Safety through reporting
This free course will guide you through the adverse event reporting process. Reporting adverse events is important to ensure that therapeutic products continue to be safe.
Depression: achieving remission, preventing relapse
Re-examine treatment options and improve outcomes by learning about emerging evidence for supportive approaches, psychological treatments and antidepressants
Management of specific respiratory tract infections
Reflect on your management of 10 patients with acute bacterial rhinosinusitis, acute sore throat/pharyngitis/tonsillitis, acute otitis media, common cold/acute viral rhinitis (non-specific upper respiratory tract infection), or acute bronchitis.
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Depression: tailoring initial treatment and re-examining the options
Depression treatment should be tailored to the individual patient. Meet two different patients with depression. How would you progress their initial care?
Asthma: optimising asthma control in children
A 4-year-old diagnosed with asthma 6 months ago presents with worsening asthma symptoms.
Urinary tract infections: exploring antibiotic treatment
This case study explores the diagnostic approach to managing urinary tract infections in residential aged care facility residents to reduce antibiotic resistance.
Quality use of medicines: why, what, how, and who?
This course sets QUM in context, provides an overview of QUM principles and their application, and explores the roles and responsibilities of various partners involved in achieving QUM.
Antimicrobials: introduction to prescribing
A course on antimicrobials prescribing in a hospital setting.
New version released August 2019 to align with the revised and updated Therapeutic Guidelines: Antibiotic.