New asthma guidelines: what’s changed?
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the recent changes to asthma guidelines and what this means in practice.
Tuesday, 29 September 2020
7:00 – 8:00 pm AEST
Supporting patients living with chronic non-cancer pain – the role of the pharmacist
Join our panel of chronic pain experts as they discuss evidence-based approaches for managing chronic non-cancer pain and the role of pharmacists in reducing opioid-related harms.
This webinar has been developed with funding from the Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australian Government Department of Health.
Thursday, 17 September 2020
7:00 – 8:00 pm AEST
Registrations for this webinar are now closed.
An on-demand recording will be made available shortly.
Working together to enhance transitions of care for people with dementia
Using real-life case scenarios, the panel, consisting of a geriatrician, GP and nurse, will discuss the challenges of optimising transitions of care for people living with dementia.
This webinar has been developed in partnership with Dementia Training Australia.
Listen to our interdisciplinary panel discuss the challenges of optimising transitions of care for people living with dementia.
Chronic abdominal pain: could it be irritable bowel syndrome?
Listen to our interdisciplinary panel discuss some of the challenges that can arise in general practice when a patient presents with chronic non-specific abdominal pain.
Anxiety disorders: use of evidence-based treatments
Listen to our interdisciplinary panel discuss assessment and management of anxiety disorders and how to help patients get the most out of psychological treatment.
Difficult-to-treat and severe asthma: changing the paradigm
Watch an expert panel in discussion on new therapies, and how to identify and manage difficult-to-treat and severe asthma.
Rheumatoid arthritis: getting the facts straight about methotrexate
Optimal management of patients with rheumatoid arthritis depends on successful collaboration between rheumatologists, GPs and community pharmacists.