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In Practice: Free educational resources


Matt Woodley


15/09/2022 1:23:24 PM

RACGP Plus has a suite of free mental health education resources available for members.

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GPs can access information about e-mental health via the RACGP webpage.

This week’s round-up also includes information on an upcoming conference in Brisbane focused on quality in healthcare, as well as details for a webinar on post-diagnostic care of dementia in general practice.
 
RACGP Plus: Free educational resources
RACGP Plus has a suite of free mental health education resources available for members.
 
GPs can now access more information about e-mental health and how to identify patients who are most suitable for e-mental interventions via the RACGP webpage.
 
The Black Dog Institute also provides advice on how to use e-mental health in the primary care setting.
 
ISQua Conference
The International Society for Quality in Health Care’s (ISQua) Conference is fast approaching.
 
Due to take place in Brisbane from 17–20 October, this year’s theme is ‘Designing for the Future: Community, Resilience and Sustainability’.
 
The RACGP will be exhibiting at the conference, while Dr Louise Acland, Chair of the RACGP Expert Committee – Standards for General Practices, will be delivering a presentation about recent changes to the collection and recording of patient sex and gender in the Standards for general practices (5th edition).
 
Registrations are open via the ISQua website.
 
Webinar: Demystifying dementia
Wednesday 5 October, 7.00 pm – 8.00 pm (AEDT)
Eligible for 2 CPD points
 
Presented by RACGP Specific Interests and Dementia Training Australia, this three-part series aims to help GPs in their knowledge, skills, and confidence in diagnosing and managing dementia in general practice.
 
The third webinar in the series will provide a stepwise approach to initiating the post-diagnostic care of dementia in general practice. It will also discuss the dementia trajectory and provide post-diagnostic care strategies for different stages of the disease, as well as resources, such as GP management plans and their use.
 
Register via the RACGP website.
 
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