This one-hour course reflects the 2018 New Zealand Ministry of Health's consensus statement on cardiovascular disease risk assessment and management.
Pancreatic cancer is a major cause of cancer-associated death. It is currently the fourth highest cause of cancer death in developed countries.
IUCDs (intrauterine contraceptive devices) are forms of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC).
Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) refers to pneumonia that is acquired in the community as compared to pneumonia acquired in/after a stay in hospital.  Pneumonia is a bacterial or viral infection of the lungs.  It is usually caused by inhalation of micro-organisms from the upper respiratory tract.
Stuttering is a potentially debilitating condition which affects approximately 1% of the adult population. While it is indiscriminate of language, culture and intelligence, it runs in families and affects more males than females. 
In people with cancer, lymphoedema may arise because the lymphatic vessels or nodes have been damaged. This may occur as a result of:
This course is about understanding a trauma-informed system and recognising the indicators and impacts of trauma. It has been developed for the children’s/tamariki workforce (e.g.
This course is about recognising trauma and its impact on children/tamariki and understanding what it means to be trauma-informed. It has been developed for caregivers (foster parents and whānau carers) of children/tamariki.
Regular physical activity benefits both our physical and mental health and is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and factor in disease prevention. Physical activity is also a highly effective treatment for many types of chronic diseases.
The knee is one of the most common locations for injury in athletes. In most ‘football’ codes knee injuries are second only to injuries involving the thigh (hamstring and quadriceps strains and contusions).



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