This e-learning module has been created by Waitemata DHB for primary healthcare providers practicing in the ADHB and/or WDHB areas.
When your patient is diagnosed with a concussion, it's not always easy to know how to best manage them. It can be hard to determine which patients will get better quickly and which patients might benefit from the additional support provided by the ACC concussion services.
Thyroid conditions are among the most common endocrine disorders. Laboratory tests are crucial in the diagnosis and management of most of these conditions.
Those with diabetes are at risk of infection of wounds of the feet and legs, as well as delayed wound healing and development of ulcers, due to peripheral neuropathy and peripheral arterial disease. This can potentially lead to gangrene and lower extremity amputation.
Kia ora, Talofa lava and nau mai haere mai to this online introduction to the HEEADSSS (Home, Education, Eating, Activities, Drugs and Alcohol, Suicide and Depression, Sexuality and Safety) wellbeing framework.
During this module, you will gain the skills and knowledge to confidently identify, assess and provide assistance in the treatment of substance abuse that affects the mental wellbeing of taiohi.
This module aims to support you with your skills and knowledge development to identify and support the treatment of substance use and other issues that affect the mental wellbeing of taiohi/young people.
Type 2 diabetes (mate huka) currently affects almost 300,000 people in Aotearoa, while approximately 900,000 have prediabetes. Substantial inequities exist with Māori, Pacific and South-Asian people bearing both the highest burden of disease and the poorest health outcomes.
Primary care physicians play a crucial role in the detection and management of MCI that potentially could be life-changing to the individual. Making the diagnosis of MCI provides an opportunity to stratify management of the risk factors for dementia and can allow the patient to gain better health literacy, make wise lifestyle decisions and therefore improve outcomes.
Defined as the presence of endometrial-like tissue outside the endometrial cavity, endometriosis is a common condition. Estimates of 1 in 10 New Zealand girls and women, transgender or non-binary female assigned at birth are expected to have endometriosis in their reproductive years. 



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