Baker IDI

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  • 6 Hours
    of video

Selected lectures recorded at the Baker IDI meetings. Free access for Baker IDI guests. Click on Watch Now and enter your email address in the new window and click REDEEM.

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Why don't you download the Armchair Medical App. It has over 1,000 additional lectures available, it's free to trial and is free to download.

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Free 30 day trial is available to all new yearly registrations made via the App. Cancel within 30 days and pay nothing or continue to subscribe and get access to all 1,000+ existing lectures and all new content for the life of your membership.

About Armchair Medical: Our motto is The Best GP Lectures. Anywhere.

We aim to record the very best General Practice CPD lectures we can find and make them available to GPs wherever they live. Our Mobile Apps allow you to download lectures to your phone or tablet and take anywhere, our website has been designed for ease of use and integrates with Chromecast and Apple TV to allow lectures to be streamed to your TV.

Why not try it out for yourself free of charge. Download either the Apple or Android App and start your free 1 month trial today.

The Apple App https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to become member of our site, we recommend joining via a downloaded App as that will give you the opportunity to pay in your local currency unlike payments made via this website which are only in US dollars.

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Baker IDI

Selected lectures recorded at the Baker IDI meetings. Free access for Baker IDI guests. Click on Watch Now and enter your email address in the new window and click REDEEM.

Would you like to listen to these lectures (and many more) while commuting?

Why don't you download the Armchair Medical App. It has over 1,000 additional lectures available, it's free to trial and is free to download.

Download the App from the following links:

The Apple App can be downloaded from https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

Or search ARMCHAIR MEDICAL in the App Store.

Free 30 day trial is available to all new yearly registrations made via the App. Cancel within 30 days and pay nothing or continue to subscribe and get access to all 1,000+ existing lectures and all new content for the life of your membership.

About Armchair Medical: Our motto is The Best GP Lectures. Anywhere.

We aim to record the very best General Practice CPD lectures we can find and make them available to GPs wherever they live. Our Mobile Apps allow you to download lectures to your phone or tablet and take anywhere, our website has been designed for ease of use and integrates with Chromecast and Apple TV to allow lectures to be streamed to your TV.

Why not try it out for yourself free of charge. Download either the Apple or Android App and start your free 1 month trial today.

The Apple App https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to become member of our site, we recommend joining via a downloaded App as that will give you the opportunity to pay in your local currency unlike payments made via this website which are only in US dollars.

18 Videos

  • The epidemiology of the links between diabetes & CVD Prof Jonathan Shaw

    24m · Streamable only

  • Chronic disease in remote-living Aboriginal people in the context of epidemiologic and health transitions Prof Wendy Hoy

    28m · Streamable only

  • Politics of healthcare in the NT Dr Christine Connors

    22m · Streamable only

  • Renal complication of Diabetes Mellitus Dr Basant Pawar

    24m · Streamable only

  • The liver, diabetes and cardiovascular disease Assoc Prof Graeme Macdonald

    24m · Streamable only

  • Diabetic Eye Problems Dr Tim Henderson

    19m · Streamable only

  • Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and the impact on Type 2 Diabetes or the Perils of soft drink Prof Wendy Oddy

    22m · Streamable only

  • Smoking, cardiovascular disease and diabetes Dr Seana Gall

    29m · Streamable only

  • Tjukarurru Wangkantjaku (Doing things Right Way) -Insights from the Central Australian Renal Voice

    23m · Streamable only

  • GLP1 analogues preventing CVD Prof Jonathan Shaw

    18m · Streamable only

  • The challenges to managing & preventing obesity in indigenous children in Central Australia Dr Deb Fearon

    22m · Streamable only

  • Mechanisms of impaired cardiac function in Type 2 Diabetes Prof Tom Marwick

    20m · Streamable only

  • Chronic disease management in heart failure and heart diesease - nurse-led models of care Prof Melinda Carrington

    19m · Streamable only

  • High Blood Pressure Prof Mark Nelson

    17m · Streamable only

  • Rheumatic Heart Disease What's New Prof Graeme Maguire

    21m · Streamable only

  • Adolescent Health a global priority - for local action Prof Sandra Eades

    21m · Streamable only

  • Type 2 Diabetes in pregnancy and PANDORA Prof Louise Maple-Brown

    18m · Streamable only

  • Epigenetic variation, metabolic programming and diabetes in humans Prof Richard Saffery

    30m · Streamable only

You'll receive the following videos

  1. The epidemiology of the links between diabetes & CVD Prof Jonathan Shaw

    24m · Streamable only

  2. Chronic disease in remote-living Aboriginal people in the context of epidemiologic and health transitions Prof Wendy Hoy

    28m · Streamable only

  3. Politics of healthcare in the NT Dr Christine Connors

    22m · Streamable only

  4. Renal complication of Diabetes Mellitus Dr Basant Pawar

    24m · Streamable only

  5. The liver, diabetes and cardiovascular disease Assoc Prof Graeme Macdonald

    24m · Streamable only

  6. Diabetic Eye Problems Dr Tim Henderson

    19m · Streamable only

  7. Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and the impact on Type 2 Diabetes or the Perils of soft drink Prof Wendy Oddy

    22m · Streamable only

  8. Smoking, cardiovascular disease and diabetes Dr Seana Gall

    29m · Streamable only

  9. Tjukarurru Wangkantjaku (Doing things Right Way) -Insights from the Central Australian Renal Voice

    23m · Streamable only

  10. GLP1 analogues preventing CVD Prof Jonathan Shaw

    18m · Streamable only

  11. The challenges to managing & preventing obesity in indigenous children in Central Australia Dr Deb Fearon

    22m · Streamable only

  12. Mechanisms of impaired cardiac function in Type 2 Diabetes Prof Tom Marwick

    20m · Streamable only

  13. Chronic disease management in heart failure and heart diesease - nurse-led models of care Prof Melinda Carrington

    19m · Streamable only

  14. High Blood Pressure Prof Mark Nelson

    17m · Streamable only

  15. Rheumatic Heart Disease What's New Prof Graeme Maguire

    21m · Streamable only

  16. Adolescent Health a global priority - for local action Prof Sandra Eades

    21m · Streamable only

  17. Type 2 Diabetes in pregnancy and PANDORA Prof Louise Maple-Brown

    18m · Streamable only

  18. Epigenetic variation, metabolic programming and diabetes in humans Prof Richard Saffery

    30m · Streamable only