Following from the NRHCC webinar series, Te Whatu Ora presents these webinars to support primary care. These focus on clinical updates to promote integrated care.
While this webinar has a focus on the Tamaki Makaurau locality, there is still national relevance in the topics.
This webinar will cover:
- Four hand/finger injuries that are easy to mismanage - Dr Guy Melrose will discuss four commonly mismanaged hand injuries/infections that will often present either to the GP clinic or be seen by a GP covering an after-hours shift.
- Chronic back pain; inflammatory, mechanical, or fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis - Dr Peter Gow will discuss diagnosis and management.
- Clinical updates - Sue Tutty and Luke Luk will briefly cover evolving clinical updates.
- Pyogenic Flexor Tenosynovitis - Ortho-bullets (A Clinical Collaboration Community)
- Human Bite - Ortho-bullets (A Clinical Collaboration Community)
- Boutonniere Deformity - Ortho-bullets (A Clinical Collaboration Community)
- Seymour Fracture - Ortho-bullets (A Clinical Collaboration Community)
- Phalangeal Finger Fractures - The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne
- Elson’s test for the finger - AliEM (academic life in emergency medicine)
- Contraception - Protected & Proud
- Long-acting Reversible Contraception: Health Practitioner Training Principles and Standards - Ministry of Health Manatū Hauora
- Misuse of Drugs Amendment Regulations (No 2) 2023 FAQs - Ministry of Health Manatū Hauora
- Obstetric Cardiology Symposium - Middlemore Hospital
Guy is an urgent care physician who works clinically in Tauranga. He is the Director of Professional Development for the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care and a Professional Teaching Fellow at the University of Auckland within both the Department of General Practice and Primary Care and the Department of Anaesthesiology.
Peter has recently retired from clinical duties as Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and senior rheumatologist at Te Whatu Ora-Counties Manukau, though he remains active in clinical research and teaching as an honorary senior medical officer.
He has been involved in the development of health pathways for many years, and has an interest in chronic pain, including back pain.