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This webinar discusses the 5As framework for managing patient SNAP risk factors (such as poor diet, physical inactivity and being overweight) and provides insight and tips into addressing barriers and efficiently implementing these strategies into your everyday practice.
Prof Mark Harris
For more information please visit the SNAP guide.
Scientia Professor Mark Harris is Foundation Professor of General Practice and Executive Director for the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity at the University of New South Wales and is lead author of the RACGP SNAP Guide.
Karen Booth is President of the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) and co-author of the SNAP Guide.
For more information about these webinars, please contact Quality Care
(03) 8699 0310