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2022 RACGP curriculum and syllabus
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The Abuse and violence: working with our patients in general practice provides the best-available current evidence for GPs
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Advice and guidelines for GPs and practice teams to help protect general practice information systems
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Our guidelines are now grouped by topic.
Browse the sections below for a complete listing of our clinical guidelines.
Abuse and violence: working with our patients in general practice, 5th edition, (the White book) was developed by general practitioners (GPs) and experts to ensure that the content is the most valuable and useful for health practitioners.
This guidance supports evidence-based decision making, reducing inappropriate referral and improving patient outcomes.
A guide that refers to the use of the internet and related electronic communication technologies to deliver mental health information, services and care
Hyperglycaemic emergencies may occur as the first presentation of diabetes (undiagnosed), as well as an acute metabolic decompensation in those already diagnosed
The subject of female genital cosmetic surgery (FGCS) has only recently been investigated in Australia.
This evidence-based resource assists GP and patient conversations on overused tests, overdiagnosed and overtreated conditions, and interventions with insufficient evidence. and avoiding low-value care.
Musculoskeletal conditions, particularly osteoarthritis, represented some of the diseases most commonly managed by Australian GPs
The Red book supports evidence-based preventive and screening activities in primary care.
List of available resources to help support GPs and their patients with the change to codeine becoming prescription only
These resources include a general practitioner (GP) checklist and pre-insertion and post-insertion patient checklists
Up-to-date, evidence-based information to help GPs and their teams provide high-quality care people with type 2 diabetes.
An accessible, user-friendly guide to best practice preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
By 2022, it is estimated that 6.2 million Australians older than 50 years of age will have osteoporosis or osteopenia, a rise of 31% from 2012.
A series of guidelines to help reduce misuse of pharmaceutical drugs and associated harms.
A patient information guide outlining the risks and potential benefits of prostate cancer screening.
The Green Book brings together evidence and lessons learned from the literature and real-life general practices to help implement preventive activities in primary care
More than one in three general practice patient encounters are with older people aged 65 years and over, and general practitioners (GPs) are increasingly seeing more older people in their practice.
Resources including a position statement, patient information and a template letter to CAM practitioners.
This guide has been designed to assist GPs and practice staff (the GP practice team) to work with patients on the lifestyle risk factors of smoking, nutrition, alcohol and physical activity (SNAP)
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) first developed Supporting smoking cessation: A guide for health professionals in 2011.
A suite of concise summaries on various clinical topics in genetics and genomics and is based on the best-available current evidence.