Women in General Practice Series #10
'I now know first-hand how good these workshop are. I'll definitely be back next year.' Past participant.
The Women in General Practice Series has been specifically designed to sustain
and inspire female general practitioners currently working in, or planning to re-enter,
The program is developed by a local committee of enthusiastic GPs and offers
a unique style of delivery that welcomes an open exchange of ideas and information.
In addition, the workshop provides a valuable opportunity for participants to share
experiences, tips and tools with their colleagues.
This year we are pleased to announce our keynote speaker is Dr Mary Self, respected breast surgeon and endocrine surgeon.
Sports Solutions: Managing the Injuries
With the winter sport season beginning and potential for 'weekend warrior' presentations in your practice increasing, this workshop is very timely indeed.
Sports solutions will workshop common injuries caused by overuse, direct impact, strains and sprains and consider how managing a sports injury correctly minimises the damage and maximises the chances of a full recovery.
A range of effective sports injury treatment scenarios will be explored
Intermediate Clinical Emergency Management Program - Hobart
This one day highly interactive workshop focuses on recognition and management of medical emergencies in general practice, including acute coronary syndrome, acute asthma, anaphylaxis and effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), which meets the 2017-19 triennium basic CPR course requirement. It also meets the basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) training requirements for general practice registrars and RACGP Fellowship.
Advanced Clinical Emergency Management Program - Hobart
Please read the eligibility criteria before registering for this event. You must have completed or be enrolled in the Intermediate CEMP or equivalent to register for this course.
This highly interactive two day workshop have been designed to further build participants' knowledge, skills and confidence when responding to medical emergencies. It focuses on the management of life threatening emergencies and includes specific skills required to manage adult and paediatric trauma.
Procedural Skills Workshop ALM
RACGP Tasmania will conduct a fully interactive skills workshop which will focus on the key procedural areas of suturing and dermoscopy, in relation to dermatology.
The workshop aims to increase confidence in diagnosis and management of a broad range of skin conditions and provide valuable opportunity for hands-on practice.