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In part 3 of our Women's Health Series Dr. Helena Frawley explores how to approach the optimal first-line management strategies for women experiencing incontinence in the pre and postnatal periods.

In part 2 of our Chronic Disease Series, Associate Professor Craig Nelson explores the principles for managing a patient's absolute cardiovascular risk

Watch Part 1 of our Intellectual Disability Series. This video discusses access to health services for people with intellectual disability.

Refresh your knowledge of the diagnosis and management of whooping cough in general practice.

Measure the patient factors that affect compliance to medication in 10 of your patients.

Learn about healthy eating patterns for the different life stages.

Bladder and bowel control in the pre and postnatal periods

Bowel and bladder problems in the child bearing years are highly prevalent, effecting up to 30% of women. In this interview, Dr. Helena Frawley explores how to approach the optimal first-line management strategies for women experiencing incontinence in the pre and postnatal periods.

Chronic Kidney Disease and cardiovascular risk reduction

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) continues to be a major burden of chronic diseases managed in our practices. Associate Professor Craig Nelson, Renal Physician discusses a patient's absolute risk of a cardiovascular event with CKD, known risk factors and how to calculate a figure that can be discussed in managing that risk down.

Promoting awareness of factors that affect fertility in primary care

An estimated 9% of couples at any given time experience infertility, causing an extent of personal suffering amongst our patients. Participate in this activity to explore the links between age and lifestyle factors for improving fertility and pregnancy outcomes. The module will guide you through when and how to discuss a patient’s fertility goals to establish a reproductive life plan.

Accessing care for a patient with Intellectual Disability (ID)

A consumer of health services for people with intellectual disability, describes what he likes about his GP, the characteristics of a good visit to the GP for himself and his family and what he thinks the Emergency Department and the hospital wards do well for people with intellectual disability.This video is Part 4 of an Intellectual Disability Series.

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