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.
Quality use of medical tests is a core skill for healthcare professionals as not all tests add value. Develop your skills with this growing range of short practical modules.
Chronic pain: opioids and beyond
Be guided through using a multimodal approach when supporting your patients to manage their chronic non-cancer pain. Review a systematic approach for the assessment of pain and function when initiating, continuing or discontinuing opioid therapy.
Chronic abdominal pain in adults: when is imaging indicated?
This interactive course clarifies when imaging is appropriate for chronic abdominal pain in adults.
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.
COPD: navigating inhaled medicines management
There are more than a dozen different inhaled medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and multiple devices. How can you help your patients get the best out of theirs?
Managing hepatitis C in primary care
This module will provide you with training in the diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management of people with chronic hepatitis C infection.
Type 2 diabetes: intensifying treatment
Two different patients with type 2 diabetes. How would you manage their diabetes care? A free case study from NPS.