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Eating disorders post-pandemic – take heed of the need and use MEED
Whilst no longer considered a public health emergency, the significant, long-term impacts of Covid-19 continue to be felt with children’s mental health arguably one of the great impacts of the pandemic.READ ON
Your next patient is Frankie, a 5 year old girl, who is brought in by her mother Nora. Frankie has been unwell for the past 48 hours with fever, sore throat and headache. The previous day Nora noticed a rash over Frankie’s neck and chest which has since spread over the rest of her body.
We’re all used to the flurry of questions that come after we start people on a new medication. When it comes to blood pressure medication and the question ‘should I take it in the morning or before bed?’. What does the evidence say?
It’s amazing how quickly things can change with ‘novel’ drugs...
Osteoarthritis is by far and away the most common form of arthritis in Australia.
Graeme, a 64-year-old retired builder, presented to you for repeat prescriptions two weeks previously as a new patient to the practice...
To help lessen the financial burden of keeping up with CPD, rural and remote health professionals (MMM 3-7) who would normally be required to travel considerable distances to attend courses, can access a range of state-based funding.
One of the highlights of my week is my piano lesson, now by Zoom of course, with my teacher John. I took up piano at the age of 55, never having had a music lesson in my life...
‘Women’s Health for male GPs can be somewhat tricky’ Dr Rowan Vickers