Given the breadth of knowledge demanded of the modern General Practitioner, please follow this link to ALL podcasts. A few episodes are, however, specifically tailored to General Practice:
#89 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander knowledge for the modern world with Prof Gregory Phillips
#82 Shared medical appointments with A/Prof John Stevens, health sociologist
#75 Ulcer and wound management with Terry Swanson, nurse practicioner
#34 OSCE RACGP exam preparation
#29 Assessing fitness to drive with Dr Genevieve Yates, GP
#6 Medicare benefits schedule (MBS): an overview for GPs
General Practice Notebook: a trusted, immediate reference resource for clinicians in the UK and internationally
HANDI is making effective non-drug treatments more visible and easier to use.
Wonca Global Family Doctor: practical evidence about real-life situations
Health Foundations: YouTube
POPGUNS Triage Process: pdf
MediCoach: Health coaching training for heal clinics from practice nurse, Kim Poyner
Lifestyle Medicine, 3rd Edition, Garry Egger, et al.
Lifestyle Medicine: Lifestyle, the Environment and Preventive Medicine in Health and Disease, Third Edition, is an adjunct approach to health practice that seeks to deal with the more complex modern determinants of chronic diseases—primarily lifestyle and the environments driving such lifestyles—in contrast to the microbial ‘causes’ of infectious disease.
Our lifestyle choices have a profound effect on our health. As we live longer, one thing is clear: many of us will spend time living with injury and chronic illness due to our own choices. Changes in health patterns typically follow shifts in living conditions. Disease patterns have changed worldwide, from infectious to chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. This change has been so emphatic—nearly 70% of all presentations to a doctor in modern western societies are now chronic disease related—that medical services are being forced to change to accommodate this.
Murtagh’s General Practice, John Murtagh et al. (FREE online textbook)
The gold standard reference for established doctors and new graduates and students in the fields of general practice and primary health care. This new edition is completely revised and expanded, and includes new diagnostic strategies for common presenting problems, significant updates on sexual health and cervical cancer screening, and updated information on mental health diagnosis and treatment.
This seventh edition builds on its influential legacy and has been thoroughly updated by the experienced author team, including new authors who bring a new generation of knowledge and diagnostic expertise to this authoritative title.
An ever-growing repertoire of scores and calculators, backed up by evidence, is collated by MDCalc. Scores can be filtered by specialty and frequently used calculators can be saved for later use.
Free. Medscape provides fast and accurate clinical answers at the point-of-care and is the leading medical resource for physicians, medical students, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Free. Designed to support Australian health professionals during emergencies
Free app which allows for a speedy search of Medicare its numbers
Free. The indispensable prescriber’s bible is now available as a constantly updated digital app. The interactions checker is a notable feature to provide guidance on polypharmacy.
Free. The social network for health. Connect with other people in the same health situation as you, learn from others’ experience, receive emotional support and more. There are more than 600 well-moderated communities, each focussed on a unique topic, from cancer to yoga and everything in between.
A huge database of medical resources in all branches of medicine. Includes lectures, podcasts, videos, animations and visualisations.
Start Back: Evidence-based implementation of stratified care – online training
ThinkGP: Australian online CPD education platform
IMreasoning: Apple Podcasts