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?
Type 2 diabetes – Bill
Bill is a 55-year-old man with type 2 diabetes. He is a new patient at your practice, having just moved into the area to be closer to family. This case study covers diabetes management, diabetes foot care, and renal impairment.
This module is designed to explain the role of bioequivalence in generic medicines development and to assist health professionals to feel confident explaining these principles to patients.
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.
Medication safety training
This course is designed to explore the various causes of medication errors and equip you with the knowledge and skills to help prevent errors from occurring in your workplace.
Asthma: unlocking inhaler technique
The majority of patients do not use their asthma inhaler device correctly – engage them with conversations and demonstrations of correct technique.
Otitis media: clarifying the role of antibiotics
Weigh up the need for antibiotics with two different cases of acute otitis media in this free case study.
Antibiotics for urinary tract infections
RACF Medicinewise Reports can identify patterns of antibiotic use, support appropriate prescribing of antibiotics to treat urinary infections (UTIs) and prevent antibiotic resistance.