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This course is designed specifically with the needs of practitioners in rural and remote areas in mind. It is aimed at medical students, recent graduates, registrars in general practice (especially those intending to work in rural and remote Australia) as
5 Educational activity hours
FACRRM Recommended
This Retrieval Medicine (Advanced)courseforms the advanced component of a two part series on Retrieval Medicine that has been created as part of a collaboration between the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Royal Flying Doctors
16 Performance review hours
16 MOPS (Emergency Medicine) hours
FACRRM Recommended
This course features 150 radiology cases curated from the previousRadiology Onlinecourse. Cases have been updated and added, along with a progressive series of online assessments that can earn participants PDP hours. Each block of 10 cases and their
FACRRM Recommended
Ophthal-Assist is a telehealth and educational initiative of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) in collaboration with lead ophthalmologists with an understanding of the rural and remote context and a commitment to the support for
ACRRM Members are able to enrol.Non-members who are rural doctors can apply for free accessApply hereDesigned for rural doctors to get access to practical dermatology advice and education from dermatologists and a plastic surgeon experienced in treating rural
Are you a member of ACRRM, a registrar planning to sit the AST-EM StAMPS, medical student or junior doctor on a rural pathway thinking of doing your AST in emergency medicine, a rural FACRRM with a significant caseload of emergency medicine, or an urban based
FACRRM Recommended
This course is designed for general practitioners, practice nurses and medical students to become familiar with and sensitive to the diverse terminology, experiences, health issues, standards, and referral pathways with respect to trans, gender diverse, and
2 Educational activity hours
FACRRM Recommended
The GP Pain Help app and website aims to help GPs manage cancer pain in their patients. The content has been developed by the Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education (CPCRE) and the app and website by the Australian College of Rural and Remote
These modules were developed by ACRRM in 2011 specifically for General Practitioners working in rural and remote areas. The modules are designed to provide a rural GP with the information and resources to assist families manage a child with Autism Spectrum
2 Educational activity hours
FACRRM Recommended
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