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In partnership with the Maternity, Child, Youth and Paediatrics Unit in the New South Wales Ministry of Health, the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), has developed an onlinecourse around Youth Friendly Consultation Skills.The…
2 Educational activity hours
This learning modules provides an overview of the important role GPs play in sexually transmissible infections (STI)/HIV contact tracing as a means of preventing STI re-infection and the onward spread of these infections. The module details how to initiate…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
This course is part of a colloboration between ACRRM and the Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) Melbourne that aims to bring selected elements of the RCH's Practical Paediatric Program to rural and remote GP's.RCH has been providing outstanding care for…
2 Educational activity hours
FACRRM recommended
In this course Speakers from RCH cover 4 topics relevant to general practice: Strabismus (Lazy eye), Dr Lloyd Bender: Diagnosis, common masqueraders, common conditions associated with strabismus, treatment and sequelae of strabismus. Leucocoria (White pupil…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
In this course Dr Susie Gibb talks about: UTI The factors that indicate a child with a proven UTI should be further investigated Investigations of choice Recurrent infections and prophylaxis Vesicoureteric reflux Preferred acute UTI treatment and which…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
This learning module provides an overview of the most frequently notified sexually transmissible infections (STI) in Australia. This includes information about STI/HIV clinical indicators, typical presentations, how to identify patients for testing and…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
This learning module provides an introductory overview of current sexually transmissible infections (STI)/HIV surveillance trends, patient groups who are at risk and STI/HIV testing recommendations. The module also highlights the important role GPs play in…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
A Rural and Remote Medical Practitioner who can confidently diagnose and manage haemochromatosis in their community has the opportunity to minimise morbidity and mortality not only for that particular patient, but for the relatives of that patient as…
Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition affecting one in three Australasians at some stage throughout their lives. The condition is most common in people with a family history of an atopic disorder, including…
1 Educational activity hour
FACRRM recommended
This course introduces the clinician to the general aspects of zoonotic diseases relevant to the rural sector. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: Outline the zoonotic infections that are of public health relevance to Australians…
2 Educational activity hours
FACRRM recommended