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Further events will be held in Charleville - Tuesday 7 June and Barcaldine - Wednesday 22 June.
Tuesday 17 May
Supporting patients to access digital health tools
RACGP | ADHA
1:00pm - 1:30pm
Digital health tools have the potential to improve general practice service delivery, business processes and overall health outcomes. The pandemic has seen a rapid increase in the use of technology and practices and patients have become more familiar with using digital health tools to complement their care.
In this session, delivered in partnership with the Australian Digital Health Agency, we will discuss the digital health tools available to patients, barriers to access technology, breaking down the barriers, digital inclusion and how you can support your patients at a practice level. Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions.
This session is part of the Digital health live Q&A series running across May.
This event attracts 1 CPD point.
Describe the potential benefits to patients and practices using digital health tools
Explain the potential barriers to access technology
Articulate how your practice can encourage and support patients to use digital health tools
The mental health impacts of COVID-19 and the rapidly changing world for our teenagers are recognised triggers for the development of disordered eating. In response, the CYMHS Eating Disorders Program will offer a series of interactive webinars.
The Paediatric Eating Disorder webinar mini-series launches Wednesday, May 18th, continuing weekly until June 15th. Dr. Michelle Boyd, Paediatrician, will facilitate sessions, alongside an inter-professional expert panel.
Sessions are relevant to GPs and their colleagues, as well as school based youth health nurses suppoorting children and young people with eating disorders.
Chronic Kidney Disease, Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease: the clinical importance to make the link
Kidney Health Australia
Join guest Nephrologist speaker, Dr Veena Roberts, on this webinar, exploring the evidence in making the link between chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, and the clinical importance of these three conditions.
Project ECHO can support you in your work through case-based learning and topic discussions. Bring your de-identified cases for advice and support. Join our interprofessional community of practice meetings online.
Each session will include a 15min didactic presentation followed by the presentation of a case study, taking about 1 hour in total.
Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, University of Tasmania
The Preventing Dementia MOOC (massive open online course) examines the latest evidence on dementia risk factors and ways to reduce the risk. This free online course is open to everyone and members of your network may be interested in learning about dementia risk reduction.
Recent research† suggests that around 40% of dementia cases might be prevented or delayed by modifying risk factors.
Introduction - 17th May, 2022
Module 1 - 19th May, 2022 - Can Dementia be prevented?
Module 2 - 26th May, 2022 - Dementia risk - it's not all in your head
Module 3 - 2nd June, 2022 - A healthy and active mind
Module 4 - 9th June, 2022 - Interventions for Prevention
The annual Disability Support Workers (DSW) Conference, which brings disability support workers and industry leaders together for two days of networking, learning, and sharing is being held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 14 & 15 June 2022.
A combination of keynotes, workshops, and discussions centre on current issues for the sector and empowering workers and their clients to meet future needs.
The conference is being offered in a hybrid format this year so in-person and virtual options are available.
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