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Cultural considerations when managing Chinese patients workshop

Thu 28th January @ 6:30 pm

Free

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) invites local GPs, primary care nurses and Allied Health Professionals to a workshop which aims to improve the capacity of general practitioners that work with patients from Chinese backgrounds. The program will include the cultural and cross cultural/generational considerations and strategies to integrate into management of patients and their families. Also includes the introduction of community information project on bowel screening in the Chinese population.

This education workshop will be held at the Epping Club.  There will also be an opportunity for participants to register for the live streamed webinar – details below.

Click here to view the event flyer.

 

To register to attend face to face at the Epping Club and fill in the registration form below.

To participate in the live-stream interactive webinar click here and fill in the registration form.

 

DATE:
Thu 28th January


TIME:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


VENUE:

NSW
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SPEAKERS:

Professor Danform Lim
Adj Prof University of Technology Sydney and Western Sydney University.
PhD(Med)(UNSW), EDBA(INE PAN), MBBS(UNSW), BSc(Med)(UNSW), BHltSc(CSU), DCH(Syd), ClinDipPallMed(RACP), GradDipAcup(RMIT), M.Med(Syd), M.AppSc(Acup)(RMIT), M.AppMgt(Health)(N’castle), RCMP(Acup&CHM), FRACGP, FASLM, FIML, Chartered Manager(UK/Aust), AFRACMA, FCHSM, FFACMA, FFCMASA, JP

Dr Denise Huang, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, General Practitioner

Cathy Yu, BSocSc (Psych) (Hons), GradDip (Psych) – Registered Psychologist, MAPS

TARGET AUDIENCE:

GPs, Practice Nurses and Allied Health Professionals

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Identify cultural considerations when treating and managing individuals from a Chinese background.
  • Outline strategies to apply to individuals from a Chinese background, to manage preconceived ideas, myths and expectations.
  • Determine the issues that first generation Chinese families encounter bringing up children and adolescents in an Australian culture.
  • Recommend Faecal occult blood tests via home test for the Bowel Check project – detect early, act early
COST:
There is no cost to attend this training or webinar.


ENQUIRIES:

Judy or Robi, Education Coordinators – 9432 8250 or events@snhn.org.au.



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