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.
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.
Managing UTIs in aged care
This course will provide you with an overview of the diagnostic approach to urinary tract infections (UTI) in residents in aged-care facilities.
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 MedicineWise.
Sharing knowledge about immunisation
This module offered by the National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance is designed to help you adapt your vaccination communication skills, to effectively meet the needs of all parents.
Nitrofurantoin and fosfomycin for resistant urinary tract infections: old drugs for emerging problems
Uncomplicated urinary tract infection is one of the most common indications for antibiotic use in the community. However, the Gram-negative organisms that can cause the infection are becoming more resistant to antibiotics.
When should I take my medicines?
Adherence to drug regimens is critical to optimise therapeutic outcomes. To aid adherence patient preferences must be discussed when considering the timing of doses, especially for chronic therapy.