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  • Pregnancy advice and support


  • Treating severe acne


  • Eating disorders


  • Youth mental health


Pregnancy advice and support

Learn how to undertake a confidential discussion with patients presenting with concerns about a current pregnancy or a pregnancy that occurred in the preceding 12 months. GPs who complete this activity are eligible to use Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) item number 4001.

Treatment of severe acne

Severe acne can be devastating, with sufferers at risk of permanent scarring, depression and other psychosocial effects. Sign up to gplearning now to explore the key features of severe acne, treatment options and the range of patients that should be referred to a dermatologist.

Recognising eating disorders in general practice

Eating disorders are serious and potentially life-threatening mental illnesses. This activity aims to improve early detection and intervention by raising awareness of the signs and symptoms, helping GPs understand how to communicate with their patients about eating behaviours, and outlining the GP's role within the multidisciplinary care team.

Mental Health Skills Training with a focus on youth mental health

The Mental Health Skills Training with a focus on youth mental health active learning module (ALM) provides general practitioners (GPs) with the skills to recognise and assess mental illnesses and to prepare evidence-based GP mental health treatment plans.

Free activities

  • Australian Family Physician


  • Preventing liver cancer


Australian Family Physician

Test your medical knowledge and skills by completing AFP's Clinical Challenge. Each month, we present multiple choice questions based on Focus articles in each issue of AFP, and provide you with a chance to earn QI&CPD points.

Preventing liver cancer through diagnosis and management of hepatitis B

This activity focuses on how liver disease and liver cancer can be prevented. Primary care providers can play a key role in the testing, diagnosis and management of people with CHB.