Online GP CPD Education

ONLINE CPD EDUCATION

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Welcome to our online GP CPD education course list. To access our online CPD education you must be registered with Australian Doctor.

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Clinical Audits - Earn 40 Cat 1 CPD points, Quality Improvement activity

Scaling back psoriasis

Psoriasis occurs in many forms, but by far the most common type of psoriasis is the chronic plaque type (up to 90% of presentations), also known as psoriasis vulgaris or chronic plaque psoriasis. This clinical audit will allow you to review your current management of patients with psoriasis, and compare it with best practice guidelines.

Controlling symptomatic asthma

Patients with severe asthma account for more than 60% of the costs associated with asthma, which are primarily for medications. This clinical audit will allow you to review your current management of patients with symptomatic asthma, and compare it with best practice guidelines.

Oral anticoagulants: Their role in AF management

This clinical audit will allow you to proactively identify AF patients and engage in conversation regarding oral anticoagulant (OAC) options. It also improve understanding of the relevance of OAC reversal in emergencies and compare management against best practice guidelines.

Managing Type 2 Diabetes and CV Risk

This clinical audit will allow you to review your current management of patients with type 2 diabetes at risk of cardiovascular disease, and compare it with best practice guidelines.

Optimising eczema control

Review management of patients with recurrent eczema and up-skill on strategies to improve patient adherence to medication.

Online Modules - Earn 2 Cat 2 CPD points RACGP/ 1 core point ACRRM

Breaking the osteoporosis trend

Take a closer look at osteoporosis management in general practice by delving deeper into prevention, detection, diagnosis, pharmacological management and lifestyle interventions to support this chronic disease. This module includes expert video commentary provided by Professor John Eisman (AO), Director of Clinical Translation and Garvan Institute and Associate Dean.

Urticaria: Why and what next?

Get to grips with urticaria diagnosis and management by learning about the different patient groups with this condition, the factors that influence treatment decisions, and appropriate non-pharmacological and pharmacological management strategies for specific patient groups.

Tailoring treatment for VTE

Take a closer look at VTE management in general practice by delving deeper into the preventable and treatable nature of this condition. This module includes expert video commentary and practical case studies provided by Prof Christopher Ward, clinical haematologist at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney.

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