Occupational Lung Disease Presentation
Occupational lung disease - investigating lung disease cause by silca exposure
I-MED Radiology aims to assist in improved patient outcomes by providing GPs with relevant, current and evidence based medical imaging education and information. This update will focus on occupational lung disease caused by silca exposure.
Dr Catherine Jones, Radiologist
Treating Heart Failure Wholeheartedly
This interactive meeting will challenge the way you look at patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF). It will focus on the importance of identifying patients with mild to moderate symptoms who are already being treated for HFrEF and how to practically intervene.
The meeting will include Information of the renal considerations when treating heart failure.
Participants will have the opportunity to share and learn tips and tricks to optimising switching medication and titrating dosage, allowing for true peer-to-peer interaction.
Dr Kalam and Dr Carney
GPs are invited to attend a Psychiatry Masterclass presented by Dr Llew Lewis - Clinical Director of Adult Community Mental Health and three of our Psychiatry Staff Specialists.
- Update on Management of Borderline Personality Disorder
- Navigating CAHMS referral pathway / School Refusal -Not a DMA Diagnosis but a Real Problem
- Perinatal Considerations in Mental Health
- BPAD1 vs BPAD11 -Similarities and Differences in Management
We look forward to you joining us.
Morning Tea will be provided.
Please RSVP by Tuesday 26th November 2019.
RACGP Activity number: 176863. Approval for 7 Category 2 CPD points.
Your registration will be confirmed either via email or fax within 48 hours of receipt and a reminder sent pre event. Please be sure to check your Junk email folder. Please contact GP Liaison unit if you do not receive this confirmation. Registrations close 72 hours prior the event.
A waiting list will be created, and successful registrations notified. A minimum of 24 hours notice is required to cancel.
Register by emailing GP Liaison Unit gpliaison [at] act.gov.au or Fax: 5124 5935
Targeted radiology for the Podiatrist and Physio: Enhance your clinical skills
The two presenters for the event with be:
- Dr Neha Singh, Radiologist I-MED Radiology Network
- Dr Gawel Kulisiewicz, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Orthopaedics ACT
Please check the attachment for further information.
Dr Neha Singh, Radiologist I-MED Radiology Network and Dr Gawel Kulisiewicz, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Orthopaedics ACT
Ear and Hearing Health
The Course in Ear and Hearing Health is designed to develop the knowledge and skills to be able to safely assess and manage ear health, in relation to a range of conditions, based on detailed knowledge of the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the auditory system.
The Course in Ear and Hearing Health aims to provide eligible students specific skills and knowledge to perform ear health examinations and provide basic point-of-care hearing evaluations.
The course provides knowledge to allow successful students to provide management strategies and understand referral pathways for specialist care in relation to a range of conditions, based on detailed knowledge of the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the auditory system.
Vocational outcomes include enhanced clinical practice, addition of skills to scope of practice, ear health assessment clinician.
Specialists skills include point of care hearing assessment, otoscopy and wax removal.