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A digest of the Australian clinical guidelines for the management of acute coronary syndrome 2016 by the National Heart Foundation of Australia and Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Presentation of the MJA article, Relieving the Pressure: new Australian hypertension guideline, MJA 205 (2) 18 July 2016.
A digest of the National Heart Foundation of Australia's Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of hypertension in adults (2016).
A panel of six experts discuss the importance of doctors' and medical students' health and wellbeing.
Hear from academics, medical practitioners, industry representatives, and opinion leaders with unique insights and views on the priorities for tackling obesity in Australia.
Build knowledge and skills, understanding and interpretation of human behaviour, and the value of good communication within the health system.
A nationally recognised qualification recommended for individuals working in, or with potential to work in, a management or leadership role.
A national qualification recommended for practice staff working in or seeking to work in a leadership role.
A national qualification recommended for practice staff who provide leadership and guidance to others.
An explanation of how workplace flexibility can improve business productivity and efficiency, and how to make flexibility work in business.
An explanation on how diverse and inclusive workforce is good for business, and how to promote diversity and prevent discrimination in the workplace.
Gain the skills and confidence needed to discuss workplace issues when they arise.
Maintain good performance, as well as deal with under-performance issues if they arise.
Develop people management skills to build a high performing team and help the business achieve its goals.
General guidance on the processes and procedures required when hiring a new employee.
Gain skills and confidence needed to discuss workplace issues with management when they arise.
Reflection of the relative importance of the nine surgical competencies and their 27 attributes defined by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS).
Review of whether Australian Aboriginal people in NSW are more likely to be diagnosed with more advanced cancer than non-Aboriginal people.