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Ageing and Dementia in People with Intellectual Disability

Wednesday 10 November 2021

This CPD Activity that aims to improve the capacity of general practitioners to provide health care to people with intellectual disability with complex health needs.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how ageing, frailty and dementia differ in people with intellectual disability, compared to others in the population.
  • Identify the main health considerations in people with intellectual disability as they age.
  • Explain the clinical presentation of dementia in people with intellectual disability
  • Outline the process of assessment and diagnosis of dementia in people with intellectual disability
  • Understand the principles of management of dementia in people with intellectual disability.
  • Demonstrate how the concept of “ageing in place” can be applied to people with intellectual disability.

Speakers:

  • Dr Seeta Durvasula – Clinical Director, NSLHD Intellectual Disability Health Service. Seeta Durvasula is a medical practitioner who has been consulting in intellectual disability medicine for more than 25 years.  She is the Clinical Director of two specialised multidisciplinary health clinics in Sydney for children and adults with intellectual disability.  She is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Disability Health, Northern Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney.  Seeta’s research interests are in mortality, ageing and frailty, and health outcomes in people with intellectual disability.


Mental Health Matters: Recognising a Resident with Depression or Anxiety

Thursday 4 November 2021

Speakers:

  • Stephanie Farquharson, Mental Health Practitioner.
  • Tilu Philip, Registered Nurse from the Anglicare Emotional Wellbeing for Older Persons Team.


Transgender Care in General Practice: Gender Affirming Care

Tuesday 2 November 2021

This webinar is aimed at improving care of transgender patients.

It is estimated that between 0.5% and 1% of the population is transgender or gender diverse. Studies suggest that transgender /gender diverse people have higher rates of mental health and drug and alcohol issues. It is known that gender affirming care improves mental health.

There are many barriers to accessing primary health care for transgender/ gender diverse people including limited GP experience and access to GP services, particularly around gender affirming therapy. Further, GPs themselves report lack of skills and knowledge in transgender/gender diverse care.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the health needs of transgender and gender diverse patients and the elements of gender identity
  • Utilise improved confidence and knowledge in caring for transgender and gender diverse patients, including management of gender affirming therapy
  • Identify and discuss referral options and resources providing further support for transgender patients

Speakers:

  • Teddy Cook
    Acting Director, Community Health – ACON
    Adjunct Lecturer – Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney
    Vice President – Australian Professional Association for Trans Health (AusPATH)
  • Dr Catriona (Treeny) Ooi
    Director, Northern Sydney Sexual Health Service
  • Dr Nicole Gouda
    GP and SNHN Alcohol and Other Drugs Clinical Lead

Resources:


Nicotine Vaping for Smoking Cessation and Upcoming Scheduling Changes

Wednesday 15 September 2021

This webinar will update GPs on the role of vaping nicotine to help smokers quit and outline scheduling changes to nicotine coming into effect from 1 October 2021. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death and illness in Australia and accounts for 21,000 premature deaths. 14.7% of our adult population smoke. While remaining a controversial treatment for smoking harm reduction in Australia, nicotine vaping (nicotine e-cigarettes) has been approved as second-line treatment by the RACGP and RANZCP for smoking cessation. Research suggests that it is more effective than combination nicotine replacement therapy. From October 2021, Australians will be able to access nicotine liquid with a legal non-PBS prescription from Australian pharmacies and through importation under the TGA Personal Importation scheme.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the principles of tobacco harm reduction using nicotine containing e-cigarettes.
  • Explain the RACGP guidelines for use of nicotine containing e-cigarettes and the upcoming scheduling changes.
  • Explain the clinical elements of a prescription for nicotine containing e-cigarettes.
  • Counsel patients on the use of nicotine containing e-cigarettes.

Speakers:

Dr Colin Mendelsohn, GP. With a special interest in smoking cessation, Colin practised as a GP in Sydney for 27 years. He now works exclusively in tobacco treatment, helping smokers to quit. Colin is a member of the committee that develops the RACGP national smoking cessation guidelines and is the Founding Chairman of the Australian Tobacco Harm Reduction association. He is actively involved in research, writing, and teaching about smoking cessation, tobacco harm reduction and tobacco control.

Resources:

Quit Smoking Study Synopsis and Quit Smoking Study Flyer.


Adult Asthma Management: What’s New

Wednesday 8 September 2021

As part of the Asthma Best Practice for Professionals Program, The National Asthma Council of Australia and SNHN invite GPs, Practice Nurses, pharmacists, Aboriginal health practitioners, physiotherapists, and other allied health professionals to view this webinar on Adult Asthma Management. The Speaker Rhona MacDonald, Respiratory Nurse Practitioner will cover the latest information around Managing Adult Asthma patients in the primary care setting.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the steps involved in the diagnosis of adult asthma, referring to the Australian Asthma Handbook
  • Describe ways to improve and maintain optimal asthma control
  • Summarise the current guidelines for medication management
  • Summarise the important information to be included in a Written Asthma Action Plan
  • Describe the steps in managing acute asthma in primary care

Speakers:

Rhona MacDonald | RESPIRATORY NURSE PRACTITIONER


Healthy Ageing and Frailty Webinar: Do You Know How to Make a Difference?

Thursday 26 August 2021

This webinar covered assessment of older people in order to understand the impact of frailty on patients and how early identification and targeted intervention can reduce frailty. This will help you make a difference to avoid inappropriate hospital admissions, keep people well and at home for longer and reduce their need for RACF placement. This education session will discuss a simple frailty screening tool and how you can make a difference to address the reversible contributing factors of frailty in your day to day practice. You will learn, its “never too late to build muscle!”

Speakers:

  • Professor Sue Kurrle, GeriaTtrician, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, and Director, Staff Specialist and Geriatrician at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital and Community Services.
  • Dr Chris Bollen, is a general Practitioner in South Australia and was Director GP Training at Queen Elizabeth Hospital for 12 years. He is the director of BMP Healthcare Consulting, helping organisations to deliver safe and effective care. Areas of expertise include systems for chronic disease management, doctors’ health, care of older people, the primary health care/community/hospital interfaces, quality improvement and change leadership.
  • Jane Bollen, Registered Nurse, has worked as a general practice nurse in Adelaide for the past 10 years. Jane set up a Healthy Ageing Clinic at her practice with the aim to deliver more planned and structured care, use GP and nurse time more effectively, and to give enhanced access to those patients facing barriers to care.

Resources:


Immunisation Update: Including New Schedule and Changes (08/2021)

Tuesday 24 August 2021

Learning Outcomes:

  • Access current vaccine preventable diseases of concern and epidemiology
  • Identify current NSW and National Immunisation Program schedules and changes
  • Implement catch-up requirements for children, adolescents and adults
  • Identify priority populations for vaccination and access useful resource

Speakers:

Sally Edwards: CNC Immunisation Coordinator, NSLHD Public Health Unit.


Donning & Doffing Demonstration by Marg Jennings

Tuesday 17 August 2021

Speakers:

Margaret Jennings, Microbiologist, Infection Prevention & Control Educator & Consultant to General Practice, Marjen Education Services.


COVID-19 Vaccination and the Medico-Legal Aspects of Administration

Tuesday 3 August 2021

Learning Outcomes:

  •  Identify emerging risks from the Covid-19 Vaccine clinics and understand how to mitigate.
  • Describe the recent changes to the MBS item numbers and when to apply these.
  • Outline strategies for managing the constant changes and communicating these to the team and their patients.


Climate and Health Virtual Stakeholder Workshop

Wednesday 21 July 2021

Workshop Focus

The Sydney North Health Network is the first primary health network in Australia to develop a Climate & Health Strategy.

This workshop covered the following:

  • Learn about climate-health risks in our region, ‘carbon hotspots’ in primary care, and case studies of climate action projects.
  • Suggest priority actions and contribute to the implementation plan for our Strategy.
  • Connect with like-minded colleagues and community members.

Speakers:

DR KATE CHARLESWORTH (MBBS (Hons), MPH, FAFPHM, PhD)

Dr Kate Charlesworth worked as a hospital doctor in Perth and Sydney before undertaking much of her public health medicine training in the UK. In England, she worked in the NHS’s National Sustainable Development Unit, which was tasked with decarbonising the NHS and is now a world-leading program. Since her return to Australia, Kate has completed a PhD in low-carbon healthcare, and for the past three years has been the Environmental Sustainability Lead at South Eastern Sydney Local Health District. Kate is delighted to have recently joined SNHN as the Climate Risk/Sustainability Lead.


Navigating Frailty and Aged Care – Guiding Patients and their Families through Available Services

Wednesday 7 July 2021

Topic Areas

  • A new local Specialist Geriatric Outreach service to support general practice.
  • The launch of our new Frailty screening app.
  • How to utilise the new HealthNavigators service to help you find local services.
  • General tips on the management of frail and older people and local aged care service navigation.

Speakers:

  • Dr Yog Chopra, Staff Specialist Geriatric & General Medicine, Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Hospital.
  • Dr Praveenn (Prav) Sivabalan, Geriatrician, Royal North Shore Hospital.
  • Dr Linda Xu, Geriatrician and General Physician.
  • Omar Haidar, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Uniting Nth Sydney Home and Community Care.
  • Jane Meccelli, Social Worker and Relationships Manager, Yourside.
  • Video from Dr Gillian Meyer, Geriatrician, Mona Vale Geriatric Evaluation and Management (GEM) Unit.


COVID 19 Vaccine in Pharmacy

Thursday 10 June 2021

Topic Areas

  • Change Management.
  • Managing Customer Expectations.
  • Consent Process – it’s not just a piece of paper!

Speakers:

  • Cathy Baynie – Registered Nurse & Practice Manager.
  • Matthew Burton – Pharmacist.


COVID 19 Vaccine Managing Change, Patient Expectations & The Consent Process

Thursday 27 May 2021

Topic Areas

Change Management:

Managing Customer Expectations:

Consent Process – it’s not just a piece of paper!

What Worked / What didn’t work

Speakers:

  • Cathy Baynie – Registered Nurse & Practice Manager
  • Fiona Kolokas – Practice Manager


Management of Anxiety in Children and Young People with an Intellectual Disability

Tuesday 25 May 2021

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) together with the Northern Sydney Intellectual Disability Service presents this webinar on management of anxiety in children and young people with an intellectual disability.

Speakers:

  • Dr Yvette Vella, BAPPSC (OCC Therapy) MBBS FRACP DCH MPH. Developmental and General Paediatrician at the NSIDHS, and also works in private practice in Sydney. She has expertise in managing complex behaviours of concern in children and adolescents with ID and autism and works in collaboration with schools for specific purposes in the Local Health District. Dr Vella also has a special interest in working with children in out of home care.
  • Leah Ballin, BA (Psych & Ed), GradDipSci (Psych) MPsych (Ed & Dev), MAPS, FCEDP. Educational and developmental psychologist at NSIDHS. Leah has experience providing psychology services across a range of settings having previously worked as a school psychologist, in private practice, as well as with NGOs as part of a multidisciplinary team. Leah also has particular experience in working with children who present with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability and cerebral palsy.
  • Cathy Young, Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

Resources:

Northern Sydney Intellectual Disability Health Service Presentation

Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Anxiety Presentation

 


Sydney North Older Persons Network What are Compassionate Communities and Compassionate Cities?

Thursday 13 May 2021

Speakers:

Dr Stephen Ginsborg, General Practitioner.


Pathology eOrdering and My Health Record

Wednesday 12 May 2021

Pathology is in very high demand by providers looking at My Health Record. The Australian Digital Health Agency and pathology providers across the country are working together to enable a more connected system for pathology information exchange. This webinar covers:

  • Overview of My Health Record.
  • What eOrdering is.
  • Live demonstration on eOrdering in Best Practice and Medical Director software.
  • The benefits of setting up your practice.
  • Which practices can participate.
  • How to easily set up eOrdering and initiate report uploads to My Health Record.

Learning Outcomes:

  • General knowledge of My Health Record.
  • Understand what eOrdering is.
  • Understand the benefits of eOrdering and uploading reports to My Health Record.
  • Understand how to set up eOrdering for the practice.

Speakers:

  • Aya Alaouie – Digital Health Coordinator, SNHN.
  • April Burnett – Clinical Adoption Lead, ADHA.
  • Sharlene Mellor – Senior Liaison Manager, DHM.


Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) and SGLT2 inhibitors

Thursday 6 May 2021

Speakers:

  • A/Prof Sarah Glastras, B Psych (Hons) MBBS (Hons) FRACP PhD. Staff Specialist in Endocrinology, Royal North Shore Hospital, Conjoint Associate Professor, University of Sydney, Consultant Endocrinologist, Northern Sydney Endocrine Centre, St Leonards.
  • Dr Emma Scott, BSc(Adv)(Hons) MBBS(Hons) PhD FRACP, Clinical Endocrinologist, Northern Sydney Endocrine Centre, St Leonards.


Secure Messaging: Healthlink Smart Forms and Specialist Referrals in Medical Director

Wednesday 14 April 2021

Speakers:

  • Carmel Cervin, Cervin Media.
  • Nicole Mattews, Cervin Media.


Secure Messaging: Healthlink Smart Forms and Specialist Referrals in Best Practice

Wednesday 31 March 2021

Are you tired of sending and receiving faxed referrals and want to use a safe and secure method to communicate patient information directly with other healthcare providers?

This one-hour webinar demonstration using Best Practice will show you how you can easily use Healthlink to look up Specialists and electronically send referrals as well as communicate confidential patient information with other clinicians.

 

Speakers:

  • Aya Alaouie – Digital Health Coordinator, SNHN.
  • Carmel Cervin – Cervin Media.
  • Nicole Matthews – Cervin Media.


GP Shared Antenatal Care: Perinatal Mental Health Webinar

Tuesday 30 March 2021

  • Dr Talat Uppal, Director Women’s Health Road, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist.
  • Arabella Gibson, CEO Gidget Foundation Australia.
  • Christine Barnes, Clinical Psychologist, Gidget Foundation Australia.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review how the Pandemic has influenced the provision of antenatal care.
  • Recognise the value of perinatal mental health based support systems.
  • Identify how to logistically access perinatal mental health support systems in the Northern Sydney Local health District.


Update on COVID-19 Vaccine rollout: Presented by the Northern Sydney Public Health Unit

Thursday 25 March 2021

This webinar provides an opportunity to hear the latest information on the vaccine implementation strategy as well as the opportunity to ask questions. Topics include: Adverse events and reporting to TGA; Consent; Importance of reporting to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR); Timeframe between flu vaccination and COVID-19 vaccination and a Q&A.

Speakers:

  • Sally Edwards, CNC Immunisation Coordinator, Northern Sydney Public Health Unit.


Increasing Cervical Cancer Screening in General Practice

Wednesday 17 March 2021

Specialist presentations to help increase participation rates across the national cervical screening program. This webinar also includes a n overview of practical strategies that can be used at your practice.

Speakers:

Dr Greg Gard, Gynaecological Oncologist.


Comprehensive Health Assessments, Capacity and Consent in People with Intellectual Disability

Tuesday 16 March 2021

Webinar aimed at increasing health practitioners’ knowledge and skills in managing patients with an intellectual disability.

Speakers:

  • Dr Seeta Durvasula, Clinical Director, NSLHD Intellectual Disability Health Service.
  • Melissa Tizzone, Social Worker, NSLHD Intellectual Disability Specialist Team.


Breaking News! Royal Commission into Aged Care Report to be Released – Let’s Talk About it

Wednesday 10 March 2021

Speakers:

  • De Stephen Ginsborg.
  • Marika Kontellis.


Increasing Breast Cancer Screening

Tuesday 9 March 2021

Speakers:

Dr Jennifer Noakes.

More Information:

Tips
https://youtu.be/vBBFIKw31eg


Bowel Screening

Tuesday 2 March 2021

Speakers:

Dr Cameron Bell, MD FRACP, Gastroenterologist.

More Information:

Tips
https://youtu.be/NZczf1jkN8A


Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Wednesday 24 February 2021

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) invited all local primary care providers to an update on the implementation of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The webinar gave participants an opportunity to hear the latest information on the vaccine implementation strategy as well as the opportunity to ask questions.


Home Alcohol Withdrawal and Relapse Prevention

Wednesday 17 February 2021

Speakers:

  • Dr John Smart, MBBS DRACOG RACGP FAChAM (RACP). Dr Smart is a Foundation Fellow of the Chapter of Addiction Medicine and has dual interests in both Primary Care and Addiction Medicine.
  • Dr Chester Omana MB BS FRANZCP, Acc. Faculty of Addiction Psychiatry. Dr Omana is a Psychiatrist in Addiction Medicine at RNSH and Wesley Hospital, and Conjoint Lecturer at UNSW.

Resources:


Webinar – COVID-19 Vaccine Preparation for your Practice

Tuesday 9 February 2021

Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) invites local General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers, and Practice staff to a webinar on the Australian Government COVID-19 vaccination policy and subsequent planning requirements for General Practice to ensure both readiness and compliance.

Speakers:

  • Michelle Horswood, Practice Manager, O’Connell Street Medical Practice.
  • Katrina Otto, Managing Director & Principal, Train IT Medical Pty Ltd.


Cultural Considerations when Managing Chinese Patients

Thursday 28 January 2021

On 28th Jan 2021 Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) invited 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 includes 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.


Digital Health Guide – How to find and/or Prescribe Great Health Apps

Wednesday 25 November 2020

With more patients using mobile health apps to manage medical conditions and/or track their health, the Digital Health Guide is an evidence-based tool which can be used by you to find and/or prescribe great mobile health apps and digital health solutions.

The Digital Health Guide is available FREE to you under the license of Sydney North Health Network and enables the quick assessment of the efficacy of an app that a patient may already be using.

This webinar will provide you with the knowledge and a live demonstration on how to use the guide.

Speakers:

Tim Blake – Managing Director, Semantic Consulting.


The National General Practice Accreditation Scheme: Accreditation in a Pandemic World, Update for General Practice

Tuesday 24 November 2020

Speakers:

Fiona Kolokas, AAPM NSW/ACT President.

Resources:

 Click here to view the presentation.


A Framework for Developmental and Behavioural Concerns in Children 0-5 Years – the First 2000 Days

Thursday 12 November 2020

Speakers:

  • Dr Jane Son, MB BS FRACP Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrician, NSLHD Child & Family Health Service.
  • Amanda Rummery-Hoy, Family Counsellor, Family Care Centre, Dalwood, NSLHD Child & Family Health Services.
  • Alison O’Toole and Renee Giacomin, The Cerebral Palsy Alliance, CPA are NDIS Administrators for the Northern Sydney Region.
  • Vicki Laing, RN & Midwife, General Practice Community Liaison Nurse, NSLHD Child and Family Health Service.

Resources:

Click here to view the presentation.


Navigating the New World: Preparedness, Response, Resilience

Thursday 5 November 2020

Speakers:

  • Facilitator: Dr Norman Swan, journalist.
  • Dr Penny Burns, GP.
  • Professor Susan Kurrle, geriatrician.
  • Dr Pankaj Arora, emergency medicine.
  • Professor Peter Sainsbury.


Youth Services: Alcohol and Other Drugs + The latest on e-cigarettes Webinar

Tuesday 27 October 2020

Speakers:

  • Kingsley Waterson, Northern Sydney LHD Drug and Alcohol Services, Service Director.
  • Michelle Comito, Drug and Alcohol Youth Support Services (DAYSS), Coordinator Family & Youth Support Services.
  • Carolyn McKay, Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre (SDECC), CEO.
  • Marlene Gilbert, Mission Australia, Program Manager, Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Continuing Coordinated Care Program.
  • Jane De Matteis, Brookvale headspace, Clinical Lead.
  • Lisa Fawkner, Northern Beaches Child Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS), Senior Clinical Social Worker.
  • Christian Gienau, Odyssey House, Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Counsellor.
  • Ryan Courtney, Senior Lecturer, NDARC, UNSW, Sydney Australia & National Health and Medical Research Council Career Development Fellow.
  • Hayden McRobbie, Professor, NDARC, UNSW, Sydney Australia & Consultant in Lifestyle Medicine, Lakes District Health Board, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Resources:

 Click here to review the presentation.


Assessing Behaviours of Concern in Paediatric Patients with Intellectual Disability

Tuesday 27 October 2020

Aimed at increasing health practitioners’ knowledge and skills in managing patients with an intellectual disability.

Speakers:

  • Dr Yvette Vella, BTHO, MBBS, RACP, MPH, Developmental and General Paediatrician at the NSIDHS, and also works in private practice in Sydney.
  • Michelle Gray, Senior Clinician Intellectual Disability, NNSWLHD.
  • Rebecca Stack, BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability Nursing, Clinical Nurse Consultant at the NSIDHS.


Antenatal Screening Including NIPT, Nuchal Translucency and Genetic Carrier Screening

Tuesday 20 October 2020

Speakers:

  • Dr Karen Mizia, MBBS, RANZCOG, BSc(Hons), MPH, DDU, COGU. Dr Mizia is an Obstetrician Gynecologist and a recognised subspecialist in Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound. She is actively involved in the advancement, development of standards and, education in O&G ultrasound.
  • Dr Talat Uppal, MBBS, FRANZCOG, DDU, FAAQHC, FACHSM Director Women’s Health Road, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist VMO Northern Beaches & Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospitals Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney, RANZCOG media spokesperson.


Dementia Webinar: Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms Associated with Dementia

Thursday 24 September 2020

Speakers:

Dr Allan Shell, Academic GP and Visiting Fellow (UNSW Australia).

Resources:

Click here to review the presentation.


Recognising Complexity in Intellectual Disability

Tuesday 8 September 2020


Digital Health Guide Overview

Tuesday 1 September 2020


Sydney North Older Persons Network – Suicide in Late Life: The Impact of COVID-19

Wednesday 26 August 2020


Immunisation Update: Including New Schedule and Changes (07/2020)

Thursday 30 July 2020

Speakers:

Sally Edwards, CNC Immunisation Coordinator, NSLHD.

Resources:

 Click here to review the presentation and update reading


Child developmental Surveillance: Speech and Language Development in Children 0-5 Years – the First 2000 Days

Wednesday 22 July 2020

Speakers:

  • Dr Jane Son, MB BS FRACP Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrician, NSLHD Child & Family Health Service.
  • Natalie Reeves, BAppSc(ScPath) Speech Pathologist, NSLHD Child & Family Health Services.
  • Vicki Laing, RN & Midwife, General Practice Community Liaison Nurse, NSLHD Child and Family Health Service.

Resources:

Click here to view the presentation.


Diabetes Update: Drugs, Devices and Data

Tuesday 14 July 2020


Wound Care in General Practice: Session 4

Wednesday 1 July 2020


Wound Care in General Practice: Session 3

Wednesday 24 June 2020


Preventing stillbirth in NSW: the Safer Baby Bundle, Prof Adrienne Gordon & Prof Michael Nicholl

Tuesday 23 June 2020


End of Life Care

Tuesday 16 June 2020


Wound Care in General Practice: Session 1

Wednesday 10 June 2020


Chronic Kidney Disease Management in Primary Care: New Handbook Recommendations

Thursday 4 June 2020


Domestic Violence: the Implications of COVID-19 for Survivors and Perpetrators

Wednesday 6 May 2020

Resources:

To access the handouts that accompany this webinar, please click here.


Burning out or Breathing in: Getting Through COVID-19 as a GP or Health Professional

Wednesday 15 April 2020


Sydney North Health Network AGM 2019: The Future of Primary Care in a Digital World

Friday 15 November 2019

Speakers:

Dr Simon Willcock.


Sydney North Health Network AGM 2019: The Future of Primary Care in a Digital World – Opportunities and Challenges

Friday 15 November 2019

Speakers:

Dr Kean-Seng Lim.


Sydney North Health Network AGM 2019: Getting Ready in Primary Healthcare – Navigating a Brand-New World

Friday 15 November 2019

Speakers:

Dr Louise Shaper.


Sydney North Health Network AGM 2019: Working with Engaged and Connected Consumers – Use of Digital Health Platforms and Technologies in Management Healthcare

Friday 15 November 2019

Speakers:

Leanne Wells.


Sydney North Health Network AGM 2019: The Future of Primary Care in a Digital World – Panel Discussion

Friday 15 November 2019

Speakers:

  • Dr Simon Willcock.
  • Dr Kean-Seng Lim.
  • Dr Louise Shaper.
  • Leanne Wells.


Management of Responsive Behaviours (BPSD’s)

Wednesday 2 October 2019


Shared Antenatal Care Update Safer Baby Bundle & Every Week Counts

Sunday 1 September 2019

Speakers:

Dr Tanya Nippita.

Resources:

To access the handouts that accompany this webinar, please visit https://sydneynorthhealthnetwork.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Safer-baby-bundle-Tanya-Nippita-002.pdf

https://sydneynorthhealthnetwork.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Pregnancy-fact-sheet_April-2019_Final.pdf 


Alcohol Use and Pregnancy

Sunday 1 September 2019

Resources:

To access the handouts that accompany this webinar, please visit sydney.edu.au/matilda-centre/resources/for-clinicians.html#uniqueId_KRP3yeWx_1_button


Substance Use and Young People

Thursday 1 August 2019

Resources:

To access the handouts that accompany this video, please visit sydney.edu.au/matilda-centre/resources/for-clinicians.html#uniqueId_KRP3yeWx_2_button


Motivational Interviewing

Monday 1 July 2019

Resources:

To access the handouts that accompany this video, please visit sydney.edu.au/matilda-centre/resources/for-clinicians.html#uniqueId_KRP3yeWx_3_button


New and Emerging Psychoactive Substances

Monday 15 April 2019

Resources:

Download a copy of the handouts (pdf, 3.3MB)


Substance Use and Physical Health

Monday 15 April 2019

Resources:

Download a copy of the handouts (pdf, 567.7KB)


Substance use in Our Community: Identifying Commonly used Substances and Their Effects

Monday 15 April 2019

Resources:

Download a copy of the handouts (pdf, 4.3MB)


Smoking Part 2: Managing Smokers

Friday 1 March 2019

Resources:

To download handouts for this webinar, visit: sydney.edu.au/matilda-centre/resources/for-clinicians.html#uniqueId_XNK2rfF8_0_button


Smoking Part 1: What We Know about Smoking

Friday 1 March 2019

Resources:

Download a copy of the handout (PDF, 1.9MB)


How to Safely Remove Ticks

Tuesday 26 February 2019


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