Dr Andrew Clout, orthopaedic surgeon, will be presenting to local GPs on future directions in hip and knee replacement surgery, focusing on advances in hip replacement and optimisation of pain management and early rehabilitation in knee replacement surgery.
The Opioid Treatment Accreditation Course (OTAC), which allows medical and nurse practitioners to be recognised as accredited prescribers of opioid pharmacotherapies, will be hosted in Wagga Wagga on Saturday 21st September 2019 and presented by Dr Ken Curry, Clinical Director of Drug & Alcohol Murrumbidgee LHD.
The Hot Topics GP Update Course covers the most pertinent medical literature from the last 12 months, perfectly distilled for today's busy GPs and Nurses. Throughout the Hot Topics course, there are discussions about the latest clinical evidence, how this evidence may vary from current practice, what changes this might necessitate in updating patient care and Quality Improvement ideas that you can look at in your practice.
Presented by A/Prof Stephen Barnett and Dr Genevieve Yates.
This year MPHN and its Board is hosting an opportunity for our GPs, health professionals, members and award finalists to come together and celebrate the achievements in primary healthcare across the Murrumbidgee.
GPs, GP Registrars, medical students and practice nurses are welcome to attend the renowned Hot Topics education event. Members of firsthealth Limited are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting. Afterwards, we welcome you to unwind at our 2019 Primary Healthcare Awards dinner and presentation.
A practical, information-packed and engaging workshop designed for All Practice staff, including GPs, to assist them to gain the knowledge and confidence they need to safely undertake the prioritisation and triage roles, which are a growing part of the everyday process of managing patient demand.
A practical, information-packed and engaging workshop designed for Reception Staff and Practice Nurses, to assist them to gain the knowledge and confidence they need to safely undertake the prioritisation and triage roles, which are a growing part of the everyday process of managing patient demand.