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  • Cancer Care for Adolescents and Young Adults - Enhance your understanding of issues and develop greater confidence in working with this unique patient group through free online learning modules that only take a few minutes a day. Developed by Royal Children’s Hospital, ONTrac at Peter Mac and the Royal Melbourne Hospital.Aug 2013
  • Individual GP Supervisor Active Learning Module The National QA&CPD unit has put together an 'Individual GP Supervisor Active Learning Module (ALM)' for all the GP Supervisors looking after registrars. This will entitle all the GP Supervisors to claim 40 category 1 points only once within the triennium, all they need to do is submit a completed Individual GP Supervisor Active Learning Module (ALM) to their respective QA&CPD unit. The form will also be circulated in the next edition of e--bulllletin. Should you have any questions about this new form please do not hesitate to contact us on 03 8699 0483.
  • RACGP QI&CPD Program 2014-16 – this site provides information about the 2014–2016 QI&CPD Program.  An online version of the handbook is available on this site.  

  • Thinkgp - news and education for health professionals

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  • Stoma Information Package for GPs (Feb 2011)
    A package for GPs has been produced by Stomal Therapists from Austin Health, Northern Health & Eastern Health. This package contains information on:
  • Handle with care: Pre-employment screening -GP’s who are asked to do a pre-employment medical at any time and are uncomfortable about performing them, could refer that worker to Dr Ross Wines at Northern OCC Health Service, C/o LaTrobe University Medical Centre, 18 Kingsbury Drive, Bundoora. Tel 9473 8885 if they so desire. He has been in the field of occupational medicine for over 10 years and has a Monash Uni post grad degree in Occupational Health.

  • Is it a TIA or a Stroke? - Professor Donnan, the Director of the National Stroke Research Institute / Director of the Department of Neurology at Austin Health, has developed guidelines for GPs on how to distinguish between a TIA and a stroke.
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