Obtain the latest information on medical treatment and discoveries from a variety of specialists. These are brief presentations with a short answer question and answer session.
For the month of June, the topicforthe St. Vincent's Clinic monthly Medical Update is on orthopaedics. Attendees are advised to email the event co-ordinator email@example.com cases one week prior to the event for the specialists to review and comment.This event is hosted by St Vincent's Private & St. Vincent's Clinic
Small group, interactive learning sessions on popular topics nominated by GPs in the previous year.
This workshop will provide a practical understanding of your duty of care towards; Work, Health and Safety as well as the application of principles relating to Slips, Trips & Falls, Manual Handling and Bullying in the workplace to ensure as far as reasonably practical a safer place of work.Learning objectives that will be covered in this workshop are; An understanding of the requirement around Work, Health and Safety duty-of-care An understanding of the common risks of falls An understanding of the process to complete a risk analysis in the workplace for Manual Handling An understanding of the basic principles for a bullying prevention program within the workplace An understanding of the factors that constitute ‘reasonably practical’ in Work, Health and Safety
Wound Healing and Defining Wound Aetiology in Aged Care in General Practice.This is a free event for practice nurses and allied health professionals in primary health care. It will focus on wound care assessment, treatment and management of wounds including Venous and Arterial Leg Ulcers; Superficial Burns; Abrasions; Cuts; Skin Tears and Foot Ulcerations.
This workshop covers diagnostic and conceptual issues with particular reference to distinctions between bipolar I and bipolar II disorders. It also presents information about medical and psychological interventions used in the management of bipolar disorder, and provides practical skills on psychological strategies and development of wellbeing plans to facilitate recovery and to prevent relapse in bipolar disorder.
This talk will provide an overview of the range of mental health problems occurring in the perinatal period – the relative frequency of the different disorders and the common presentations of these. It will explore the biological, psychological and social risk factors for the development of these. It will provide a review of common presentations of anxiety and depression; explore the cross-cultural aspects of perinatal mental health presentations and a brief summary of common treatment options.
Practice routine obstetric clinical examination on patients over 24 weeks.This clinical placement is only available toANSC GP's only.
This workshop will inform Primary Health Care Providers of the latest evidence-base around an understanding of and working with people that are experiencing domestic violence in the community.The following key topic areas will be covered;• Indicators of domestic violence• Health impacts of domestic violence • The impact of domestic violence on children• Creating a safe environment in which people feel safe to disclose their experience of domestic violence • Key principles for responding to disclosures of domestic violence• Referral pathways for people experiencing domestic violence