1 Hour Education Modules
Our 1 hour Education Modules cover a range of therapeutic areas and are quick and easy to complete anytime, anywhere. You will receive a certificate for completing any of these education activities. CatCPD points are also available.
Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease and approximately 1/3 of all people with diabetes will have Diabetic Kidney Disease (DKD).
This education discusses the detection of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in general practice. Staging of Chronic Kidney Disease is discussed and action plans for each stage are outlined.
While management of seizures in this population remains primarily a specialist responsibility, GPs can play a crucial role in identifying seizures, organising prompt referral, supporting medication management and providing support to families through provision of team-based, patient-centred care.
Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction in males and expectation after surgical treatment for prostate cancer
Urinary incontinence in males may be the result of one of several lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). This education explores the causes and management of LUTS, as well as urinary incontinence resulting from radical prostatectomy.
More than one third of Australian women may be affected by some form of urinary incontinence (UI). Participate in this module and refresh your understanding of the best assessment methods and first-line treatment strategies for the management of this condition.
This education module provides guidance on the assessment and management of urinary and faecal incontinence, including recommendations for patient education and self-care.
This activity will guide GPs through the epidemiology of skin cancers in Australia, including prevention, diagnosis and management. Vitamin D awareness will also be addressed.
This education discusses the diagnosis and treatment of major depressive disorder. The usage of rating scales and a patient-centred approach is explored, as well as the importance of tailoring pharmacological management to each patient..