Clinical Audit 14 February 2019 Australian Doctor Education

Controlling symptomatic asthma

Patients with severe asthma account for more than 60% of the costs associated with asthma, which are primarily for medications.
sponsored 15 November 2018

How confident are you in managing COPD exacerbations?

Sponsored This content has been developed independently by Australian Doctor Group at the request of, and with funding from, GlaxoSmithKline Australia Pty Ltd.
sponsored 31 October 2018

A lesson in slowing the progression of COPD

Sponsored This content has been developed independently by Australian Doctor Group at the request of, and with funding from, GlaxoSmithKline Australia Pty Ltd.
sponsored 24 October 2018

Are GPs being unfairly maligned for lack of COPD assessment?

Sponsored This content has been developed independently by Australian Doctor Group at the request of, and with funding from, GlaxoSmithKline Australia Pty Ltd.
Case Report 22 October 2018 Dr Daniel Xu

A case of atypical respiratory distress

Tracey is a 33-year-old lawyer relocated from NSW, who presents with a six-week history of increasing breathlessness on exertion.
Therapy Update 15 September 2018 Associate Professor Vicki Kotsirilos

How pollution impacts respiratory disease in children

Evie is a six-year-old girl who attends the surgery with her mother, Josephine. The family has been living in the outer suburbs of Melbourne, next to a freeway, for about six months.
How to Treat 01 September 2018 Dr Gloriana Loría-Chavarría, Dr Manuel E Soto-Martínez
sponsored 24 August 2018

Time to rethink corticosteroids for COPD

Sponsored This content has been produced by Australian Doctor Group with an independent educational grant from Boehringer Ingelheim.
Therapy Update 18 July 2018 Dr Bernadette Prentice, Professor Adam Jaffe, Dr Shafagh Waters

Avatars take lead role in future CF therapy

Under the bright lights of a lab, a cluster of human cells inside a dish is exposed to a novel — and expensive — drug to test its efficacy.
Therapy Update 30 May 2018 Dr Clare Wood, Associate Professor Deborah Yates

Work-related interstitial lung disease

There has been a great deal of media interest in recent years about interstitial diseases of the lung caused by exposure to dusts in an occupational setting.1