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Northern Health GP Education

Northern Health provide a number of educational opportunities for GPs. The Lecture/Seminar Series may be accredited by the RACGP for allocation of CPD points.

Upcoming Education Sessions

Cancer Survivorship:  The New Normal - Life After Cancer - 12th October 
  Tyndale Conference Room, Uni Hill Conference Centre, 30 Graduate Rd, Bundoora
Time:  6.00pm registration and light supper for 6.30 start - 8.30pm
CPD:   4 points
General Practitioners are ideally placed to provide followup care for breast cancer survivors. Northern Health aims to support general practitioners in effectively managing survivorship issues in women that have completed active treatment (chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery) for breast cancer. The session aims to focus on the psychosocial issues developing after active treatment.  Click here to register

Blood in the North - 25th November
The Northern Hospital NCHER building Lecture Theatre 1
Time:  8.30am - 8.00am
CPD:   40 points
The rapid population growth in Melbourne’s north over the last 3‐5 years has resulted in an increase in referrals from primary health practitioners to the haematology department at the Northern Hospital.  Registration details to be advised

This Active Learning Module will focus on increasing the knowledge, initial diagnostic workup and management principles of common haematological conditions seen by GPs in the community.

External Education

BloodSafe eLearning Australia: Transfusion practice and patient blood management education.

The online courses are accredited by various providers and involve a wide array of topics, including:

BloodSafe eLearning Australia Videos:

Clinical Attachments

Clinical attachments can be attended for one morning / afternoon (2 points per hour) – Group 2 or 10 hours for Group 1 points dependent on availability.

Clinical attachments can be awarded accreditation points provided the GP completes the relevant self-directed learning module available on the RACGP website.

For further information:
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