28 Nov 2022

Androgen use, misuse and abuse

This interactive online case-based learning activity aims to support GPs in the assessment, investigation, diagnoses and management of clinical presentations involving the potential use, misuse and abuse of androgens in clinical practice.

28 Nov 2022

Managing male infertility: a case study

This interactive, online, case-based learning activity aims to assist GPs in the provision of clinical care for couples who present with male infertility. The case study explores possible causes and relevant clinical investigations. It also discusses various assisted reproductive treatment approaches.

28 Nov 2022

Androgen deficiency in younger males: a case study on Klinefelter Syndrome

This training activity outlines different clinical presentations relating to androgen deficiency in younger males. The knowledge gained will assist GPs in the diagnosis and management of androgen deficiency in their younger male patients. This activity focuses on the need to undertake genital examinations on young men presenting with symptoms of androgen deficiency (to exclude Klinefelter's syndrome) and outlines a systematic approach to the investigation and management of androgen deficiency.

28 Nov 2022

Androgen deficiency in the older male: a case study on metabolic syndrome

This training activity aims to assist GPs in discussing and managing older men who present with symptoms of low testosterone. The case study focuses on the ability to diagnose androgen deficiency and appropriate management of older men with low testosterone in the primary health care setting, including the prescription of testosterone according to PBS guidelines.

28 Nov 2022

A lot of Aboriginal men sort of keep it to themselves: communicating specific men's business

The aim of this training activity is to provide GPs with culturally appropriate education to enhance their knowledge to better engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male patients, in particular to discuss sensitive sexual health issues and the associations between chronic disease and erectile dysfunction.

28 Nov 2022

PSA testing in general practice: a case study approach

This interactive online case-based learning activity will support general practitioners to better understand, interpret and manage challenging prostate-specific antigen cases in general practice. The training activity will provide further education to GPs, providing clinical reasoning prompts to support decision making and indications for referral.

28 Nov 2022

Managing testicular disorders in general practice: a case study on testicular cancer

This training activity will assist GPs in the diagnosis and management of testicular disorders in their younger male patients. The case study focuses on recognising common and important conditions causing discomfort or swelling of scrotal contents, the investigation and management of testicular cancer as part of a multidisciplinary team and engaging the male patient with discussion of sensitive health issues.

28 Nov 2022

Chronic disease and erectile dysfunction: a case study

This training activity assists GPs in the provision of clinical care for older males who present with erectile dysfunction in association with chronic disease. The case study focuses on engaging men to discuss sensitive health issues and outlines a systematic approach to treatment of erectile dysfunction.

28 Nov 2022

Sexual health and ejaculation disorders: a case study on prostatitis and premature ejaculation

This training activity provides GPs with knowledge and communication strategies to assist in the diagnosis and management of young male patients presenting with sexual health and ejaculation disorders. The case study focuses on engaging young male patients about sexual health, the diagnosis and management of prostatitis and premature ejaculation, and involving partners in treatment of ejaculation problems.

28 Nov 2022

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in older males: a case study

This training activity provides a clinical overview and suggestions for communication strategies to assist GPs in the diagnosis and management of prostate problems in older male patients. The case study describes the presentation of a patient with lower urinary symptoms and outlines a systematic approach to management of benign prostatic hyperplasia in the general practice setting.

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