2 August 2017
  • community
  • enews
  • august 2017
From 21 August 2017, residents from Sydney’s east aged between 50 and 80 are able to take part in the nature-based physical activity program
1 August 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • enewsletter
  • august 2017
From August 1 The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme will list Epclusa®.
31 July 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • enewsletter
  • august 2017
Sexually transmitted infections are alive and well with all sexually active men at risk of infections if they are having unprotected sex with casual partners, or their regular partner is having sex...
31 July 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • enewsletter
  • august 2017
Recently, every GP within Sydney Local Health District was sent a resource pack in the mail. Included was a copy of the new Sydney Local Health District Advance Care Planning Booklet and factsheet.
31 July 2017
  • community
  • enews
  • general practice
  • ahp
  • enewsletter
  • august 2017
Tooth decay – it’s the most common chronic disease in children and the most common reason why children are hospitalised for a general anaesthetic.
13 July 2017
  • community
  • enews
  • general practice
  • ahp
  • enewsletter
  • july 2017
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) produce a range of guidelines, information and advice for clinicians, patients and families.
12 July 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • ahp
  • enewsletter
  • july 2017
Practices need to be working towards the routine recording of patients’ cultural backgrounds, including self-identified Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander status in order to assist in...
12 July 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • enewsletter
  • july 2017
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District is developing a Hepatitis B Implementation Plan. SESLHD wishes to consult with GPs in the St George area who do not manage hepatitis B patients around the...
12 July 2017
  • enews
  • general practice
  • ahp
  • enewsletter
  • july 2017
The Cancer Council predicts liver cancer is to grow to become the fifth-most-common cause of cancer death in 2020 in Australian men and the sixth biggest killer in women.
12 July 2017
  • cervical
  • enews
  • general practice
  • enewsletter
  • july 2017
The National Cervical Screening Program aims to reduce cervical cancer cases, as well as illness and death from cervical cancer in Australia.