Intermediate Clinical Emergency Mgt Program - Gold Coast
This workshop is currently full. Please see the CEMP page for other dates.
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.
Rural Hospital Clinical Simulation
The Rural Hospital Clinical Simulation (RHCS) aims to enhance patient safety and GP self-care by providing rural GPs with the opportunity to engage in a structured 6 hour active learning module (ALM) to discuss and simulate scenarios reflecting the many challenges rural GPs face when living and working in rural and remote communities. There will be a strong emphasis on emergency medicine situations, doctor self-care, coordinating and communicating with other healthcare professionals, stress management and debriefing. All the scenario cases to be included in the ALM have been written by experienced rural GPs from actual cases.
Date: 10 October 2018
Time: 7.45 am - 4.00 pm
Venue: Bond University, 14 University Drive, Robina QLD 4226
Please contact RACGP Rural on 1800 636 764 or via email@example.com for more information.
National Guide Workshop
Venue: Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, 1711 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads
Time: 12.00 pm–4.00 pm
Price: Free, but places are limited
National guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Third edition) workshop will focus on how best to utilise the third edition the guide when providing care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and support your practice team to maximise the opportunity for the prevention of disease at each health service visit.
The workshop will also include a focus group exploring implementation of the guide in mainstream and Aboriginal Community Controlled Primary Health Care Services (ACCHSs), as well as the characteristics of a culturally responsive general practice.
This is a Category 2, 6 QI&CPD points activity.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 8699 0528
Everyone has had a conversation which has not gone as intended and has been left wondering what went wrong. Selected scenes from the film Lantana will be shown so that participants can reflect on the elements of the conversation that create misunderstanding. Some theory on how to manage difficult conversations will then be presented and there will be opportunity to put that framework into practice.
Critical Incidents in the Practice
A critical incident is defined as 'any unintended or unexpected event which could have led, or did lead, to harm for one or more patients receiving care'. GPs and practices need to identify and manage real and potential critical incidents to ensure patient safety. This workshop looks at critical incidents from a practice and individual perspective including debriefing an incident and the teaching and learning that can occur from such incidents.
When Things Go Wrong With Your Registrar ( Remediation)
The aims of this workshop are to provide participants with:
* an understanding of the factors that contribute to registrar underperformance;
* practical strategies for managing underperformance in the practice.
This workshop will be highly interactive, using de-identified case examples in both small and large group discussion.
Help! I'm in Trouble With the Medical Board (GP Remediation)
What happens when a GP has been reported to the Medical Board and is under investigation? This workshop will help to demystify the process. Several de-identified case examples will be discussed so that participant's will:
" have an awareness of the frequent reasons why GPs are reported;
" be able to reflect on their own practice; and
" be able implement preventive strategies.
Advanced Clinical Emergency Management Program - Gold Coast
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.
CPR Workshop Brisbane - Tuesday 23 October 2018
This two-hour workshop, facilitated by BLS First Aid, will incorporate HLTAID001 'Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation' in accordance with the 2016 ARC Guidelines.
This workshop will cover:
- DRSABCD Action Plan
- management of the breathing, unresponsive casualty
- management of the non-breathing, unresponsive casualty
- resuscitation of an adult, child and infant
- introduce the use of a defibrillator.
*Please note: To complete assessment of CPR you must be physically able to perform two minutes of continuous CPR on the floor. If you are unable to do so due to physical limitations, please contact us to discuss your options to meet your CPR requirement.
PLAN Ahead - Small Group Support
RACGP Queensland is hosting a free interactive session for GPs about the new mandatory online QI&CPD Planning Learning and Need activity (PLAN).
With a small group size and one-on-one assistance in the RACGP Queensland office, this session will take you step-by-step through the process and support to start your PLAN.
Participants must BYO laptop. (RACGP will provide a limited number of laptops for those GPs who do not own a laptop. Please ensure you request to reserve a laptop by contacting our team via telephone or e-mail.
Please note - you are required to complete PLAN if you are on the vocational register or Fellows list, or a dedicated Medicare policy pathway (such as ROMPS, AHOMPs, Medicare Plus). If you achieve Fellowship with RACGP within the 2017-19 triennium, you will not need to complete a PLAN.
Date: Tuesday 30 October 2018
6.00 - 7.30 pm