Everyday Scope
of Health Series

Earn CPD hours for all three activity types (EA, MO & RP) with this national GP webinar series exclusively co-designed by the RACGP and Healthscope, available free on Praxhub.

Webinar series overview

What's new in: Oncology

Now available on-demand

2

1

Wednesday 19 June 2024 7:30-9pm AEST. See timezones

Each activity in the series is approved for 1.5hrs EA, 5hrs MO and 1 hour RP.

Learn more

4

3

What's new in: Neuro & Spine

Wednesday 21 August 2024 7:30-9pm AEST. See timezones


Wednesday 24 July 2024 7:30-9pm AEST. See timezones

Due to the overwhelming response received from Australian GPs for the 2023 Everyday Scope of Health series, the RACGP and Healthscope have partnered again in 2024 to bring you a brand-new four-part hybrid CPD series that reflects the common patient presentations you see every day.

Presented by Healthscope specialists and doctors, each activity is specifically designed for the Australian GP, case-study based and includes optional Measuring Outcomes (MO) and Reviewing Performance (RP) components.

Register once to access to all four webinars. The series webinar recordings will become available to watch free and on-demand afterwards.

Co-designed by the RACGP & Healthscope
Check CircleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
Case studies based on everyday GP presentations
Check CircleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
Facilitated by a GP, presented by leading specialists and doctors
Check CircleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
Check CircleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
Check CircleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)

A full range of EA, RP & MO approved activities, where the CPD hours are uploaded for you by Healthscope or RACGP - learn more

Covers medical and surgical treatment options

Benefits of the webinar series

GP reviews from Everyday Scope of Health Series #1

* Responses from post-webinar surveys, 2023 Everyday Scope of Health webinar series

92.7%

91.5%

97.9%

92.7%

Upcoming webinars in the series

MO & RP CPD:
Provided by RACGP

Dr Catherine O'Neill

General Practitioner, National GP Facilitator Healthscope

Wednesday 19 June 2024 7:30-9pm AEST See timezones


Description: Cardiovascular disease (CVD), including acute and chronic heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease, is a complex and multifactorial issue that affects 16.6% of the Australian population. It is the leading cause of death in Australia and accounts for 26% of all deaths.

Timely diagnosis is important to optimise evidence-based treatment options, which can delay mortality and improve symptoms. GPs need to be equipped to diagnose, treat, manage and assess CVD patients with up-to-date processes and use of technology. While ongoing management is the responsibility of GPs, early collaborative care involving cardiologists and GPs enables higher quality care and leads to improved survival. This program will assist GPs to readily identify clinical presentations of heart disease, determine appropriate investigations and treatment options, and ensure timely referral to a specialist when needed.


Learning outcomes: 

  1. Identify the clinical presentations of common structural heart diseases and the appropriate diagnostic tools that can support a diagnosis
  2. Describe the role of the GP in treating patients with common structural heart disease and when to refer for cardiologist evaluation
  3. Identify patients suitable for cath lab interventional procedures and the potential benefits and complications that can occur

Dr Tony Lai

Interventional cardiologist

EA CPD: 

Provided by Healthscope

id: 826116

Prof Kuljit Singh

Interventional cardiologist

What's new in: Cardiac Intervention

Now available on-demand

MO & RP CPD:
Provided by RACGP
MO id: 826107
RP id: 826106

Dr Catherine O'Neill

General Practitioner, National GP Facilitator Healthscope

Now available on-demand


Description: GPs elevate your expertise in musculoskeletal care by joining this upcoming webinar presented by two leading Healthscope orthopaedic surgeons. Dr Julian Yu, a knee and hip specialist driven by modern technology, will present on knee injuries, management options and common complications after knee surgery. Whilst Dr Matthew Sherlock, with an interest in sports injuries and joint replacements of the upper limb, will present on rotator cuff and biceps issues.


With 150+ different musculoskeletal conditions involving bones, ligaments, connective tissue and joints, GPs need to facilitate a patient-centred, whole-person care, chronic-disease approach.


Interdisciplinary teamwork also plays an important role in managing acute and chronic presentations involving these presentations.


Musculoskeletal symptoms affect all age groups and can result from hereditary, congenital or acquired pathologic processes. They represent the most common chronic conditions in Australia, accounting for 13% of the total disease burden. GP presentations vary from acute to chronic, and simple to complex.


Learning outcomes: 

  1. Develop an algorithm to assess knee injuries including history, examination, appropriate investigations and management as appropriate including surgical and non-surgical. 
  2. Assess patients with rotator cuff and biceps issues and develop a management plan including surgical and non-surgical.
  3. List the common complications with orthopaedic knee and shoulder surgery, management options and when to re-refer to surgeon.

Dr Julian Yu

Orthopaedic Surgery

EA CPD: 

Provided by Healthscope

id: 826110

Dr Matthew Sherlock

Orthopaedic Surgery

What's new in: Shoulder & Knee Injuries

Now available on-demand

How to earn CPD hours

Step 1. Webinar or video completion

Participants earn 1.5 EA (Educational Activities) CPD hours per activity by attending the live events or by viewing the on-demand videos through Praxhub. These EA hours will be logged with the RACGP on your behalf by Healthscope.





Step 2. Complete Hybrid CPD activities developed by RACGP

The 2024 Everyday Scope of Health reviewing performance (RP) and measuring outcomes (MO) activities are developed and accredited by the RACGP specifically to suit the educational activity (EA) content for the webinar series.


Links to the MO & RP activities will be available for webinar attendees and video viewers.

Be sure to check out the groundbreaking first season of Everyday Scope of Health. The series features 6 high-quality, integrated activities presented by Healthscope specialists and doctors, moderated by a GP.

CheckFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
CheckFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
CheckFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)

9 Educational Activities (EA) hours
6 Reviewing Performance (RP) hours
Earn MO (Measuring Outcomes) CPD hours by completing a mini audit using the RACGP template provided and self-record via Quick Log

INTEGRATED EDUCATION

Everyday Scope of Health Series - Season 1 (2023)

What's new in: Managing breast cancer in women
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Samriti Sood, Nicholas Wilcken

What's new in: Managing chronic pain
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Tim Hucker, Ralph Mobbs

What's new in: Managing men's health
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Gideon Blecher, Sophie Plagakis

What's new in: Managing common cardiology conditions
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Ronen Gurvitch, Andrew Terluk

What's new in: Managing hip & knee pain
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Craig Donohue, Jarrad Stevens

What's new in: Managing insomnia and mental health
1.5 EA hours; 1 RP hour
Catherine O'Neill, Joel Aizenstros, Alexander Sweetman

Benefit from Healthscope's ongoing commitment to providing quality medical CPD education by accessing their complete library for free, exclusively on Praxhub.


Hundreds of hours of accredited CPD training is waiting for you!

Access Healthscope's full CPD library for free

More quality CPD series from Healthscope

Earn EA (educational activities) hours with 4 mental health webinars on depression in women, alcohol and other drug misuse, PTSD, and eating disorders.

2024 Mental Health Webinar Series

Earn EA (educational activities) hours with 4 webinars covering common GP presentations.

2024 Healthscope Webinar Series

Coming soon

To access hundreds of quality CPD training courses, simply join Praxhub's free online medical community

Australian Eastern Daylightsavings Time: 7:30pm

Melbourne/Canberra/Sydney/Hobart (GMT+11)


Norfolk Island Daylight Time: 8:30pm

(GMT+12)


Australian Eastern Standard Time: 6:30pm

Brisbane (GMT+10)


Australian Central Daylight Time: 7:00pm
Adelaide (GMT+10.30)


Australian Western Standard Time: 4:30pm
Perth (GMT+8)


Christmas Island Time: 3:30pm
(GMT+7)

Australian Timezones

ClockFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)

Australian Eastern Standard Time: 7:30pm

Melbourne/Canberra/Sydney/Brisbane/Hobart (GMT+10)


Norfolk Island Daylight Time: 8:30pm

(GMT+11)


Australian Central Daylight Time: 7:00pm
Adelaide (GMT+9.30)


Australian Western Standard Time: 5:30pm
Perth (GMT+8)


Christmas Island Time: 4:30pm
(GMT+7)

Australian Timezones

ClockFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)

SCROLL

  1. Login to Praxhub via the 'Register to attend' button below
    (Once logged in, you will automatically be taken to the webinar registration page)

  2. Click the 'Register' button on the webinar page
  1. Click on the 'Join free now' button below
  2. From the login page, simply click the 'Get started' link 
  3. Complete the registration form to create your free Praxhub profile (it only takes a minute)
  4. Check your inbox to verify your email
  5. Log in to Praxhub
  6. Click the 'Register' button on the webinar page
Exclamation TriangleFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)
When registering, please take care to provide correct email and professional details, including your college & AHPRA id so we can accurately lodge your CPD hours
Alternate Long Arrow RightFont Awesome Free 5.0.6 by @fontawesome - http://fontawesome.com License - http://fontawesome.com/license (Icons: CC BY 4.0, Fonts: SIL OFL 1.1, Code: MIT License)

Registering for Praxhub webinars is now even easier! 

Are you new to Praxhub? Welcome!

One-click registration for Praxhub members: