Depression management (Nov 2017)
Depression is a common condition; one in five of us experience a form of depression at some stage in our lives. This could be you, a family member, or a mate.
No matter what your situation is, help is available. A good place to start is by talking with your doctor, a friend, or a family member you feel you can talk to. There are many resources available to help veterans and their families.
- Depression management (Nov 2017)
- Understanding chronic pain (Sep 2017)
- Wound care (Jun 2017)
- COPD – Keeping well this winter (Mar 2017)
- Reviewing the medicine routine (Nov 2016)
- Dementia and changes in behaviour (Sep 2016)
- The Annual Diabetes Cycle of Care (Oct 2015)
- Corticosteroids (May 2015)
- Talking about mental fitness - it's OK (Apr 2015)
- Medicines and hot weather (Nov 2014)
- The Anticholinergic Burden (Sep 2014)
- Chronic musculoskeletal pain (Mar 2014)
- Oral anticoagulants (Nov 2013)
- Statins (Sep 2013)
- Neuropathic Pain (Jun 2013)
- The Diabetes Cycle of Care (Mar 2013)
- Dermatitis (Nov 2012)
- Proton Pump Inhibitors (Aug 2012)
- Insomnia Management Update (Jun 2012)
- Renal impairment (Mar 2012)
- DVA Wound Care Module
- New Australian Pulmonary Rehabilitation Guidelines
- Not sure of the Home Medicines Review process?
- Dementia Awareness
- Latest Veterans’ MATES research looks at anticholinergic medicines and the risk of confusion
- Are you a GP wanting electronic access to your Veterans’ MATES materials?
Veterans’ MATES Report 2004 - 2010
This report provides an overview of the Veterans’ MATES program between June 2004 and May 2010. It demonstrates the program’s many achievements, and the impact of its initiatives in keeping veterans healthy.Download PDF