Skip to main content


Proteinuria and Haematuria in children

An understanding of a recommended management pathway for proteinuria and for haematuria in children.

Paediatric urinary tract infections

Specific considerations for paediatric urinary tract infection management differ from UTI management in adults.

Could this be sepsis?

80% of sepsis cases originate outside the hospital, so early recognition in community settings is vital.

Shoulder injuries: acute management

Shoulder injuries are common in primary care and can be difficult to correctly diagnose and manage.

Shoulder instability

How to diagnose, investigate and manage patients with primary and recurrent shoulder instability.

Adults who stutter: treatment & management

Information about stuttering, support and when appropriate, speech language therapy referral options. 

Paediatric fever management

Fever is defined as a temperature greater than 38.0°C.

Lymphoedema in patients receiving palliative care

For patients with life-threatening illness and lymphoedema palliative care is applicable early in the course of illness.

Jadelle®: Progesterone-only implant contraception

To enable women requesting contraception and enable them to make informed choices about managing their fertility.

Motor Neurone Disease management

The needs of individuals living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) are complex.

Red Rash Made Easy

This course is designed to help primary healthcare workers diagnose rashes.

Knee injuries: acute management

Acute knee injuries are common, especially in sports that involve twisting movements and sudden changes of direction.

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) is a common inflammatory rheumatic disease.

Burns: assessment & management

Burns and scalds are a leading cause of injury to children in New Zealand.

Using HEEADSSS in a primary care consultation

A short but practical approach to using HEEADSSS in your primary care clinic.