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New course for 2022! Practice changing, independent evidence updates for busy GPs, GP registrars and practice nurses

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2022 Course content

The 2022 Hot Topics GP Update course content covers the hottest topics for GPs.  The topics we will be covering include:

  • Cardiovascular Disease - AF, NOACs and SGLT2 inhibitors
  • Cancer - bladder cancer, platelets and cancer
  • Diabetes - diabetes in the older person
  • Mental Health - health anxiety, PTSD
  • Respiratory and ENT - COPD and macrolides, OSA, VTE, throat symptoms
  • Dermatology - 'maskne' and acne vulgaris
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Shoulder pain
  • Small things that matter - costochondritis, paracetamol, penicillin allergy.

This is a one day Live Webinar with a variety of presenters, to keep it fresh and keep you engaged for the entire day.

The times are listed below by location.

Australian Eastern Standard Time 


9.00am - 4.30pm

Australian Central Daylight Time


8.30am - 4.00pm

Australian Western Standard Time


7.00am - 2.30pm

What is Hot Topics?

Medcast, one of Australia’s leading medical education providers, has joined forces with Britain’s market leader in GP CPD, NB Medical, to bring you a CPD opportunity like no other – Hot Topics.

The Hot Topics GP Update course aims to update GPs with the latest developments in the primary care literature and to help you deliver better patient care. The course revolves around short, engaging presentations that merge recent clinical evidence with real-life clinical scenarios.

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And like all Medcast courses, all content is completely independent and free of external influence.

The 2022 course is run as a series of live webinar events that enable you to participate from the comfort of your own home.  The webinars are delivered by experienced Australian and UK GP medical educators, and are designed to be snappy, focused, and interactive.  They will cover recent updates in evidence and guidelines through a series of general practice case presentations.

In addition you will also receive:

  • Access to the four sessions on-demand
  • Online version of NB Medical Hot Topics GP Update course book (UK), including summaries of approximately 150 clinical Hot Topics (over 450 pages)
  • Online version of the Australian supplements, including Keep It Simple Summaries (KISSs)

Hot Topics... Evidence-informed medicine for primary care. Fun, interactive and not-to-be-missed.