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As a result of increased research about the health issues that impact women, women have an increased awareness of their needs and the effect that some of these issues can have on their quality of life. Through their daily work with women, allied health professionals need to be aware of and account for specific health issues that impact women throughout their different life stages.The presentation will cover: An overview of the life stages of women from puberty, through to childbearing and menopausal years. An overview of common conditions and health issues experienced throughout these life stages. The implication that women's health conditions can have on Allied Health practitioners working with girls and women.This evening will also provide a dedicated timeframe for the opportunity to expand professional networks, share knowledge and potentially increase their patient referral base through this networking activity.

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Learning Objectives: Increase knowledge of aetiology and pathophysiology of common chronic wounds. Understand a systemic approach to assess and manage wounds to optimise healing. Understand when debridement of a wound is appropriate and best practice to perform debridement. Understand best practice selection of wound care dressings. Infection control Recognise when to escalate care. Appropriately document the progress of wound healing.

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Obtain the latest information on medical treatment and discoveries from a variety of specialists. This months topic is on endocrine.

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Podiatry Education Day is hosted by the SLHD podiatry service in collaboration with the Diabetes Centre RPA. Paediatric and high risk foot sessions are included with an emphasis on providing participants with practical, current and evidence based information. The key note speakers are leaders in their field including obesity, renal disease, diabetic foot management and orthopaedic surgery.For more information, please download the attached Program

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2014 Free Dementia InformationRegistration to this seminar is not required. For more information please see the attached flyer.

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FUSE is a national 3 day summit in Sydney hosted by Multicultural Advocacy Network (MYAN) Australia between 22nd and 24th October, 2014. It will bring together the brightest young multicultural leaders from across Australia to build a national network of change makers. The summit promises to be fun, engaging, challenging, purposeful, and creative. It includes a series of insightful workshops led by inspiring mentors focusing on three themes: CONNECT, IGNITE, TRAIL-BLAZEApplications are now open to young people from multicultural backgrounds from around Australia who are 18-25, leading change in their community, who want to develop skills and showcase ideas at a national level. Applications can by submitted online or by email via the FUSE website - http://www.myan.org.au/fuse/

Immunisation update forGP's and Practice Nurses.

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Celebrating International Infection Prevention Week, the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Infection Prevention and Control Consultants would like to invite those interested in infection control to a free Infection Prevention Seminar.For more information please contact Robyn Bourke (02) 9540 -7248 robyn.bourke@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au

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Designed and facilitated by nurses with a range of outstanding presenters from across disciplines, this workshop offers nurses working in general practice an engaging opportunity to network and update your expertise.

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Designed and facilitated by nurses with a range of outstanding presenters from across disciplines, this workshop offers nurses working in general practice an engaging opportunity to network and update your expertise.

To celebrate their 20th anniversary this year, the Hereditary Cancer Clinic (HCC) at Prince of Wales Hospital are hosting a symposium for GP education on 'Cancer Predisposition Genes - what clinicians need to know' on Saturday 25 October.

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2014 Free Dementia information.Registration to this seminar is not required. For more information please see the attached flyer.

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Attendees will have a better understanding of diverticular disease; adenoma detection rates; colorectal cancer; the impact FODMAP can have on a patient’s wellbeing; treatments for IBD and where EUS and capsule endoscopy fit as diagnostic tools for patient management.

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As a result of increased research about the health issues that impact women, w...

Learning Objectives: Increase knowledge of aetiology and pathophysiology of c...

Obtain the latest information on medical treatment and discoveries from a vari...

Podiatry Education Day is hosted by the SLHD podiatry service in collaboration...

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