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Childhood stuttering

Information about stuttering, evidence-based advice, support, and speech language therapy referral options.

Dementia care for Māori

This resource provides information and tools around communicating with Māori patients and their whānau.

HPV immunisation in primary care

Associate Professor Nikki Turner about optimising HPV vaccination and the impact on clinical outcomes.

Maximising the health of older people

GP Professor Ngaire Kerse on maximising the health of our older patients. Topics covered include:

Palliative care: metastatic pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer is a major cause of cancer-associated death. It is currently the fourth highest cause of cancer death in developed countries.

Snoring in children

Snoring occurs in approximately one-third of children. About 10% of these children snore every night.

Burns: assessment & management

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

Cardiovascular disease risk assessment & management

Cardiovascular disease is largely preventable and is associated with large within-population health inequalities.

Prescribing tramadol

Northland general practitioner and addiction medicine specialist Dr Alistair Dunn on the concerns around the prescription drug tramadol.

Smoking cessation

Outlining the ABC model for assessment and management in the form of behavioural support and pharmacological smoking cessation aids.

Assessing decision-making capacity: the clinical basics

It is within the scope of practice of ALL medical practitioners to assess decision-making capacity and obtain informed consent.

Decision-making capacity: the legal aspects

Learn about the legal process that follows a capacity assessment.

Constipation & faecal incontinence in children

Constipation occurs in up to 30% of children. 

Self-care in trauma-informed organisations

This course is about your wellbeing.

Trauma-informed care for caregivers

This course was developed for caregivers (foster parents and whānau carers) of children/tamariki.