COVID is still very much around, and older people are still most at risk of significant morbidity. We discuss management strategies, both in the community and in facilities, that can be beneficial in mitigating this risk.
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.
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.
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.
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.