'Beating the Killer Called Heart Failure' MEDTalk 2: The Burden of Heart Failure – a Patient Perspective

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The real-life management of heart failure is never as cut-and-dry as textbook cases suggest, with a multitude of quality-of-life issues and comorbid conditions that require management to be specific to the patient. In this interview session, we hear from a patient and his GP about how they have worked together to battle heart failure.

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Speaker: A/Prof Ralph Audehm
A general practitioner with 30 years experience, Associate Professor Audehm has also been actively involved in divisions of general practice since 1994. He graduated from Melbourne University in 1984 and obtained a diploma from the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the 1987. He gained a graduate certificate in clinical research in 2005. In 2004 was made an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Melbourne and in 2015 an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor. The emergence of the divisions of general practice fostered his interest in population health, especially in management of chronic conditions in general practice. He has had numerous memberships on boards, expert panels and working parties.

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