Clinical Audit 15 March 2018 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.
Clinical Audit 21 February 2018 Australian Doctor Education

Scaling back psoriasis

Psoriasis occurs in many forms, but by far the most common type of psoriasis is the chronic plaque type (up to 90% of presentations), also known as psoriasis vulgaris or chronic plaque psoriasis. It is prevalent in up to 2-3% of the adult population. 
Clinical Audit 27 March 2017 Australian Doctor Education

Managing Type 2 Diabetes and CV risk

Diabetes approximately doubles the risk for a range of cardiovascular diseases independently of traditional risk factors.
Clinical Audit 23 March 2017 Australian Doctor Education

Oral Anticoagulants: Their role in AF management

There is a largely under-appreciated AF (inclusive non-valvular AF) prevalence in Australia. It is estimated that 5.35% of the adult population aged ≥ 55 years are affected by AF.
Clinical Audit 24 August 2016 Australian Doctor Education

Treating concomitant asthma and allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is one of the most common chronic respiratory conditions in Australia, with an estimated 3.2 million sufferers (AIHW 2010). Approximately 2 million Australians suffer from asthma, and an estimated 700,000 patients have both asthma and AR (AIHW 2010).
Clinical Audit 29 February 2016 Australian Doctor Education

Optimising Eczema Control

Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a chronic, inflammatory skin disorder. It is most common in infants where it occurs in around 1 in 5 children under 2 years of age and usually improves with age.1
Clinical Audit 27 August 2015 Australian Doctor Education

Travel health check

More than one third of Australia’s population travel overseas every year for either holidays or work.