Knowledge and perceptions of genetic cardiac disease amongst general practitioners: The Tasmanian experience

International Clinical Cardiovascular Genetics Conference, Brisbane 6-8 August 2014
Published in Heart, Lung and Circulation – Volume 23, Supplement 2, e1-e20
Abstract & full-text available.

Genetic cardiac diseases (GCDs) are becoming an increasingly specialised area. There is no information regarding the knowledge of GCDs amongst General Practitioners (GPs), who are likely to be co-managing these patients with cardiologists. We sought to find out what GPs knew about GCDs and their role in managing them.

Resource Library Item

This resource is available for registered members of CSANZ.

Click the button below to log in to HeartOne and access this resource. Please note that CPD credit is NOT automatically assigned for accessing resources directly.

Go to resource

Tags: , , , , ,

Interested in joining CSANZ?