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To support your continued learning, our Medical Professional Development program enables rural GPs to undertake a wide range of clinical upskilling close to home, reducing the need to travel and leave your practice and community.
These informative workshops are tailored to you in rural practice by experienced rural specialists. Topics have been identified by you, SA’s rural GPs, as areas of interest essential to your practice in your rural communities and are updated every 12 months, ensuring you have access to the most relevant clinical development available.
If there is a topic that you would like to explore and is important to you in your rural practice, please let us know.
You are invited to attend any of the Medical Professional Development workshops if you are a rural:
Workshops start at 7pm, with networking and light refreshments at the end of the session. Attendees will be notified of the local venue by email upon registration.
There is no cost to attend.
Due to ongoing COVID-19 venue restrictions, registrations are essential.
Dates may be subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions. If any changes are necessary, registered attendees will be notified by the RDWA GP Services team.
We are excited to announce the next phase in Dermatology Medical Professional Development workshops, with a new topic focusing on skin cancers and lesions.
Presented by Dr Lachlan Warren, this interactive session focuses on the practicalities of skin cancer management for rural GPs with an emphasis on safety, skin lesion and checking techniques, and assessment. Dr Warren will also cover the principles of dermoscopy as well as sharing tips from his own experience.
Friday 30 July
Friday 27 August
Friday 15 October
Friday 19 November
Diabetes and cardiovascular disease, with cardiologist Dr Philip Tideman, looks at the various aspects of cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes, given that CVD is the largest cause of mortality in this group of patients.
The workshop will focus on the mechanisms of CVD in diabetes, as well as treatment considerations to reduce risk and improve outcomes from CVD in diabetes. Dr Tideman will also explore newer medications in diabetes management and their impact on CVD outcomes.
Wednesday 4 August
Thursday 7 October
Monday 1 November
For more information please contact:
Noelene Cooper, GP Services Coordinator
PH 08 8234 8277