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Rural Pain Education Series

The RDWA Learn Rural Pain Education Series will run weekly for eight weeks to provide rural health practitioners with the latest evidence-based pain assessment and treatment strategies.

The Rural Pain Webinar Series is an interactive, multidisciplinary, educational series targeted at health professionals working in regional and remote areas of South Australia. It is brought to you by the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency (RDWA) in partnership with the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute Australasia (Noigroup).

While the sessions are complementary, they are designed as stand-alone sessions to suit your learning needs as a rural health practitioner.

The following topics will be presented across the series

All webinars will commence at 7pm.

25th May: The world of pain Sciences - Professor Lorimer Moseley  
1st June: Opioids and other pain medications - Dr Graham Wright 
8th June: Harnessing the movement sweet-zone in recovery - Mr Brendan Mouatt
15th June: Psychological therapies for the non-psychologist - Annie Hopkins and Dr Dianne Wilson
22nd June: The Protectometer – Ms Hayley Leake
29th June: Rethinking Osteoarthritis – Associate Professor Tasha Stanton 
6th July: A pants on approach to assessing and managing pelvic pain - Dr Jane Chalmers
13th July:  The Power of Storytelling – Mr Dan Harvie  


The course in this webinar series meet the criteria for RACGP CPD Activity and ACCRM PDP Activity points. Certificates will be issues to attendees.


Registrations are now open for this event.



If you have any questions please contact:
Rachel Sato, Education Support Officer
E: learn@ruraldoc.com.au
PH: 8234 8277