Simplifying COPD Treatment – Associate Professor Rob Young

    Simplifying COPD Treatment

    GPCME, South

    Saturday August 10, 2019

    Presentation by:
    Associate Professor Robert Young
    Consultant Physician, Auckland Hospital

    In this Breakfast Symposium, Associate Professor Rob Young discusses the diagnosis of COPD and simplifying treatment in the New Zealand context. He also covers the benefits of dual bronchodilation, the place of inhaled corticosteroids and non-pharmacological treatment.

    Extended Prevention of Recurrent VTE

    Speaker: Dr Gordon Royle

    In this recording of a live webcast event held in August 2020, Dr Royle addressed an audience of GPs and nurse practitioners on extended prevention of recurrent venous thromboembolism in primary care with a focus on the recommendations in the THANZ 2019 VTE Guidelines.

    Gordon Royle is a graduate of Otago Medical School. After moving to Auckland he undertook a Masters in Molecular Biology, and went on to train in Haematology. For the last 19 years he has been working as a Haematologist and researcher at Middlemore Hospital, and is a senior lecturer at Auckland University's School of Medicine. A particular interest is Coagulation Haematology. His clinical research experience includes the role of PI in several new oral anticoagulant trials. Prior research experience includes seven years' molecular biology in the USA including two years at The Salk Institute.