Event Information
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Education (DAAE) Program F2F Workshop - Hunter Valley, 1 November 2020
Hunter Valley
Crowne Plaza
NSW, 2325
5 Educational activity
3 Performance review

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Education (DAAE) Program F2F Workshop - Hunter Valley, 1 November 2020

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Education (DAAE) Program – Face to Face Workshop

This highly interactive course provides tools and techniques for GPs to address addiction issues and effectively harness the local resources and referral pathways available in their community.

Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss specific cases from their local community

Appropriate for: ACRRM members with General Registration.

Excluding Student, Health Professional, IMG Associate, Future RG, and Retired members.

Post activity
Online Evaluation Survey
Learning objective
  • Increased knowledge and understanding of AOD fundamental for presenting patients
  • Recognise the specific risks and vulnerabilities for patients with substance use disorders
  • Know how to lead substance use recovery both for individual patients and for your local community
Additional info

Eligible ACRRM members will be able to apply for an incentive grant payment upon completion of the workshop and an online post course evaluation survey. Eligible ACRRM members include all doctors with General Registration and registrars who are current financial members*.

Please note: It is mandatory that participants be present for the entire duration of the course (8am to 4:30pm local time). It is highly recommended that participants consider the start and finish times when making travel arrangements.

If for any reason a participant arrives after the course has commenced or departs before the close of course, they will be ineligible to receive the incentive payment and will not receive a Certificate of Attendance for the allocated PDP/ QI&CPD hours.

ACRRM members who have participated in the RACGP's Alcohol and Other Drugs GP education program will not be eligible to participate in the ACRRM DAAE Program, or receive an incentive grant.

* The following membership types can register for the workshops however will be waitlisted with their place confirmed two weeks prior to the event: Student, Health professional, IMG Associate, Future RG, Resident or Intern, Retired

Provider Information
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Level 2, 410 Queen Street
QLD, 4000