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2020 Paediatrics masterclass: The primary school years – Urological and respiratory issues Members login for free access About RACGP online events


Type: On-demand
Recorded: 20 Oct 2020


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2020 Paediatrics masterclass: The primary school years – Urological and respiratory issues

On-demand recorded 20 Oct 2020

The 2020 Paediatrics masterclass series is delivered by the Queensland Children’s Hospital in partnership with RACGP Queensland. This series is designed to help you improve the health outcomes of your paediatric patients. Webinar 3/6 of the Paediatrics masterclass series: The primary school years (Part 1) includes paediatric urological problems as well as asthma, cough and the unified airway.

Note: Unfortunately, the first webinar in the 2020 Paediatrics masterclass series on prenatal/newborn testing is unavailable on-demand due to speaker request

Learning outcomes

  1. Apply recent changes to asthma guidelines for children
  2. Assess the role of the unified airway in children presenting with asthma and cough
  3. Confidently assess and manage the child presenting with urinary symptoms
This event attracts 3 CPD points

This event attracts 3 CPD points


Kate Tavendale
Co-leader Physiotherapy Paediatric Continence Service

Kate Tavendale graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy and completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation) from the University of Melbourne in 2007. Since that time, Kate has continued to develop her skills and knowledge in the assessment and treatment of bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction in adults and children. Kate has worked in both private and public services and currently works at the Queensland Children’s Hospital co-leading their State-wide Physiotherapy Paediatric Continence Service, with Amelia Moir, and The Prince Charles Hospital, managing their Adult Continence and Lymphoedema Service.

A. Prof Nitin Kapur
Consultant paediatric respiratory and sleep physician

A. Prof Nitin Kapur is a consultant paediatric respiratory and sleep physician at the Queensland Children's Hospital in Brisbane. He is also the director of Paediatric Education and director of Clinical Training at the same hospital. His research interests include CNLD, pre-school wheeze, chronic cough and bronchiectasis, with a PhD in paediatric bronchiectasis. He has recently been appointed as the president-elect of the Paediatric and Child Health Division of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).

Dr Bhavesh Patel
Paediatric surgeon

Dr Bhavesh Patel is a paediatric surgeon, tech geek and amateur calligrapher. He is a member of the Board of Paediatric Surgery with Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Secretary of Australian and New Zealand Association of Paediatric Surgeons, and Secretary of the Society of Paediatric Urology of New Zealand and Australia. Dr Patel is interested in quality improvement by continuing to ask what quality means from different points of view. He is always happy to discuss collaborative care and grateful to be involved.


Children’s Health Queensland is a specialist hospital and health service dedicated to delivering world-class care for children and young people from across Queensland and northern New South Wales. The Queensland Children’s Hospital cares for the sickest and most seriously injured children, partnering with health services statewide to provide safe and appropriate care close to home.


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