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How to identify and manage a patient at moderate risk of breast cancer

Wed 22nd November @ 6:00 pm


SNHN and the Royal North Shore Hospital breast cancer team invite GPs and Practice Nurses to an education event on how to identify and manage a patient at moderate risk of breast cancer.  This session is an opportunity to meet and mingle with the breast cancer team at Royal North Shore Hospital and will cover how to identify patients who are above population risk of breast cancer and how to best manage these patients. It will include issues related to screening and the use of HRT and IVF.


This education session will be held as a hybrid event, with the opportunity to attend face-to-face at the Kolling Building or via livestream. There is no cost to attend.
Please note: The face-to-face event will include networking with the breast cancer team and dinner at 6pm.  The webinar and presentations commence at 6.45pm. 

To register for the face-to-face event (light dinner provided), please scroll down and complete the registration form. 

To register for the live-streamed webinar (Webinar commence at 6.45pm) please click here

Wed 22nd November

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Auditorium, Level 5, Kolling Institute Building, Cnr Westbourne & Reserve Roads, St Leonards

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This is an RACGP-approved CPD activity under the RACGP CPD Program - Activity Number 642986, Educational Activity 2 hours.

  • Dr Lina Pugliano, Clinical researcher and Medical Oncologist, Royal North Shore, Mater and North Shore Private Hospitals
  • Katrina Moore, Senior Lecturer & Senior Staff Specialist Breast Surgeon, Head of Multidisciplinary Breast Group and Head of Dept for Breast & Oncology Surgery, Royal North Shore Hospital
  • Michael Field, Clinical Geneticist in cancer, Royal North Shore Hospital
  • Merren McKesser, Radiologist, North Shore Private Radiology
  • Dr Sarah Choi, Staff Specialist Radiologist, Royal North Shore Hospital

GPs and Practice Nurses practicing in the SNHN region.

  • Identify patients at moderate risk of developing breast cancer as opposed to normal population or high risk
  • Describe appropriate targeted screening for the moderate risk group
  • Describe how to advise patients in the moderate risk group regarding appropriate use of HRT
There is no cost for GPs within the SNHN region to attend this training


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

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