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MDFA's free CPD course for GPs on age-related macular degeneration has been developed with Australia’s leading retinal specialists and General Practitioners.
In the Northern Territory, life expectancy increased more rapidly for Indigenous than non-Indigenous people during 1999–2018, but the gap in life expectancy between the two groups remains considerable.
The Medical Board of Australia (MBA) has amended the CPD requirements for medical practitioners, with the new changes to come into effect in January 2024
What if patients could improve their mental health outcomes with emerging therapies?
Multi-source feedback and practice accreditation supporting quality and patient safety in primary care
MDFA's free CPD course for GPs on diabetic eye disease has been developed with Australia’s leading retinal specialists and General Practitioners.
The National Asthma Council has an established track record in delivering highly effective education programs for primary healthcare professionals that are evidence-based, practical and cost-efficient.
The National Asthma Council Australia's flagship publication, Australian Asthma Handbook is Australia's national guidelines for asthma management and forms the foundation of all our health professional resources.
Building resilience to environmental disasters requires transformative action to tackle climate change and health inequities.
Atopic dermatitis is characterised by itch (pruritus), characteristic morphology and distribution, a chronic relapsing course, and high personal and social disease burden.
Australia is in the middle of what is being called an unprecedented outbreak of the mosquito borne Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV).
To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first described case of Japanese encephalitis in a Victorian infant, reflecting a growing epidemic involving spread to new regions of Australia.
Continuity of care has long been regarded as a core characteristic of general practice.
The search for a cost‐effective Australian model of comprehensive, coordinated patient‐centred care that improves outcomes continues.
The Australian and New Zealand living stroke management guidelines provide timely, evidence‐based updates to recommendations.
COVID‐19 has challenged and tested Australian general practice while reinforcing its centrality and potential.
Cholecystectomy during the index (first) admission of people with mild gallstone pancreatitis is recommended by international guidelines.
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer globally, accounting for 11.4% of all cancers and it kills more than any other, claiming 18% of all cancer deaths.
Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases in Australia, affecting 11% of the population.