Let's talk gout

30 minutes to Watch
He Ako Hiringa
30 November 2021
Note: This educational resource is not intended as a treatment guide for gout; any clinical decisions regarding treatment remain the responsibility of the clinician.

Our Let's talk gout video demonstrates use of the three-step Ask, Build, Check health literacy model, through an acted discussion between a prescriber and a patient. The purpose of the video is to show how the ABC model can be incorporated into discussions about the long-term management of gout, to help improve outcomes. Throughout the video you'll see learning moments pop up, highlighting different steps of the model, as well as other important lessons to note.

Remember to link people to Arthritis New Zealand www.arthritis.org.nz/gout-arthritis for free support and advice about gout. Educators can be called on 0800 663 463 or a call back can be requested online at www.arthritis.org.nz/0800-arthritis-educator-call-back-form.

Please note that this is the video version of our Legendary Conversations podcast Episode Four: Let's talk gout (part 2).

Additional resources

Click the links below for more information about the ABC Health Literacy model discussed in this video.

More He Ako Hiringa gout resources can be found in our gout repository.

Reflection Activity: Learnings from Legendary Conversations

You can use the learning from this video, and our Legendary Conversations podcast series, for continuing professional development purposes. A guided independent reflection activity on gout is available to download and complete - click here.

Professional college endorsements

The College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ) has endorsed this course for 30 minutes of professional development.

This activity has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 0.5 CME credits for continuing professional development purposes (1 credit per learning hour). To claim your CPD credits, log in to your Te Whanake dashboard and record these activities under the appropriate learning category.

This activity has been endorsed by the PSNZ as suitable for inclusion in a pharmacist’s CE records for CPD purposes.

Professional College Endorsements