.

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.

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