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Using personal mobile devices for clinical photos in general practice

Medical photography has long had an important role in the assessment and management of patients in general practice. Benefits of taking clinical images include: tracking changes over time, improved patient care and clinical communication through real-time sharing of images and improved teaching and training. With most mobile phones and tablets equipped with high-quality cameras, significant memory capacity, and wireless technology, it is easier than ever to capture and distribute clinical photos of patients.

Recorded: 4/12/2019

Business of general practice

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My Health Record – an update webinar

This webinar provides an overview and update on the system one year post opt-out

Recorded: 26/01/2020

Business of general practice

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Alcohol & drug use for those with anxiety, depression or sleep disturbance – Management tips

This webinar looks at developing initial treatment approaches to presenting symptoms, processes for effective co-management with specialists, and the elements of effective treatment approaches for patients presenting with alcohol and benzodiazepine use in the context of anxiety, depressive symptoms or sleep disturbance.

Recorded: 29/01/2020

Addiction medicine

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Infant feeding and healthy growth conversations

This webinar discusses excessive and rapid weight gain in infancy and its association to high risks of childhood overweight and obesity.

Recorded: 19/02/2020

Children & young persons health

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My Health Record – an update webinar

In January 2019 My Health Record, Australia's shared electronic health record system, moved to an opt-out model. This resulted in every Australian known to Medicare or the Department of Veterans Affairs having a My Health Record created unless they opted out.  This webinar provides an overview and update on the system one year post opt-out, discusses the impact of the transition to an opt-out model for general practice, outlines system changes that have occurred since the transition, and provides an overview of what your practice needs to consider if participating in My Health Record. 

Recorded: 26/02/2020

Business of general practice

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Obesity – lifestyle interventions

The prevalence of overweight and obese adults and children continues to be an increasing public health issue in Australia. GPs have a vital role in identification and treatment. A multidisciplinary, lifestyle intervention, approach with the use of dietitians and exercise physiologists may be appropriate in managing weight.

Recorded: 27/02/2020

Adult healthChildren & young persons healthMens healthWomens health

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Providing quality healthcare for addressing illicit substance use

This 1-hour webinar provides an innovative and engaging learning environment for GPs to improve their knowledge, skills and confidence in providing quality care for patients who use illicit drugs and/or alcohol and information on the options and pathways for dependence options e.g. Opioid Treatment.

Recorded: 29/02/2020

Addiction medicine

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Assessment and management of minor burn injuries for Rural GPs

This instalment of the Rural Health Webinar Series explores the assessment and management of burn injuries. It covers the assessment of burn depth, criteria for referral to burns units, and practical steps that rural GPs can use in initial burn management, blister management, dressing and follow up, as well as special considerations in the management of burns to specific areas such as the face, hands, feet and perineum.

Recorded: 5/03/2020

Rural health

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Applying Health Coaching Principles when communicating with patients at risk of chronic disease

Preventing chronic disease is key in reducing lifestyle related diseases such as overweight and obesity and Type 2 diabetes. It's well documented that lifestyle changes such as being physically active and eating healthy foods can have a positive impact on an individual's health and wellbeing.

Recorded: 11/03/2020

Adult healthMens healthWomens health

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COVID-19 and Influenza update

This webinar delivers the latest evidence and information on the management of COVID-19 and the influenza virus.

Recorded: 17/03/2020

COVID-19

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Integrating smoking cessation into alcohol and other drugs treatment

Smokers who use alcohol and other drugs are motivated to quit although there appears to be a wide variation in readiness to seek help to quit.

Recorded: 17/03/2020

Addiction medicine

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NSW influenza vaccination update 2020

This webinar focuses on factors contributing to varying influenza impact in NSW in recent years. Additionally we discuss the impact and outcomes of the 2019 influenza vaccine to children under 5 years of age program.

Recorded: 17/03/2020

Children & young persons health

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