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Earn CPD hours via this exclusive national GP webinar series brought to you by the RACGP and Healthscope. Now available on-demand in Praxhub.
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Register today to automatically be registered for the full series: 6 CPD activities with EA (Educational Activities) and RP (Reviewing Performance) CPD hours presented by leading Healthscope specialists and doctors.
Almost all your CPD hours from the one series
When you complete each of the 6 modules' optional topic-based mini audits, you can earn almost all your CPD hours for the year. RACGP approved.
Now available on-demand
Each activity in the series is approved for 1.5hrs EA and 1 hour RP.
How to earn CPD hours
The Everyday Scope of Health Series is an exclusive six-part CPD webinar series run throughout 2023, now available on-demand for free, exclusively in Praxhub. It’s presented by leading Healthscope specialists and doctors and is case-study based, focussing on the types of presentations you see every day. It’s designed to be undertaken as a whole series so when you register, you’ll automatically be enrolled into all six modules. If you can’t attend a live webinar module, don’t worry it will be available afterwards as on-demand education.
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Description: This Orthopaedic webinar module has been co-designed by the RACGP x Healthscope. Musculoskeletal symptoms affect all age groups and presentation can vary from acute to chronic and simple to complex. Discover what’s new in non-medical, medical and surgical treatment options for the patient presentations you see every day.
1. Identify medical and non-medical options which could form an individualised treatment plan for patients experiencing common knee or hip pain.2. Outline referral eligibility criteria for clinically appropriate surgical management of patients experiencing knee or hip pain.
Mr Jarrad Stevens
Dr Catherine O'Neill
General Practitioner, National GP Facilitator Healthscope
Pre-reading and mini-audit
Optional extra enrichment activity downloads
Mini Audit- guide
Description: This presentation will address the approach for and initial management of patients presenting with chest pain in general practice. It will involve discussion on a range of case to explore severity, assessment and diagnostic options, and when to refer for risk stratification and management.
Dr Andrew Terluk
Dr Ronen Gurvitch
Description: This webinar will use common cases to examine best practice treatment approaches for patients presenting with insomnia and a co-occurring mental health condition. The presenters will discuss the biopsychosocial factors involved in clinical assessment, ways to engage patients in treatment planning and the range of pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions that are available.
Dr Joel Aizenstros
Dr Alexander Sweetman
Program Manager (Australasian Sleep Association)
Description: This webinar will focus on some common presenting problems that affect men’s health. Men are less likely to visit a GP than women and may not have the health literacy or confidence to discuss certain issues that impact their health and wellbeing. Lower urinary tract symptoms are common with symptoms increasing with age and male sexual function is impacted by a complex range of biopsychosocial factors. Our presenters will explore the range of treatment options for medical management of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) and best-practice ways to discuss and engage patients in treatment planning about their sexual health.
Dr Gideon Blecher
Urologist & Andrologist
Dr Sophie Plagakis
Urologist & Urological surgeon
Mini Audit Instructions
Description: Our presenters will explore a range of case presentations and the important role that GPs have in screening, care co-ordination and preparing the patient for the care they will receive.
Dr Samriti Sood
Breast Oncoplastic Surgeon
A/Prof Nicholas Wilcken
Director Medical Oncology, Westmead Cancer Care Centre
Description: Our presenters will explore a range of care presentations focusing on improved perioperative and post surgical management of pain as well as addressing opioid stewardship.
Dr Tim Hucker
Pain specialist & anaesthetist
Earn 1.5 EA (Educational Activities) CPD hours, logged with the RACGP on your behalf
Self-reflection form completed post-webinar:
Earn 1 RP (Reviewing Performance) CPD hour, logged with the RACGP on your behalf
And when you go on to complete each of the 6 module’s optional extra enrichment activities, you can earn almost all your CPD hours for the year:
Complete the pre-reading:
Earn RP (Reviewing Performance) CPD hours. Links are provided and GP to self-record via Quick Log
Complete a mini audit:
Earn MO (Measuring Outcome) CPD hours. RACGP template provided and GP to self-record via Quick Log
GPs can now access the full series on-demand for free within Praxhub. It's free to join, so get started now! Register here
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