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In this interview, Professor Dedee Murrell discusses the differential diagnosis of mild to moderate body psoriasis, and topical products available to help manage the condition.

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.

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.

Acute Bronchitis Infections: navigating treatment options and patient expectations

In Australia the overuse of antibiotics in managing acute upper respiratory tract infections has led to a rise in microbial resistance. In this interview Dr. Stephen Cala, a respiratory and sleep physician, discusses appropriate management plans for patients presenting with acute upper respiratory infections such as bronchitis.

healthdirect Symptom Checker

healthdirect Symptom Checker: With over 80% of Australians seeking health information online it is important that they access credible information. A National Clinical Panel describes how the healthdirect Symptom Checker is an online tool designed to assist patients in making informed health decisions at home.

Key principles in managing mild to moderate body psoriasis

Psoriasis affects approximately half a million Australians according to recent studies. In this interview, Professor Dedee Murrell discusses the differential diagnosis of mild to moderate body psoriasis, and topical products available to help manage the condition.

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.

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