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RACGP events and courses

WA

01 Dec 2020

WA

Managing Grief and the GPs Role

CPD Activity - 2 points

Free Online Webinar


The way grief manifests can differ dramatically from patient to patient. It is therefore vital that practitioners be aware of the variable presentations of normal grief, and are able to identify pathological grief. This webinar will provide strategies to support grieving patients, helping to alleviate the physical and mental health issues that result from complicated, severe and prolonged grief.

The end of a life touches us all at some point in life - GPs can offer support to people who are facing mortality or dealing with grief. RACGP are proud to present Associate Professor Lauren Breen, School of Psychology Curtin University. Lauren will discuss not only how to improve our capacity to respond to distress, but also offer informative and practical support.

Date: Tuesday 1 December 2020

Time: 7pm - 8pm AWST

Contact: Ms Lucille Antonio

Tel: 08 9489 9555

03 Dec 2020 - 14 Jan 2021

WA

Key Feature Problem (KFP) Online Workshop - Dates Available

Are you completing the 2021.1 KFP examination? New dates are available for the KFP online pre-exam workshop. Visit pre-exam courses to view the various webinar dates and times.

The two-part, online series will assist general practice registrars and practice eligible candidates with their preparation for the Key Feature Problems (KFP) component of the FRACGP exam.

The 11 cases used in this series will be the same cases as the usual face to face workshops. Candidates will have the opportunity to answer KFP questions and discuss the answers under the guidance of RACGP medical educators.

Contact: Lisa Francis

Tel: 08 9489 9555

05 Dec 2020

WA

Basic Life Support (BLS) - Fully Booked

The RACGP BLS course (formerly CPR) for GPs is run in conjunction with Medical Training Solutions and provides participants with topical emergency presentations and recent changes in emergency practice.

BLS is a mandatory requirement for the 2020-22 triennium and is presented in accordance with the current guidelines of the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) and covers all aspects of resuscitation and basic life support.

Date: Saturday 5th December

Time: 8.30am - 10.30am [Registration 8.00am]

Venue: College House, 34 Harrogate Street, West Leederville.

Cost: RACGP Members: $99 I Non-members: $121

Please note that an administration fee of $50.00 is deducted for cancellations less then 5 days prior to the event date.

Contact: Ms Lucille Antonio

Tel: 08 9489 9555

12 Dec 2020

WA

GP Parkrun - Applecross

Join colleagues and peers in the first 'GP parkrun' as we tackle the Applecross parkrun, together.

We invite you to take some time out for yourself and to join family, friends and peers in walking, jogging or running the 5km circuit along the Swan River.

This is a great way to learn more about parkrun and to see how you could encourage activities such as this to your patients to improve both their physical and mental wellbeing.


Please register via RACGP and we will provide further information on official parkrun registration.
Family, friends, prams, practice staff and dogs all welcome and encouraged.


Date: Saturday 12 December 2020


Time: 7.30-10.00 am


Venue:Jeff Joseph Reserve, Applecross


Cost: Complimentary

Contact: Lisa Francis

Tel: 08 9489 9555

01 Jan 2021

WA

Business of General Practice - Expressions of Interest

Are you interested in attending the next Business of General Practice workshop?

We are working on delivering a business workshop once restrictions have eased.

The program will cover important information and updates across two streams: existing practice owners and aspiring practice owners.

Register your interest

Contact: Lisa Francis

Tel: 08 9489 9555

26 Mar 2021

WA

Skin Cancer for Clinicians

CPD Accredited Activity - 40 points

The RACGP 'Skin Cancer for Clinicians' workshop has been designed specifically for GPs wanting to upskill their knowledge in both the theoretical and procedural modalities of skin cancer management.

The theoretical component of this workshop will improve your decision-making skills in the identification, differentiation, management and referral of patients with melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.

The highly interactive practical session will focus on a range of biopsy and suturing techniques, excision margins and wound management, building your confidence to expand your scope of practice and provide better patient outcomes.


Date: Friday 26 March 2021


Time: 9.00 am - 4.00 pm (Registration 8.30am)


Venue: Venue TBC


Cost: RACGP member: $299 | Non-member $389


Supported by Business Events Perth

Contact: Ms Lucille Antonio

Tel: 08 9489 9555