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Business resilience and continuity during COVID-19 (webinar series) Episode 2

Business 101 during the pandemic - This 3 part series on Business resilience and continuity during COVID-19 is proudly supported by Comm Bank.

Business of general practiceCOVID-19

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Engaging CALD children in healthy growth conversations

People from CALD communities face unique challenges accessing and utilising healthcare services. Barriers include language and health literacy and sociocultural beliefs which can all lead to poorer health outcomes1.

Children & young persons health

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What’s new in prostate cancer

This webinar focuses on what's new in the diagnosis and management of early prostate cancer, as well as an update in the new drug therapies for advanced prostate cancer.

Adult healthMens health

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Keeping your practice COVID-safe

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, general practices have implemented a range of infection prevention and control measures in order to maintain the safety of GPs, staff and patients. Using current examples, this webinar will address practical solutions that you can apply to your practice.

COVID-19

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Heart Valve Disease Update 2020

This webinar will address the under diagnosis and under treatment of heart valve disease and provide a state of the art review of therapies.

Adult health

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Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence (MATOD) - Module 1 Safer Opioid prescribing

Module 1 includes how to implement safe and effective opioid prescribing and how to recognise, prevent and respond to problematic opioid.

Addiction medicine

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Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence (MATOD) - Module 2 essential knowledge

Module 2 includes recordings of 'essential knowledge'. Interviews with MATOD experts, as well as two live zoom sessions that will allow you to ask questions of the experts. On completion you'll be trained and recognised as a prescriber for methadone and buprenorphine based assisted treatment of opioid dependence.

Addiction medicine

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Notifiable data breaches scheme

The Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme came into effect in February 2018 and applies to all agencies and organisations with existing personal information security obligations under the Privacy Act. These obligations extend to general practices.

Recorded: 5/02/2019

Business of general practice

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High-quality health records to support patient care

High-quality health records are critical to the provision of safe, effective and personalised patient care. They facilitate good communication with other healthcare providers, and are linked to practice accreditation and incentive programs. Despite this, maintaining health records is not always considered a priority for busy general practices.

Recorded: 11/03/2019

Business of general practice

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Medico-legal concerns and My Health Record

Every Australian known to Medicare or the Department of Veterans' Affairs will now own a My Health Record, unless they chose to opt out between 16 July 2018 and 31 January 2019.

Recorded: 26/03/2019

Business of general practice

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Information security in general practice

Information security is critical to the provision of safe, high-quality healthcare and the efficient running of a general practice. It is a fixed cost of doing business to ensure business continuity and the protection of information assets.

Recorded: 30/04/2019

Business of general practice

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SafeScript - Real time prescription monitoring for controlled drugs

SafeScript is computer software that transmits prescription records for certain high-risk medicines to a centralised database in real-time, which can then be accessed by doctors, nurse practitioners and pharmacists during a consultation.

Recorded: 5/05/2019

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