Earning CPD by listening to Healthed podcasts is simple. Each episode is eligible for Educational Activities CPD.

Prof William Ledger

In this Healthed lecture, Obstetrician and gynaecologist, Prof. Bill Ledger presents the latest evidence on the role of progesterone including the when, why, how and for whom and presents the current recommendations for the treatment and management of women who present with early pregnancy bleeding.

A/Prof Wayne Warburton

In this Healthed lecture, Associate Professor Wayne Warburton will provide insights into the nature and prevalence of the problem and, importantly, will also suggest strategies to help prevent and manage screen overuse/video gaming disorders in children.

Dr Hilton Koppe

In this Healthed lecture, Dr Hilton Koppe showcases the range of cognitive screening tools applicable for use in general practice, highlighting their strengths and limitations as well as helping determine which of these tools is most appropriate for any particular patient. 

A/Prof Samantha Hocking

In this Healthed lecture, Associate Professor Samantha Hocking will present new and existing evidence for the role of VLEDs in achieving type 2 diabetes remission and, importantly, how they can be practically implemented and managed in the general practice setting.

Prof Richard Harvey

The latest understanding of the condition - pathogenesis, distinguishing features and the most accurate way to diagnose and determine its severity.

A/Prof Ingrid Hopper

In this Healthed lecture, A/Prof Ingrid Hopper details the latest understanding of the link between these two conditions including the prevalence of iron deficiency in heart failure, why it occurs and the reasons why it is important to treat. She will also present the recommendations for treatment which are not as straightforward as many people would imagine.

A/Prof Dion Forstner & Dr Farshad Kasraei

In this Healthed lecture, A/Prof Dion Forstner & Dr Farshad Kasraei explain that radiation therapy is the most effective non-invasive option for keratinocyte cancer lesions, with 5-year control rates approaching surgery. It also complements surgery well in the adjuvant setting for high-risk disease. Advances in technology and an understanding of radiobiological processes has allowed it to be applied to a wider variety of disease presentations, whilst mitigating acute and chronic side effects.

Prof Tony Cunningham AO

Which immunocompromised patients should be given the recombinant (Shingrix) vs the inactivated (Zostavax)- different approaches to vaccination choice.

Prof Rod Baber

Menopausal hormone therapy is an effective way to control menopausal symptoms- key indications and contraindications for the use of MHT, the overall benefits and risks, how to prescribe MHT for a variety of women, long term follow up.

Expert/s: Prof Rod Baber
A/Prof Gary Leong

How to ensure young patients get identified and treated early- demonstrate 'how to make your life as a general practitioner easy' when it comes to managing growth disorders in primary care.

Prof Henry Woo

Up-to-date and evidence-based advice to post radical prostatectomy patients- managing their expectations, effective therapies and realistic time-frames for recovery, latest information on androgen deprivation therapy.

Expert/s: Prof Henry Woo
Dr Jessica Tattersall

Latest evidence and understanding about rhinitis- framework on how to assess, investigate and manage this condition.