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Supporting Parents Healthy Children

Orientation to the guideline for Supporting Parents Healthy Children.

Early medical abortion for pharmacists: mifepristone and misoprostol

For community pharmacists planning to dispense EMA medicines.

Parkinson’s Disease - Mate pākenetana

Gain a better understanding of Parkinson's Disease.

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding / Pipelle sampling

Module created by Waitemata DHB for primary healthcare providers practicing in the ADHB and/or WDHB areas.

Interpreting unusual thyroid function tests

Thyroid conditions are among the most common endocrine disorders.

Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

When your patient is diagnosed with a concussion, it's not always easy to know how to best manage them.

Coexisting problems in taiohi (youth)

Identify, assess and provide assistance in the treatment of substance abuse that affects the mental wellbeing of taiohi.

Mild cognitive impairment; diagnosis and management

Primary care physicians play a crucial role in the detection and management of MCI that potentially could be life-changing to the individual.

Substance use and taiohi (youth)

Substance use and other issues that affect the mental wellbeing of taiohi/young people.

Working with Youth: HEEADSSS Assessment

Adolescence is an important developmental phase that captures the transition from childhood to adulthood.

Focussed acceptance and commitment therapy

For clinicians interested in mental and or physical health where therapy can be brief, time-limited and available to all who may need it.

Exercise prescriptions

Physical activity is a highly effective treatment for many types of chronic diseases.

Asthma management in children

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory tract.

Non-insulin therapies in adults with T2D

Type 2 diabetes (mate huka) currently affects almost 300,000 people in Aotearoa, while approximately 900,000 have prediabetes.

EDS Difficulties: Awareness Level

This EDS Difficulties course is designed for Speech-language therapists (SLTs) working within the Ministry of Education.