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Glaucoma - On Demand
Glaucoma is the number one preventable cause of blindness in New Zealand. Blindness from glaucoma can be prevented by early detection and appropriate treatment.
Learn more about glaucoma and its treatment, to enable you to help your patients effectively use their glaucoma medications.
Heart Health Basic Practice Update Workbook
Every 90 minutes, someone in New Zealand dies from heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in NZ. Many of these deaths are preventable – the pharmacy profession is ideally placed to assist in the prevention.
The Heart Health Basic Practice Update Workbook has been updated by Advanced Clinical Pharmacist Lejla Brkic (originally written by Linda Bryant in 2003). It contains information on medical conditions such as hypertension, dyslipidamia, acute coronary syndromes, heart failure and atrial fibrillation – a great refresher for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians alike.
Herpes Simplex - On Demand
Herpes is a common infection that is caused by a Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV).
- What is the difference between the two types of HSV?
- Does everyone with HSV have symptoms?
- What are the implications of contracting this virus?
- What are the common myths and misconceptions about this virus?
- What are the dosing regimens for common treatment of HSV infections?
How dense are you? How to assess and treat osteoporosis - On Demand
Worldwide, osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures annually, resulting in an osteoporotic fracture every 3 seconds. Pharmacists can play a key role in educating patients about the management of osteoporosis to help reduce the risk of fractures.
Enrol in this on-demand course presented by Dr Anna Fenton to learn about the importance of osteoporosis as a medical problem, the risks and benefits of osteoporosis therapies and much more.
Impact of Gut Microflora and Effects on Health - On Demand
We all know it is good to have a healthy gut but what is a healthy gut and why is it important?
Join this course to learn about gut microbiome including how we acquire our gut microbiota, factors that affect the composition and their metabolic activity, the benefits of a healthy microbiota and what they do for our health. The links to health and disease such as obesity and metabolic syndrome, minor infections and treatment with prebiotics and probiotics will also be discussed.