GP and RACGP President Dr Harry Nespolon interviews prominent experts in their field on the latest practical strategies for GPs.
Prof Ego Seeman from The University of Melbourne’s Dept of Medicine and Endocrinology talks to GP and RACGP President Dr Harry Nespolon about some of the most effective tests, medications and supplements for the prevention and management of osteoporosis. Prof Seeman is a vocal advocate for GPs to be more involved in osteoporosis management, including using tests such as CTX.
Dr Harry Nespolon talks to Dr Linda Schachter from Sleep Services Australia about the prevalence, causes and management of sleep disturbance over the menopause transition, and some practical approaches including the role of pharmacological and behavioural treatment strategies.
Dr Harry Nespolon talks to Prof John Dixon from the Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute about the management of obese patients – including the use of very low calorie diets, pharmacotherapy, and the latest surgical options.
Listen to some of the top lectures from Healthed’s seminar series, curated by Healthed Medical Editor Dr Linda Calabresi.
Associate Professor Annabelle Farnsworth, President of the Australian Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology, provides an update on the Renewed Cervical Screening program, including areas of confusion that have arisen in clinical practice, and case presentations that include the management of under screened women, women with abnormal bleeding, and older women who are HPV positive.
Psychiatrist and President of The Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Prof Malcolm Hopwood discusses improved care, and why it requires a shift in focus to new, broader, and more patient-driven outcome measures.
Metro South Palliative Care Services Deputy Director and Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative Director Prof Liz Reymond looks at 8 medicines used in the management of common terminal symptoms.
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