Brief Bites are a series of short videos that can be used to enhance clinical care and patient safety. Being brief, they can be used in many situations including clinical team meetings or in education sessions.
Written and narrated by Professor Kim Oates for the Clinical Excellence Commission.
Older Australians suffer disproportionately from most infectious diseases, including vaccine-preventable diseases, often resulting in significant residual functional disability, yet vaccination coverage rates are very low. We need to change the way we think to ensure that we are getting the ‘Big 4’ vaccines to older people at a decent coverage rate.
Professor Paul Van Buynder and Associate Professor John Litt discuss the issues.
Daily brief video updates from Australian experts considering the content from the perspectives of interventional cardiology, cardiology, general medicine, cardiac nursing and general practice respectively.
Professor David Brieger, Professor John Atherton, Professor Louise Burrell, Professor Philip Newton, Dr Anita Sharma.
Key points for GPs from the 2018 Guidelines for the prevention, detection and management of chronic heart failure in Australia. Key points for GPs from the 2018 Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of atrial fibrillation in Australia.
Discussion: GP insights into the recently updated Heart Failure guidelines. Daily highlights of sessions from a cardiology, cardiac nursing and general practice perspective.
Professor John Atherton, Professor David Brieger, Professor Ralph Audehm, Associate Professor Gary Kilov, Professor Andrew Sindone, Professor Javed Butler, Professor Philip Newton.
Video highlights from the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology Congress focussing on the symposium: Evolving strategies in COPD. What’s on the horizon? Key insights for both specialists and GPs are offered from international experts.
Professor Christine McDonald, Dr Kerry Hancock, Professor David Price, Professor Peter Barnes, Professor Wisia Wedzicha.
Daily 90 second video updates by Australian experts from the perspectives of interventional cardiology, cardiology, general medicine, cardiac nursing and general practice respectively.
Professor David Brieger, Professor John Atherton, Professor Philip Newton, Dr Vivienne Miller, Dr Jeroen Hendricks.