Our GP20 Presenting partners and Program partners delivered a wide range of educational sessions. Recording of these sessions are available now.
Please see below for session details.
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This live session will educate GPs on the benefits of becoming a Medicare-registered provider of Focussed Psychological Strategies (FPS).
Dr Jo-Anne Zappia will share her experience working with patients with mental health conditions in general practice. She will also highlight the importance of FPS and provide an insight on how to incorporate strategies to help your patients with their mental health and wellbeing.
Dr Jo-Anne Zappia
An introduction to the Ambulatory Glucose Profile (AGP) and Time in Range for glucose management in Primary Care.
Prof Stephen Twigg
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented financial challenges for many GPs and their practices across Australia. The impact on the Australian economy will be ongoing, so implementing effective strategies to manage your cash flow is more important than ever.
Join BOQ Specialist’s live educational session to hear from Trevor Knowles, Commercial Finance Consultant at BOQ Specialist, who will share his observations in the market from a financier’s perspective.
Trevor Knowles, Financial Specialist, BOQ Specialist
Black Dog Institute and UNSW Sydney are implementing a program of mental health support and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment for Emergency service workers over the next 18 months, including workshops for GPs.
Join Dr Jan Orman to learn about the central role GPs play in the provision of healthcare to communities in the immediate, acute phase of emergency situations and on an ongoing basis for the long-term recovery of individuals and their broader community.
Dr Jan Orman
This is a rare opportunity for you to witness real-life "fits, faints & funny turns" and learn their underlying cause through case studies supported by video, EEG & ECG data. Case studies will include patients presenting with blank stares, blackouts, fainting spells, a motor vehicle accident due to a medical episode, and a patient with epilepsy not responding to treatment.
A/Prof Andrew Lee
This educational session is sponsored by Seqirus. The educational content has been determined independently and does not necessarily represent the views of Seqirus.
Annual vaccination against influenza plays an important part in reducing the burden of influenza. Vaccine effectiveness varies each year due mainly to 3 factors -
A number of flu vaccines are already available or in development to address some of these issues. Influenza vaccines are not all the same but they are generally effective. We need to continue to achieve high vaccine uptake in 2021
Prof Robert Booy
Watch all of the on-demand content until 31 December 2022.
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