Community Educational Events in the ACT
Hepatitis C treatment is simple, safe, and highly effective. Through interactive case study discussions, this free education session will provide practitioners in
Hepatitis C treatment is simple, safe, and highly effective. Through interactive case study discussions, this free education session will provide practitioners in primary and related care settings with an overview of hepatitis C management, including case finding, testing, patient assessment and treatment.
To attend, please register at: https://ashm.org.au/training_cat/hepatitis-c-in-primary-care-20220628/
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
12 Rue Street
19jul7:00 pm7:30 pmReproductive Options for Mitochondrial Disease - Mito Donation and BeyondJoin Professor David Thorburn on a closer look at mito donation and other reproductive options, designed to support conversations involving your patients’ family planning.7:00 pm - 7:30 pm Webinar
GPs are pivotal in diagnosing and managing mitochondrial disease (mito) patients. In response to requests for ongoing education, the Mito Foundation are delighted to launch a dedicated GP webinar series.
Designed to connect GPs to clinical specialists, this series explores various topics relevant to general practice, including diagnosing and managing mito. Case studies will be presented, and links to literature and resources will be provided for further reading. Our mito experts will present for approximately 20 minutes followed by an interactive Q&A.
The first webinar in the series
Understanding Mitochondrial Donation
Tuesday 19 July, 7:00pm (AEST)
Join Professor David Thorburn for a closer look at mitochondrial donation and other reproductive options designed to support conversations involving your patients’ family planning. Prof Thorburn will briefly revisit mitochondrial disease genetics before discussing prenatal diagnosis, preimplantation genetic testing, donor conception and mitochondrial donation.
Register now for the opportunity to submit your clinical question. Join us live for an interactive discussion or receive the link to the recording after the event.
|Register here for the July webinar|
The webinar series is comprised of the following:
Please register in advance to be reminded closer to the time. Register for an upcoming webinar
On average, 10 out of every 2,000 patients seen at a general practice have mitochondrial DNA mutations, which may lead to mitochondrial disease or disease involving mitochondrial dysfunction.
Let us help you provide them with evidence-based care and resources. Visit our Maybe It’s Mito GP education page.
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
In Vivo Academy invites you to the third of the Multimorbidity Webinar Series - “Multimorbidity and frailty” with Dr Jagdeesh Singh Dhaliwal (Clinical Director, Aged Care GP, Melbourne) as presenter and Emeritus
In Vivo Academy invites you to the third of the
Multimorbidity Webinar Series – “Multimorbidity and frailty” with Dr Jagdeesh
Singh Dhaliwal (Clinical Director, Aged Care GP, Melbourne) as presenter and
Emeritus Professor Mieke van Driel (General Practice Clinical Unit, The
University of Queensland) as Facilitator.
Multimorbidity with frailty is common, and both have been
associated with the risk of disability, hospitalisation and mortality and
increased health-related costs in the elderly population.(1,2) Age, sex and
socioeconomic position are reported risk factors, but management should have a
patient-centred, multidisciplinary approach.(3) Learn how to prioritise care
decisions and apply strategies that enhance patient–clinician communication.
1. Vetrano DL, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2019 Apr
23;74(5):659-666. 2. Vinjerui KH, et al. BMJ Open. 2020 Jun
15;10(6):e035070. 3. Rimmelzwaan LM, et al. Front Med (Lausanne). 2020
(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join Kidney Health Australia for an interactive case study for health professionals presented by nephrologist Dr Shaundeep Sen. Best practice
Join Kidney Health
Australia for an interactive case study for health professionals presented by nephrologist Dr Shaundeep
Sen. Best practice management goals for chronic kidney disease stage 3 will be addressed
along with some common issues experienced in CKD and when to refer patients to a
nephrologist, according to the recommended clinical indicators. RACGP CPDA 2 points Activity #339106. Enquiries: email@example.com.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Date: Saturday 6 August – Sunday 7 August 2022 Location: Online Availability
Date: Saturday 6 August – Sunday 7 August 2022
Availability: 200 tickets
by Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN), this year’s program consists of
a wide variety of topics to update knowledge and skills in paediatrics. The
focus is to highlight current advances in research and practice and to cover
changes in the management of paediatric problems.
What’s new in
workshops providing practical and actionable
education to implement back in your daily practice
presentations covering the
latest updates and insights on important paediatric problems
case discussions led by
senior specialists highlighting assessment and management of children with
common and not so common presentations.
Quiz facilitated by A/Prof Frank Martin
access to on-demand recordings
available exclusively to registered attendees (subject to presenter approval)
Join us for
an educational weekend of learning and walk away with practical insights to
implement into your daily practice treating children and young people.
are re-invested into educational resources at the Children’s Hospital for
training and development of healthcare professionals.
event may be eligible for tax deductions. Please consult your tax accountant or
visit the Australian Tax Office website for information.
6 (Saturday) 8:45 am - 7 (Sunday) 5:00 pm