Update on gout management

Professor Nicola Dalbeth
22 March 2024
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Gout is a common and treatable form of inflammatory arthritis. Advances in gout management, particularly in the effective use of allopurinol and colchicine, help improve outcomes for New Zealanders with gout. In this webinar, Professor Nicola Dalbeth will provide a clinical update, and provide information about new resources for health providers to support effective gout management.

This video is a recording of the live webinar hosted by Mobile Health and presented by Professor Dalbeth on Thursday 14 March. It is suitable for all primary care health professionals.

This resource will not be available after 30 June 2024 as He Ako Hiringa is shutting down. If your organisation would like to host this resource please contact admin@akohiringa.co.nz


  • 00:00 - 02:02 Introduction
  • 02:02 - 42:56 Professor Nicola Dalbeth
  • 42:56 - 1:01:10 Q&A and closing


Professor Nicola Dalbeth is a specialist rheumatologist who holds dual appointments at Te
Whatu Ora (Te Toka Tumai-Auckland) and the University of Auckland. She leads a research
programme focusing on the mechanisms, impact, and treatment of gout. She has been
principal investigator of trials for novel therapeutic agents and treatment strategies in gout,
and has led international initiatives to define central concepts of the disease, including
nomenclature, staging, and response to treatment. She was a member of the core oversight
team for the 2020 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Gout Management Guidelines.

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