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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 28 Mar 2022

Contact

For more information:
Email: RACGP NSW&ACT
Call: 02 9886 4707

Price

RACGP Members: FREE
Non-Members: FREE

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NSW COVID-19 Update

On-demand recorded 28 Mar 2022

  • An update on COVID-19 in NSW
  • An update on variants and current cases across NSW
  • Booster and Influenza vaccination program – planning for April rollout
  • Anti-virals and access for GP eligible patients
  • Japanese Encephalitis – Implications for GP and vaccination recommendations
  • NSW Floods update

Learning outcomes

  1. Be aware of current variants circulating in NSW
  2. Be aware of the COVID booster and Influanza vaccination program
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

Speakers

A/Prof Charlotte Hespe
Chair, RACGP NSW&ACT

Charlotte Hespe works part time in clinical General Practice in Inner City Glebe as a Principal of a 16 Dr Group Practice. She also works as Head of General Practice and Primary Care Research for University of Notre Dame, Australia, School of Medicine, Sydney. She is actively involved with the RACGP, and is current chair RACGP NSW/ACT Faculty Council and a Director on the RACGP Board.

Dr Kerry Chant
Chief Health Officer, NSW Ministry of Health

Dr Walid Jammal
MBBS FRACGP DCH M. Health Law

Dr Penny Burns
General Practitioner

Penny Burns is a General Practitioner based in Sydney. She has worked for over 20 years in urban and rural general practice and is a member of the RACGP Expert Committee - Practice, Technology and Management. She has been interested in computer and technology use in general practice since the early 1990s. Penny is interested in the use of technology to improve outcomes in learning. Over the last year she has been involved in delivering education sessions as part of the My Health Record in general practice national education awareness campaign. She is currently part of the CSIRO Primary Care Data Quality Content Working Group, which examines the use of data in general practice and is Deputy Chair of the Disaster Management Special Interest Group at the RACGP.

Dr Richard Broome
Acting Executive Director, Health Protection NSW

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