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Beyond the Pain: Best Practice Approach to Managing Gout

Join our expert presenters, Rheumatologist Dr. Adam Maundrell, and Dr Caroline West for a comprehensive webinar on gout, tailored for health professionals. This session will cover:

  • Aetiology: Delve into the causes, debunk diet-related misconceptions, and explore differential diagnoses like pseudogout and inflammatory arthritis.
  • Diagnosis: Learn about the role of joint aspiration and newer imaging modalities such as dual-energy CT (DECT).
  • Disease Progression: Discover the potential long-term complications of untreated gout, including degenerative arthritis, tophi and renal disease.
  • Management Approach: Master the treat to target approach, with slow dose up-titration of urate lowering therapy and flare prophylaxis. Gain insights into lifestyle measures and tips to promote adherence to urate-lowering therapy (ULT).

This webinar provides the latest evidence and best practice guidelines on gout diagnosis and management. Address common myths, and get practical advice on achieving target serum uric acid levels, reducing flares, and improving long-term outcomes.


This course is formally accredited for 1 hour of CPD.

RACGP Accreditation ID - 902869
ACRRM Accreditation ID - 33825

Course Educators
Dr Caroline West
Dr Caroline West

Dr Caroline West is an experienced GP, media presenter, journalist and medical program developer. Caroline is the past president of the Australasian Society of ...

Dr Adam Maundrell
Dr Adam Maundrell

Dr Adam Maundrell, Rheumatologist

Adam is a Consultant Rheumatologist who graduated from the University of Adelaide. He then completed his Rheumatology training ...


Recorded Webinar

Available anytime

Duration: 1 hour

1 hour of CPD - Educational Activity

Educational Activities: 1 hours

Areas Of Interest: General Practice, Pain management, Quality Use of Medicines


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