Immunisation is one of the most effective public health initiatives, yet there are many misconceptions and uncertainties regarding it in the community. This activity provides an update on current immunisation practices and ways to discuss the topic with patients.
Abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) can be disruptive to a woman's personal, family, work and social life. Participate in this module to refresh your knowledge in assessing women in their 20s, 30s and 40s who present with AUB.
This education discusses the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis. It covers the various clinical presentations and associated conditions, and explores the treatment options available.
Depression affects a person emotionally, psychologically, physically and socially, and recovery can be an arduous task. We look at one patient's journey of battling and overcoming depression.
Metastatic breast and prostate cancer can lead to bone complications in patients, potentially leading to skeletal related events (SREs). This education discusses the mechanisms behind bone metastases and explores the use of pharmacological therapies for treatment.
Dr Richard de Boer, Medical Oncologist, discusses the treatment approaches and precautions associated with metastatic bone cancer. Long-term management of patients including the use of pharmacological agents is also explored.
Accredited Practising Dietitian Melanie McGrice explores healthy eating behaviours, and their impact on obesity and weight management.