Authors

Jan Radford

Email: J.Radford@utas.edu.au

MBBS, MPsychMed, MEd, FRACGP, FARGP, GAID, AFANZAHPE, Churchill Fellow 2017, Associate Professor of General Practice, Launceston Clinical School, Tasmanian School of Medicine, University of Tasmania, Tas; General Practitioner, West Tamar Health, Tas; Provost, Tasmanian Faculty of the RACGP, Tas


Association of continuity of care with blood pressure control in patients with chronic kidney disease and hypertension

Reaching blood pressure targets in patients with chronic kidney disease is a challenge, but can be more easily achieved with greater continuity of care.


Chronic kidney disease monitoring in Australian general practice

There is room for improvement in monitoring patients with early chronic kidney disease when considering alignment with national guidelines.


Evolving worldwide approaches to lipid management and implications for Australian general practice

Guidelines on assessing and managing lipid disorders are evolving as new knowledge and treatments emerge to help health professionals and patients decide the best course of disease management.


Exercise as cardiovascular medicine

Physical inactivity is a major modifiable contributor to the global burden of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality.


Familial hypercholesterolaemia and cascade testing in general practice: Lessons from COVID-19

The recent increased public experience with epidemiological concepts such as contact tracing offers new potential to improve detection and management of familial hypercholesterolaemia.


Type 2 diabetes and the medicine of exercise: The role of general practice in ensuring exercise is part of every patient’s plan

Exercise is a safe and effective treatment modality to assist in the control of glucose levels and reduce complications for individuals with type 2 diabetes.