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Atopic eczema in children

Poor access to effective, sustained eczema management may contribute to morbidity.

Community-acquired pneumonia in children

Pneumonia is one of the major causes of hospitalization and mortality among younger children, particularly for Māori and Pacific children.

Prescribing for common infections

Provding information for primary health care professionals to enhance patient care around the use of antibiotics. 

Acute low back pain

Acute low back pain is common and can occur without any definite event or injury.

Cardiovascular disease risk assessment & management

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

Gout: treatment & management

Gout is one of the most common forms of acute arthritis, particularly among Māori and Pacific men as well as older people on diuretic therapy.

Rheumatic fever

Diagnosis, management and secondary prevention of acute rheumatic fever.

Sore throat management

How to identify patients at high or low risk of acute rheumatic fever.

Certifying work capacity after injury

Supporting GPs in completing work capacity certificates.

Using HEEADSSS in a primary care consultation

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

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

COPD is characterised by a reduction in airflow that is not reversible and is usually progressive in the long term.

Supporting Parents Healthy Children

Orientation to the guideline for Supporting Parents Healthy Children.

Red Rash Made Easy

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

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.