Skin Cancer Workshop
April 16-17 & September 3-4, 2016 (Saturday, Sunday)
The two day general practitioner Skin Cancer Workshop is developed by specialist dermatologist educators at the Skin and Cancer Foundation in association with the Department of General Practice, Monash University.
This GP Skin Cancer Workshop is suitable for all GP’s and GP registrars, whatever the level of experience. Developed and taught by experienced specialist dermatologist educators, this workshop is a perfect opportunity up-skill.
May 28 & October 8, 2016 (Saturday)
Due to the popularity and excellent feedback from the Mindfulness course held last year, we will be holding another Mindfulness course this year.
Mindfulness-based approaches have generated a great deal of clinical and research interest in recent years. Mindfulness is a generic skill involving training attention and attitude. It has a wide range of solutions to improving immunity, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, and enhanced clinical performance. This interactive workshop will explore the principles and application of mindfulness based practices for personal and professional use.
The Mindfulness course aims to increase awareness of the importance of stress and mental health problems and their effects on wellbeing, performance and leadership. It will also increase knowledge of the indications for and role of mindfulness in managing mental and physical illness.
The John Murtagh Update Course
November 2-4 2016 (Wednesday - Friday)
The update course is a celebration of what is best in clinical general practice learning and in an era of electronic clinical education offerings, it continues to be a mainstay in practising GPs’ educational calendars. It also provides an opportunity for GPs to network with their colleagues. The course is named in honour of Professor John Murtagh and his extraordinary contribution to Family Medicine. The 2015 Annual Update course is proudly convened by the Department of General Practice, Monash University, and will be held this year at the Rendezvous Hotel, 328 Flinders Street, Melbourne, 3000. Full program details will be available from Easter 2016. This will be the 38th year that the course has been offered.
Co-branded courses with the Black Dog Institute
The Black Dog Institute offers GPs a selection of interactive workshops focused on various aspects of recognising and managing mental health presentations in a general practice setting. These workshops provide both theoretical and practical resources for application in both assessment and treatment of these common conditions. Individual course descriptions detail the learning objectives and the accreditation levels for each workshop. – http://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/
Course information will be available shortly!
Primary Care Office Procedures Workshop
This workshop will provide the clinician with a range of procedural skills, including the ability to understand and manage a variety of common problems that require office-based surgical intervention, such as foreign body removal, lacerations, lipomas, leg ulcers, abscesses, sebaceous cysts, ingrown toenails, haemorrhoids and anorectal conditions. The workshop demonstrates a range of surgical procedures, local anaesthetic approaches, post-operative care, and simple and more complex suturing with valuable tips on obtaining optimal cosmetic outcomes. The workshop is suitable for GPs, overseas trained doctors, newly arrived doctors seeking to work in rural networks, nurse practitioners and VR doctors who wish to further develop their surgical office-based skills.
Brisbane (12 - 13 March, 2016) (Saturday, Sunday) Register here
Sydney (9 - 10 July, 2016) (Saturday, Sunday) Register here
Melbourne (5 - 6 November, 2016) (Saturday, Sunday) Register here
Enquiries: email: email@example.com
For program enquiries:
Dr Heather Grusauskas
Tel: +61 3 9905 0059
For registration enquiries:
Graduate Studies Office
Tel: +61 3 9902 4495