Resources

The following resources are for the use and information of our stakeholders.

  • Guidelines for the management of absolute cardiovascular disease risk - an intitiative of the NVDPA

    Cardiovascular disease | 10 May 2012

    The Guidelines for the Management of Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk make recommendations regarding the management of cardiovascular risk in Australian adults aged 45 years and over (35 years for A&TSI peoples) who have no previous history of CVD. (National Vascular Disease Prevention Alliance - Diabetes Australia; Kidney Health Australia; National Stoke Foundation; National Heart Foundation)

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  • The Stroke Foundation

    Cardiovascular disease | 10 May 2012

    The National Stroke Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that works with the public, government, health professionals, patients, carers and stroke survivors to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community.

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  • The Heart Foundation - Information for Professionals

    Cardiovascular disease | 10 May 2012

    The Heart Foundation aims to give up-to-date, high-quality information about cardiovascular health to the professional community.

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  • The Heart Foundation - Managing my Heart Health

    Cardiovascular disease | 10 May 2012

    Heart disease is preventable. In this section understand how your heart works, cardiovascular conditions, common risk factors of heart disease, and help on making better choices or planning for an emergency.

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  • The Asthma Foundation

    Asthma | 10 May 2012

    The Asthma Foundation of Victoria has for over 40 years provided advice, counselling, education and training to people with asthma, their carers, Health Professionals, First Aiders and the community.

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  • The Heart Foundation

    The Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Cardiovascular disease, Asthma | 08 May 2012

    The Heart Foundation saves lives and improves health through funding world-class cardiovascular research, guidelines for health professionals, informing the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease.

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  • Better Health Channel - Asthma and adults

    Asthma | 08 May 2012

    Asthma can develop when a person is middle-aged or older. This is called adult onset asthma. As people age, their lungs become less efficient. Adult onset asthma can speed up this deterioration of lung functioning.

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