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137.1Preventing stroke in elderly (>65yrs) AF patients – What actions should a GP take? (11 mins)
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National Stroke Week Special Feature. With AF early identification is the name of the game, so how do we do it, how often do we do it, and if we identify it, what should we GPs do next? Listen to this interview to find out.

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Dr Ginni Mansberg

Interviewees

  • Dr Jim Rogers, Cardiologist, Central Coast, NSWDr Jim Rogers, Cardiologist, Central Coast, NSW
137.2National Stroke Week – Every step counts towards a healthy life (7 mins)
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National Stroke Week Special Feature. Australia is on track to get one stroke every four minutes by 2050! But it doesn’t need to be this way as the majority of strokes can actually be prevented. Listen to this interview where we discuss top tips for stroke prevention with the Stroke Foundation.

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Dr Ginni Mansberg

Interviewees

  • Dr Timothy Ang, Stroke Foundation Clinical Council MemberDr Timothy Ang, Stroke Foundation Clinical Council Member
137.0FULL EDITION 137 (77 mins)
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This audio file contains all 7 interviews on this edition.

  • Track 1, Osteoporosis – why do we need to be alert?
  • Track 2, Why do we need to be confident with menopause and MHT?
  • Track 3, Recall and review the patient – Type 2 diabetes, glycaemic management doesn’t have to be complicated
  • Track 4, Shared decision making and its impact on patient care
  • Track 5, Schizophrenia – preventing patients from falling through the cracks
  • Track 6, Preventing stroke in elderly (>65yrs) AF patients – What actions should a GP take?
  • Track 7, National Stroke Week – Every step counts towards a healthy life

To view reference lists or product information please go to the individual tracks.

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Dr Ginni Mansberg

Dr John D’Arcy

Dr Brad McKay

Interviewees

  • Dr Dan Harmelin, Endocrinologist, Nowra, New South WalesDr Dan Harmelin, Endocrinologist, Nowra, New South Wales
  • Jean Kittson, Comedian, Writer & PerformerJean Kittson, Comedian, Writer & Performer
  • Dr Jane Elliott, GP AdelaideDr Jane Elliott, GP Adelaide
  • Dr Ian Arthur, GP, Coffs Harbour, New South WalesDr Ian Arthur, GP, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales
  • Dr Ranjit Menon, Psychiatrist, Melbourne Clinic & Epworth HospitalDr Ranjit Menon, Psychiatrist, Melbourne Clinic & Epworth Hospital
  • Dr Matthew Warden, Psychiatrist, MelbourneDr Matthew Warden, Psychiatrist, Melbourne
  • Dr Jim Rogers, Cardiologist, Central Coast, NSWDr Jim Rogers, Cardiologist, Central Coast, NSW
  • Dr Timothy Ang, Stroke Foundation Clinical Council MemberDr Timothy Ang, Stroke Foundation Clinical Council Member
136.1The importance of residual cognitive symptoms of major depressive disorder (12 mins)
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Mental Health. Most mental health care is delivered through general practice, with GPs providing mental health care to 75% of those seeking such help. Listen to this interview with Prof. Malcolm Hopwood where we discuss the residual effects that some patients may experience after treatment for MDD, even when they show an improvement in depressive symptoms.

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Dr John D’Arcy

Interviewees

  • Prof Mal Hopwood, Professor of Psychiatry, Melbourne UniversityProf Mal Hopwood, Professor of Psychiatry, Melbourne University
136.2The treatment of schizophrenia – thinking long term from the beginning (11 mins)
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Mental Health. The choice of antipsychotic requires careful consideration to balance short-term need for effective control of schizophrenia-positive symptoms while ensuring minimal long-term side effects. Here we discuss options within the atypical antipsychotic range.

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Professor Malcolm Hopwood

Interviewees

  • Dr Christoph Correll, Professor of Psychiatry, the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine, Hofstra/Northwell, New YorkDr Christoph Correll, Professor of Psychiatry, the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine, Hofstra/Northwell, New York
136.3What’s new with vaccines in 2018? (6 mins)
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Immunisation Special Feature; This year has seen a number of changes in immunisations, so to help GPs stay up-to-date we discuss; the new flu vaccines in children, under 65s, 65 and overs, and in pregnancy. As well as pertussis vaccination in pregnancy, and meningococcal vaccinations.

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Dr Ginni Mansberg

Interviewees

  • Professor Robert Booy, Head of the Clinical Research Team, National Centre for Immunisation Research & SurveillanceProfessor Robert Booy, Head of the Clinical Research Team, National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance
136.4Invasive Meningococcal Disease in Australia: The importance of serogroup B (12 mins)
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Immunisation Special Feature; Invasive meningococcal disease, it’s a rare but potentially deadly infection. Serogroup B remains an important cause of disease in young children, contributing to 42% of cases in infants under 12 months in 2017. In this interview we discuss the importance of meningococcal B vaccination in infants.

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Dr Ginni Mansberg

Interviewees

  • A/Prof. Michael Nissen, Director of Scientific Affairs & Public Health, GSK Asia PacificA/Prof. Michael Nissen, Director of Scientific Affairs & Public Health, GSK Asia Pacific
136.5Individualising therapy for the patient in front of you – Case studies in type 2 diabetes (12 mins)
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Type 2 Diabetes. Case Studies can be an informative and useful part of every physician’s medical education. Here we present 3 typical patient case studies in type 2 diabetes, to provide practical tips and work through how we can help our patients achieve better glycaemic control.

Hosted by

Dr John D’Arcy

Interviewees

  • A/Prof Sof Andrikopoulos, CEO Australian Diabetes Society & A/Prof, Head of the Islet Biology & Metabolism, the University of MelbourneA/Prof Sof Andrikopoulos, CEO Australian Diabetes Society & A/Prof, Head of the Islet Biology & Metabolism, the University of Melbourne
136.6The NEW Medicare items for retinal photography for patients with type 2 diabetes (12 mins)
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Type 2 Diabetes. The future is looking somewhat bleak, at the moment we have 1.72 million people currently living with type 2 diabetes. The NDSS Registry has ~1.2 million of those, so there is a group of patients who potentially could be walking around with diabetic retinopathy that aren’t even registered. We discuss the role of GPs and ophthalmic health care professionals in this area.

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Dr John D’Arcy

Interviewees

  • Mr Simon Hanna, National Professional Development & Clinical Policy Manager, Optometry Australia, & Practicing OptometristMr Simon Hanna, National Professional Development & Clinical Policy Manager, Optometry Australia, & Practicing Optometrist
136.7Considerations when prescribing testosterone replacement therapy? (11 mins)
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Men’s Health Week (11-17th June). Testosterone deficiency is a common phenomenon whereby as men age their natural production of testosterone decreases, but sometimes testosterone can decrease due to medical conditions, so how do we diagnose and when should it be treated?

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Dr John D’Arcy

Interviewees

  • A/Prof. Eric Chung, Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Urology, Princess Alexandra Hospital & University of QueenslandA/Prof. Eric Chung, Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Urology, Princess Alexandra Hospital & University of Queensland

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