19 August 2018

Women and heart disease

This How to Treat discusses women and heart disease. Complete all three modules below to earn two category 2 points. This triennium ends on 31 December 2019.
How to Treat 17 August 2018 Dr Fiona Foo
Case Report 16 August 2018 Dr David Bossingham

What's causing these green and gold nails?

Earl is 78; he retired from the public service more than 20 years ago because of his rheumatoid arthritis. He received what was conventional treatment at the time but unfortunately the disease progressed.
Therapy Update 16 August 2018 Dr Tim Aung, Dr Paul Clark

From chronic to cured of hep C

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection remains a major public health challenge around the world, including Australasia.
Picture Quiz 14 August 2018 Dr Ash Chehata

Continuing wrist pain and movement restriction

Callum, a 22-year-old rugby league player, fell in a heavy tackle on to his outstretched left wrist.​​ Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
12 August 2018

Restoring sight through vision prostheses

This How to Treat discusses restoring sight through vision prostheses Complete all three modules below to earn two category 2 points. This triennium ends on 31 December 2019.
sponsored 10 August 2018

Don’t let dermatology get under your skin

Sponsored This content has been produced by Australian Doctor Group with an independent educational grant from Bayer.
How to Treat 09 August 2018 Dr Lauren Ayton, Associate Professor Penny Allen, Professor Robyn Guymer
sponsored 08 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.
Dermoscopy 07 August 2018 Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl, Dr Morné du Plessis

Be mindful of melanoma mimics

The presentation of melanoma can break the clinical pattern of other lesions at the same anatomical location by virtue of its size, shape or colour. However, because the chaotic behaviour of malignant tissue is unpredictable, melanoma can also mimic other lesions.