60 minutes to Delve

Explore your prescribing further with EPiC Reflect Gout. This activity helps you to delve into your EPiC data, contemplate your prescribing, reflect on your current practice, and set goals and actions. Available as an editable PDF document, EPiC Reflect helps you to incorporate your learning into your everyday practice.

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He Ako Hiringa
20 April 2022

Looking for up-to-date information on gout or biological medicines? You can find it in our resource hubs. We’ve linked resources from multiple providers into one place so it’s easy for you to find what you need - articles, datasheets, videos, podcasts, and more.

29 March 2022
90 minutes to Watch

In this recorded webinar, Professor Lisa Stamp explores the management of gout as a long-term condition and challenges old beliefs. Dr Noni Richards introduces the EPiC Gout dashboard and outlines how it can be used to highlight and address inequities. 

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Professor Lisa Stamp, Dr Noni Richards
25 February 2022
30 minutes to Listen

Episode three of our Legendary Conversations podcast is out now! Listen to three experts as they discuss attitudes towards gout and how to better communicate with patients to improve gout outcomes. 

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Professor Nicola Dalbeth, Carla White, Meihana Douglas
26 November 2021

The jury is in – usual gout care isn’t working well, especially for Māori and Pacific peoples, who are disproportionately affected by this common disorder.

What potential tools are readily available to reduce gout harm? Specific clinician actions!  

Read the bulletin here.

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He Ako Hiringa
26 October 2021

Looking for up-to-date information on gout? You can find it here!

We’ve linked resources from multiple providers into one place so it’s easy for you to find what you need.

 

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He Ako Hiringa
18 October 2021
21 minutes to Read + 24 minutes to Delve

Linda Bryant discusses gout, a chronic long-term condition that is often associated with other diseases, and with drug-related morbidity and mortality. As such, it needs to be addressed holistically as part of the psychosocial medical model.

30 September 2021