Cremorne GP Group
DATE: The first group for 2017 is meeting on 28 February at 6pm. The GP support group meets on the last Tuesday of every month from 6pm.
VENUE: Northside Cremorne
GPs see many challenging complex cases, and can sometimes be unsupported in managing this. We recognise that part of looking after our patients means also looking after ourselves and developing skills to manage these “heart sink”, complex and challenging situations.
We also recognise there are few support groups specifically for this purpose in NSW.
GPs bring complex and challenging cases to discuss during the meetings, covering situations such as:
- “heart sink” patients
- substance issues
- personality issues
- anxiety, depression, psychosis
- complex psycho-social situations
The focus is not solely on the complexity of the case, but also explores the impact that managing these issues has on practitioners.
FACILITATOR: Psychiatrist Dr Joe Dunn, who provides valued specialist input.
TARGET AUDIENCE: GPs, including GP registrars.
CPD: CPD points for small group learning are available.
MORE INFORMATION: Please contact May at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New COPD online training modules on COPD medicines, inhaler device technique and more
PROVIDER: Lung Foundation Australia
In our quest to provide best-practice tools for health professionals Lung Foundation Australia has released new individual training modules on various Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) topics.
REGISTRATION: For further information visit http://lungfoundation.com.au/health-professionals/training-and-education/ or contact Laura Guthrie: email@example.com
AAMP Online Learning Centre
This resource has been developed with the support of a grant from the Australian Government Department of Health.
The eLearning modules provide a basic overview of the skills and areas of knowledge required successfully to manage a Healthcare Practice.
CLICK HERE to access.
The Advance Project
PROVIDER: The Advance Project is in conjunction with Hammond Care, Care Search, The University of Sydney, The University of Queensland, UTS, The University of Wollongong, Austin Health Ongoing
Advance is a free toolkit of screening and assessment tools and a training package, specifically designed to support nurses in Australian general practices to work with general practitioners (GPs) to initiate advance care planning (ACP) and palliative care in everyday general practice.
The Advance Toolkit consists of six screening and assessment tools and a Guide, which indicates how to implement the screening tools in a systematic way in general practice. The toolkit was informed by a literature review of the best available evidence about tools to support palliative care and ACP in general practice, as well as input from our expert advisory group and feedback from general practice nurses, general practitioners and Carers Australia.
Advance aims to enable better care outcomes in Australian GP practices through:
- enabling earlier consideration and uptake of ACP
- enabling more efficient use of GP and nurse time in providing palliative and supportive care
- enabling more appropriate and timely referrals to specialist palliative care services if required
- increasing confidence and comfort levels for general practice nurses (GPNs) in initiating conversations with patients and their carers about screening for supportive care needs and ACP
What are the benefits of Advance for general practice?
The Advance training package will help general practice nurse(s) to work with GPs to initiate ACP and, where appropriate, palliative care for elderly and/or chronically ill patients within the practice.
- Help break down some of the barriers to ACP in general practice
- Enable the practice to more efficiently:
- identify patients who might be at risk of deteriorating and dying
- assess and address the supportive care needs of patients who might be at risk of deteriorating and dying
- assess and address the needs of carers of patients who might be at risk of deteriorating and dying
- Help identify patients who might benefit from early referral to specialist palliative care services.
MORE INFORMATION: For more information please contact the Advance project team at AdvanceProject@hammond.com.au
REGISTRATION: To register, please visit https://www.caresearch.com.au/caresearch/tabid/4087/Default.aspx
Diploma in Child Health for Primary Health Networks
PROVIDER: Coawarded by the the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN) and the University of Sydney.
Treating children and young people is a privilege. It requires a solid foundation of knowledge and perpetual learning to ensure that the latest evidence is applied in daily practice to ensure the best health outcomes.
The Diploma in Child Health (DCH) provides this in a one year, annually updated course that reaches out to share expertise from The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network.
DCH is a readily accessible comprehensive overview of paediatrics from neonates to adolescents. It provides the opportunity to refresh and expand paediatric knowledge through connecting with experienced clinicians in each field. Feedback from Participants and Alumni reinforces the enormous benefits of DCH in their day to day practice.
Becoming part of the DCH Alumni extends the benefits of DCH through life long free access to this clinically relevant and readily applicable course. New search functionality will enable DCH to be used for clinical decision support with availability on any device with internet connectivity.
CLICK HERE for more information or to enrol.
Evidence Based Relaxation Therapy: Physiological & Psychological Benefits
Family Planning NSW – New National Cervical Cancer Screening Updates for Clinicians
PROVIDER: Family Planning NSW
- The National Cervical Cancer Screening Program will change from 1 May 2017. Doctors, nurses and midwives will need to ensure they are up to date on all the changes and Family Planning NSW is offering a range of educational updates. The New National Cervical Cancer Program one-hour session is designed for doctors, nurses and midwives to provide an update on the changes to the National Cervical Cancer Screening Program which will come into place from 1 May 2017. The session will include a presentation on the new Guidelines for the Management of Screen-Detected Abnormalities in Specific Populations and Investigation of Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding, a brief demonstration on the new cervical screening test incorporating HPV DNA and liquid based cytology sampling techniques, orientation to the updates resources and an interactive Q&A session. The session can be delivered as a face to face session or as a webinar to ensure all clinicians in NSW have access to the sessions, no matter where they are located.
- Cervical Cancer Screening Case Discussion sessions are designed for doctors, nurses and midwives to work through case-based scenarios with a focus on practical topic areas including under and never-screened women, young women and women with abnormal vaginal bleeding, transition of women from the current program into the new program, interpretation and communication of results as well as referral and follow-up for screen-detected abnormalities. Doctors and nurses will have a chance to submit case studies to be discussed as part of this session. This session can be delivered as a 30 minute face to face session or as a webinar to ensure all clinicians in NSW have access to the sessions, no matter where they are located.
- Updated GP Upskilling and Well Women’s Screening Courses – launching in July 2017, the updated cervical cancer screening courses are for doctors and nurses who wish to develop their skills and confidence in cervical screening. These sessions will include theory on cervical screening, simulation of cervical screening and a practical component with a practice patient enabling each participant to refine their skills in performing cervical screening including a speculum examination.
All courses will be accredited CPD with RACGP and ACCRM.
REGISTRATION: To register please contact Family Planning NSW Education Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE INFORMATION: For more information on any of the Cervical Cancer Renewal Updates, please contact Family Planning NSW Education Services at email@example.com
HETI – Mental Health Higher Education and Training in Psychiatric Medicine
PROVIDER: Health Education and Training Institute (HETI)
The NSW Institute Of Psychiatry has redesigned its former mental health higher education programs into two new contemporary higher education frameworks, commencing in February 2017. The frameworks of Psychiatric Medicine and Applied Mental Health Studies are cutting edge and will enable mental health practitioner students to study in inter-professional courses, with grounded application to their varied areas of mental health practice.
The Psychiatric Medicine Framework provides an innovative approach to general practitioner mental health education as this course has been developed to provide learning pathways for medical practitioners in their respective fields.
The Psychiatric Medicine Framework facilitates inter-professional collaboration and offers students the opportunity to study alongside and learn from other medical specialists. This includes:
- General Practitioners
- Psychiatry Trainees
- Rural and Remote Medicine Specialists
While the Psychiatric Medicine course is designed to meet the Stage 1 and 2 course requirements of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College Psychiatrists (RANZCP) for psychiatry trainees, all teaching and learning assessments are focused on application to respective medical practice. The developed therapeutic electives will ensure that the learning needs of General Practitioners and Rural and Remote Medicine Specialists are similarly met. The learning pathways for General Practitioners and for Rural and Remote Medicine Specialists have been designed in consultation with the Royal Australian College General Practitioners (RANZCP) and with the Australian College Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and with reference to their curricula.
There are scholarships available for NSW based general practitioners to support their study in Psychiatric Medicine. Information on these opportunities are found here.
HETI has recently been registered as a higher education provider by the national regulatory body that oversights higher education, the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA). This achievement was made possible by the transition of NSW Institute of Psychiatry (NSWIOP) to become a Mental Health Portfolio of HETI. This transition is expected to be completed by 1 January 2017. It is a first in Australia for a state health entity to be registered and has some significant opportunities for developing learning pathways for the health workforce.
REGISTRATION: Visit Psychiatric Medicine Framework, Applied Mental Health Studies, or contact either Dr Rod McKay at Rod.firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Amanda Rosso Buckton at Amanda.email@example.com.
ENQUIRIES: Should further detail on the courses be needed, please contact:
The Emergency Medicine Research Short Course
JULY – OCTOBER 2017
PROVIDER: School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University and The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre
DATES: The course commences Monday 24 July 2017. The subjects incorporates both online learning and four face-to-face compulsory block days.
- Monday 7 & Tuesday 8 August 2017
- Monday 9 & Tuesday 10 October 2017
VENUE: Online learning and the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, The Alfred Centre, Melbourne
This course is equivalent to two postgraduate units. It provides students with a thorough understanding of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) and Research Methods (RM) in the emergency medicine setting. EBM aims to equip students with the necessary skills to identify and incorporate the best available research evidence to their clinical training and clinical practice. RM enables students to acquire the necessary practical skills to design and conduct a research project.
- Introduction to research methods used in observational studies
- Practical skills required in the design and assessment of a research project
- Protocol design, including study type selection, introduction to questionnaire design, sampling methods, and ethics approval
- Planning data management and statistical analysis and developing a study budget
- Introduction to the role of qualitative research
Evidence Based Medicine
- Appropriately formulate answerable clinical questions
- Scientific literature search
- Critical appraisal of scientific literature and evidence based guidelines
- Application of research to clinical practice
- Barriers to changing practice
- Advanced trainees in Emergency Medicine
- Clinicians with an interest in Emergency Medicine Research
- Successful completion satisfies regulation 4.10 requirements of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM)
COST: Fees apply and payment options and plans are available
ENQUIRIES: Jess Callaghan – email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 9903 0305.
MORE INFORMATION: Please visit http://www.med.monash.edu.au/sphpm/creps/seminars.html
REGISTRATION: Registrations for semester 2 2017 are now open. To register visit http://ecommerce.med.monash.edu.au/product.asp?pID=728&cID=1&_ga=1.121622602.371017994.1488411804&c=24743
2017 GP Education – North Shore Private Hospital
JULY 2017 – OCTOBER 2017
PROVIDER: North Shore Private Hospital
DATE: Various Dates – 6.30pm – 9.00pm
VENUE: North Shore Private Hospital – Westbourne Street, St Leonards 2065
This series of GP education sessions will be covering a range of topics and specialties to meet your learning needs, featuring specialists from North Shore Private, Castlecrag and Hunters Hill Private Hospitals.
- 9 March – Obstetrics: Cervical screening, perinatal diagnosis, high risk pregnancies, gestational diabetes and ADIPs criteria
- 4 April – Neurology: Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- 4 May – Respiratory medicine and paediatric sleep studies: Adult and paediatric sleep studies
- 16 May – Plastics: Ulcer management
- 17 June (full day) – Orthopaedic Active Learning Module: Category 1 event
Other dates in this series will include:
27 July – 10 August – 12 September – 26 September – 17 October
Click here for event flyer.
ENQUIRIES: For more information please email Wendy Bierer, BiererW@ramsayhealth.com.au or call on 0419 201 105.
REGISTRATION: To register please email Wendy Bierer, BiererW@ramsayhealth.com.au or call on 0419 201 105.
Blue Knot Foundation
JULY 2017 – NOVEMBER 2017
The Blue Knot Foundation provides professional development training around trauma.
Training topics include: Trauma-Informed Care and Practice in Domestic and Family Violence Services; Integrating trauma-informed practice when working with clients affected by AOD; Supporting Practice with Complex Trauma Clients; and Recognising and responding to vicarious trauma.
CLICK HERE for a list of workshops in 2017.
General Practice Training and Education Conference 2017 (GPTEC 2017)
Provider: The Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Network
Date: Tuesday, 15 – Thursday, 17 August 2017
GPs are the cornerstone of Australia’s healthcare system and are vital to local communities. Providing high quality training to ensure doctors become skilled and confident GPs is critical for community health and sustainability.
It takes a team of people to develop a strong GP workforce; including medical educators, GP supervisors, practice staff, training organisation staff, cultural educators and numerous stakeholders and other medical personnel.
This year’s conference theme ‘Building Communities: Bricks | Mortar | Imagination’ explores the powerful role of these ‘learning communities’ and their impact on developing and shaping our next generation of GPs.
Cost: More details here.
Enquiries: For any further infromation please contact the Registration Manager at +61 2 9368 1200 or by email at email@example.com
Registration: To register, please visit the registration page.
“Clinical Trials – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” Q&A style event
Provider: The Australian Society of Stem Cell Research (ASSCR)
Date: Thursday 17 August 2017
Time: 6pm – 8 pm
The evening is discussing controlled clinical trials compared to observational, evidence-based studies. The many important roles and responsibilities associated with human clinical trials. These range from the principle investigator, the role of ethics and law, funding and regulation, the role of the media, and the responsibilities to the patients, as well as the patient’s responsibility as a participant in a clinical trial.
Cost: Free for all
Enquiries: For any further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0430353301.
RSVP: Please RSVP by Friday the 11th of August 2017
Registration: To register, please contact email@example.com or 0430353301.
Click here for event flyer.
Date: 17th-18th August 2017
Time: 8.45am – 4.30pm
Venue: Lifeline Northern Beaches, 310 Sydney Road, Balgowlah
Life line’s DV-alert* (Domestic Violence Response Training) is a national recognised training program that enables health, allied health and community frontline wor kers to confidently:
- RECOGNISE signs of domestic and family violence (DFV)
- RESPOND with appropriate care
- REFER people experiencing or at risk of domestic and family violence to appropriate support services
Who is eligible to attend? All health, allied health and community frontline workers
Cost: The training fee is waived for health, allied health and community frontline workers.
Enquiries: Liz Whyte 02 9949 5522 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrations: To register, please click here.
Healthcare Leaders Forum
DATE: 22 & 23 August 2017
VENUE: Swissotel Sydney, 68 Market Street Sydney
The Healthcare Leaders Forum is a prestigious annual event crafted exclusively for – and presented by – senior executives from Australia’s healthcare industry.
- Hear the latest thinking on what the market conditions will be for healthcare
- Acquire actionable insights for your healthcare organisation in a changing, consumer-led world
- Gain exposure to new strategic concepts, companies and thought leaders from across the healthcare industry
- Engage with powerful ideas, people and perspectives in one place at one time
- Discuss forward-thinking trends, case studies and healthcare imperatives
- Network in the ideal executive environment where CEOs talk to CEOs
- Determine what is next for healthcare in Australia
Keynote speakers include:
- Dr John Lambert, Chief Clinical Information Officer of eHealth NSW
- Dr Richard Ashby AM, Chief Executive of Metro South Hospital and Health Service
- Dr Rachel David, Chief Executive Officer for Private Healthcare Australia
- The Hon Bronwyn Pike, Chair for Western Health
- Paddy Phillips, Chief Medical Officer & Chief Public Health Officer for SA Health
- Dr Sue Matthews, Chief Executive Officer for Royal Women’s Hospital
- Cathy Ford, Chief Digital Officer for eHealth Queensland.
REGISTRATION: Register online here or call 02 8004 8590.
MORE INFORMATION: Please visit http://healthcareleaders.com.au/
Dying to Know Day
Date: Wednesday 23rd August 2017
Time: 10am – 12pm
Venue: 97-115 River Road, Greenwich NSW 2065
What are you dying to know?
Join us as we discuss difficult topics including
end of life care, death and dying. Conversations will cover Palliative Care, Advanced Care Planning and much more.
- Prof Melanie Lovell – Palliative Care Specialist
- Dr Stephen Ginsborg – General Practitioner Board Member of Sydney North Primary Health Network
- Kelly Arthurs – Palliative Care Clinical Nurse consultant
RSVP: By Wednesday 16 August to Gerri Marr
Enquiries / Registrations: For further information or to register, please contact email@example.com or 8788 3961
12th Annual Allied Health Conference
PROVIDER: Supported by NSW Health, HETI, S.A.R.R.A.H, Hesta, Health Sciences Australia, Indigenous Allied Health Australia, AHPA and Allied Health Australia
DATE: 26-29 August, 2017
VENUE: Sydney International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
Allied Health professionals from every service setting – private sector, public health, non-government organisations and government agencies – will consider solutions to the challenges posed by major health reforms such as the NDIS, the management of chronic diseases, and the interface between acute and primary care.
The conference will explore the theme Allied Health: Stronger Together and will highlight the place of Allied Health in the health continuum through a number of subthemes including Responsive Services, Reliable Systems and Resilient Workforce.
- Hear from a range of eminent speakers exploring current and emerging issues shaping the future for Allied Health.
- Attend pre- and post-conference workshops.
- An exciting opportunity to network with an extensive range of key decision-makers and practitioners.
- Learn about the industry’s products and services from our impressive range of exhibitors.
Support is requested for submission of abstracts and staff attendance to show case the excellent work occurring across NSW Health to support allied health professional practice and service delivery. Abstracts can be submitted via the conference website, with submissions closing 17 March 2017.
- 2 day early bird – $650
- 2 day – $750
- 1 day – $400
- 2 day student – $600
- 1 day student – $350
MORE INFORMATION: Click here for event flyer.
ENQUIRIES: For more information visit https://secure.hotelnetwork.com.au/12thnationalalliedhealthconference/home
REGISTRATION: To register visit http://secure.hotelnetwork.com.au/12thnationalalliedhealthconference/mailinglist
Pressure Injury Prevention for Spinal Cord Injured Patients
Provider: Royal North Shore Hospital
Date: Wednesday 30 August 2017
Time: 8.30 am to 4.30pm
The Pressure Injury you see is only the tip of the iceberg. Join our multidisciplinary team to look further beneath the surface and improve your assessment & treatment of pressure injuries in the spinal cord injured patient.
Venue: Royal North Shore Hospital Norman Nock Room 2 Level 5– Kolling Building
Target Audience: All health professionals
Cost: NSLHD employees free of charge as advertise in My Health Learning. External Participants (incl. GST) $150
Enquiries: For any further information please contact Lucija Lavrencic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9463 2754.
Registration: To register, please contact Lucija Lavrencic at email@example.com or 02 9463 2754.
Nurses new to General Practice
SEPTEMBER 2017 – OCTOBER 2017
Date and Venue:
- Tamworth 1-2 September
- Wollongong 15-16 September
- Taree 22-23 September
- Newcastle 13-14 October
2 day workshop 8:45am to 5pm
APNA is thrilled to deliver the highly regarded Foundations of General Practice Nursing Workshops Australia-wide. Developed and facilitated by local nurse leaders, this highly interactive two day workshop will provide an overview of the knowledge and key skills required by nurses new and transitioning into general practice.
Cost: APNA member: $320, Non-member: $420
Target Audience: Nurses new to GP
Enquiries: For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration: To register, please click here.
Harm Minimisation Workshop – Pharmacy Connect 2017
PROVIDER: Pharmacy Connect
DATE: Friday 1 September 2017
VENUE: Level 1, Hilton Sydney
This workshop is an interactive opportunity to review, revise and renew your knowledge of substance addiction. This is particularly relevant given upcoming changes to codeine rescheduling and media attention on drug use. The workshop will be a fantastic forum to hear from experts and peers in the field and understand how these issues relate to community pharmacy and your everyday practice.
- Naloxone – all you need to know
- Responding to codeine dependence after the change
- Addiction and the GP
- ‘Fighting The Dragon With Luck’ documentary
- Q&A session
- Dr Marianne Jauncey – Medical Director, Uniting Sydney Medically Supervised Injecting Centre
- Dr Suzanne Nielsen – Senior Research Fellow, University of NSW
- Dr Hester Wilson – Staff Specialist in Addiction, The Langton Centre
- Angelo Pricolo – Community Pharmacist
COST: $77.00 for delegates | $88.00 for non-delegates (includes afternoon tea)
REGISTRATION: To register, please visit http://www.pharmacyconnect.com.au
All in the Mind
PROVIDER: The Northside Group
DATE: Saturday, 2 September 2017
VENUE: Hotel Urban Sydney, 194 Pacific Highway (Cnr Bellevue Ave), Greenwich NSW 2065
The Northside Group proudly present an active learning module in mental health. The themes included in this ALM have been developed after reviewing previous GP feedback, participating GP’s topic suggestions and discussion with contributing specialists.
Please join us for case discussions, role plays and developing care pathways with our expert team.
Please join us for an opportunity for case discussions, role plays, and developing care pathways with our expert team.
REGISTRATION: Register your expressions of interest with: Email CorryL@ramsayhealth.com.au – Call Louisa Corry on 02 9433 3521
CLICK HERE FOR EVENT FLYER
‘Duchenne ACTT Now’ conference
PROVIDER: Duchenne Foundation
DATE: Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 September 2017
VENUE: Waterview Sydney Olympic Park
This two-day conference is aimed at all the professionals that care for those living with Duchenne.
The program will certainly be an exciting one with concurrent sessions and workshops to cater for everyone. We will hold the first Australian ‘Round Table’ with clinicians, researchers, and industry to work together to resolve issues that are pertinent across Australia: improving clinical trial capacity, clinical care standards and access to emerging therapies.
Spaces are limited so please register ASAP to avoid missing out. Registrations close 30th of August.
REGISTRATION: Please follow this link to register http://bit.ly/2uwVv4p
Australasian Doctors’ Health Conference 2017
PROVIDER: Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (NSW) in conjunction with the Australasian Doctors’ Health Network.
DATE: 14 – 16 September 2017
VENUE: Luna Park Sydney
Milsons Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2061
TARGET AUDIENCE: Doctors, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, dentists, veterinarians and allied health workers in the medical industry.
You are invited to attend the Australasian Doctors’ Health Conference 2017, hosted by the Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (NSW) in conjunction with the Australasian Doctors’ Health Network.
The three day exciting and informative program features keynote addresses by our International speaker Dr Julie Chilton. Concurrent sessions will be scheduled and both invited presentations and free papers will be delivered during the event as well as other interactive workshops.
Call for abstracts open in December 2016 and registrations open on 1 March 2016.
Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference
Provider: The Cancer Institute NSW
Date: 14 September 2017
Time: 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
Venue: Wentworth Ballroom, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61–to 101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
The sixth annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference is coming up.
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr Graham Warren Associate Professor of the Hollings Cancer Centre, Medical University of South Carolina. Dr Warren’s research interests involve understanding the effects of tobacco and tobacco-related products on outcomes in people with cancer. His keynote will focus on the impact of smoking on cancer treatment response, and smoking cessation support for people with cancer.
Enquiries: For further information contact Sheetal Challam at email@example.com
Registration: To register please visit click here.
Lifestyle Medicine 2017
PROVIDER: The Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM)
DATE: 15-17 September
VENUE: Manly, Sydney
The Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM) and partner organisations are proud to invite you attend to the second international scientific conference on Lifestyle Medicine in clinical practice and health policy to be held in Australasia.
The conference features a ‘how to’ multidisciplinary clinical focus designed for doctors and allied health practitioners, blended with a deep exploration of determinants and systemic issues for public health physicians and health policy professionals. Topped off with a scientific stream with a focus on translational research for innovative and more effective practice.
REGISTRATION: To register, please visit https://www.lifestylemedicine.org.au/conference/
Day Course (9-5) on Infection Prevention & Control
Provider: Marjen Education Services
Date: Three dates available – Tuesday 19th / Wednesday 20th / Thursday 21st
- Triage & suspect flu/gastro/measles, Precautions, Immunisation, Clinical Waste, Sharps Injury (90 mins)
- Competency checking for Hand hygiene, use of PPE for both flu and spills, cleaning, body fluid spills (2 hours)
- Aseptic procedure principles & best practice for hand hygiene, glove changes and surface cleaning (30 minutes)
- Multiresistant Organisms, MRSA, cleaning/disinfection post patient (30 minutes)
- Instrument processing (2 hours in total or 1 hr if you do not performing instrument sterilisation at work)
CPD: This day session has been allocated 8 CPD hrs and assists achieve reaccreditation requirements in Infection Control Features
Cost: $330 ($220 if non working or attending with a full fee paying colleague
Enquiries: For any further information, please contact Margaret Jennings firstname.lastname@example.org or 0404 088 754.
Lifeline’s DV-alert (Domestic Violence Response Training)
DATE: 12th & 13th October 2017
TIME: 8.45am-4.30pm each day
VENUE: Lifeline Northern Beaches, 310 Sydney Road, Balgowlah
Lifeline’s DV-alert* (Domestic Violence Response Training) is a national recognised training program that enables health, allied health and community frontline workers to confidently:
- RECOGNISE signs of domestic and family violence (DFV)
- RESPOND with appropriate care
- REFER people experiencing or at risk of domestic and family violence to appropriate support services
ENQUIRIES: Liz Whyte 02 9949 5522 – email@example.com
REGISTRATION: Direct booking link: http://www.dvalert.org.au/what-we-offer/workshop-schedule/nsw
21st Annual Congress of the Australasian Menopause Society
PROVIDER: Australasian Menopause Society
DATE: 13-15 October 2017
VENUE: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
The 2017 Congress at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is designed to cut through the myths, prejudices and misconceptions surrounding menopause in favour of a rigorous, evidence-based approach to its management.
From Helsinki, Tomi Mikkola will present new evidence about cardiovascular risks associated with hormone therapy, as well as some exciting data on pelvic floor disorders. Leading Australian physicians will also bring you right up to date, boosting your confidence in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders associated with menopause and ageing.
COST: Click here to see registration fees.
TARGET AUDIENCE: GP, Nurse, Allied Health Worker, Retiree, Student Congress…
ENQUIRIES: For any questions or additional information, please contact: Project Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION: To register please visit the registration page.
Orthogeriatrics: A multidisciplinary approach
PROVIDER: St Vincents Hospital
DATE: Two dates for 2017 – 19 April or 17 October
TIME: 8.30am – 4.00pm
VENUE: St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst
A study day that aims to provide participants with the advanced theoretical knowledge and skills necessary to provide specialised care to complex, orthgeriatirc patients, within a multidisplinary environment.
COST: $121 (incl. GST)
TARGET AUDIENCE: Nurses and allied health professionals
ENQUIRIES: Peter Jones, email@example.com
REGISTRATION: Click here to register
DV-alert Awareness Session
DATE: Thursday, 19th October
VENUE: Lifeline Northern Beaches, 318 Sydney Rd, Balgowlah
Lifeline is committed to raising the awareness of domestic and family violence.
DV-alert awareness sessions are two-hour interactive presentation where individuals and groups can talk about the issue of domestic violence and what they can do to help make a difference.
ENQUIRIES: Liz Whyte, Lifeline Northern Beaches, 9949 5522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION: Booking link: http://www.dvalert.org.au/what-we-offer/workshop-schedule/nsw