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More than 2,500 topics covering disorders encountered in clinical practice, integrated into a single product for your computer or mobile.


Printed volumes of common collections of topics, aggregated by clinical area. (Some book formats no longer available.)

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Therapeutic Guidelines is a leading source of independent, evidence-based, practical treatment advice to assist practitioners with decision making at the point-of-care.

Therapeutic Guidelines are regularly updated, based on the latest international literature, interpreted by Australia’s most respected experts, with input from an extensive network of general practitioners, pharmacists and other users.

The May 2022 content release includes extensively revised: 

  • Wilderness Medicine guidelines
  • Sore throat and Acute rheumatic fever topics.

For a summary of other practice-changing updates in the May 2022 release, see Updates. 

Independence is an essential feature of Therapeutic Guidelines. Funded only by subscribers, meaning no grants, advertising, shareholders or sponsors. To protect and maintain independence, a strict conflict of interest policy is in place.

Therapeutic Guidelines is an independent not-for-profit organisation. Its aim is to promote the quality use of medicines, which it does this through the development, publication and sale of Therapeutic Guidelines.

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Extensively revised Wilderness Medicine guidelines out now!

We are pleased to announce that the extensively revised Wilderness Medicine guidelines and Sore throat and Acute rheumatic fever topics […]

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Are you a junior doctor based in NSW? We want to hear from you.

Therapeutic Guidelines is currently working on an exciting project to understand how doctors in training use point of care resources. […]

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Nominations for Election to the Board of Therapeutic Guidelines Limited are sought

The constitution of Therapeutic Guidelines Limited stipulates that the Board shall comprise nine Directors. It is expected that the terms […]

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