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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 20 Apr 2022


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DH and RACGP Victoria Webinar Series 2022 - Vaccination Program Victorian update

On-demand recorded 20 Apr 2022

Latest public health advice and Q&A presented by DH representatives in conjunction with RACGP Victoria Faculty Chair Dr Anita Munoz and Co-Deputy Chairs Dr Marina Malcolm and Dr Bernard Shiu.

Learning outcomes

  1. Discuss the current status of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak worldwide and within Australia.
  2. Discuss the management of suspected Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in general practice setting.
  3. Outline preparation and response resources available for general practices in managing Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of DH and RACGP Victoria webinar series 2022. Events in this series are:


Dr Anita Munoz
Chair, RACGP Victoria council

Anita Muñoz is a GP in private practice in Melbourne's CBD and has a dedication to evidence-based medicine, lifelong learning, and promoting the role of general practice in the health of patients, communities and in public health more broadly.


Dr Bernard Shiu
Member – RACGP Business Sustainability Working Group

Dr Bernard Shiu is the owner of Banksia Medical Centre in Geelong. He was awarded GP of the Year in 2020. He serves as the Deputy Chair of RACGP Victoria and Chair of the AMA’s Geelong division. His business interest is about innovative practice to advance primary healthcare in the community. Recently, together with a team of hospital specialists and allied health practitioners, Bernard established Australia’s first community based long COVID clinic in Victoria.

Dr Marina Malcolm
RACGP Victoria Faculty Co-Deputy Chair

Marina is a GP in private practice in Richmond. She has an interest in women’s health, mental health and public health. She Chairs the Women in General Practice Committee which advocates for female GPs and Women’s Health. She also promotes and advocates for the role of part time contracted GP’s in general practice.

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