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Youth Friendly Doctor Training 2017 Program

The YFD Training Program seeks to build the capacity of doctors to communicate more effectively

with young people. With practical sessions delivered by experts, the program also provides

doctors with reference materials, referral links and ongoing support to encompass a holistic youth-friendly practice.

To be accredited as a Youth Friendly Doctor, you must complete both the core module workshops plus one of the elective

workshops. RACGP and ACRRM points will be applied for in 2017.

Rural doctors have the opportunity to participate via the virtual online classroom.

All workshops are held at the AMA (WA)’s Nedlands office. Refreshments from 6pm and workshops commence at

6.30pm sharp. FREE for AMA (WA) members; $50 per workshop for non-members.

WESTERNAUSTRALIA

WESTERNAUSTRALIA

Please forward submissions for Greensheet by

4 September for the October 2017 edition.

Email:

Simone.Wilson@amawa.com.au

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION & TRAINING

Course/Workshop

May to Oct:

2 sessions

per week

CTEC Generic Surgical Sciences Exam (GSSE) Training Course.

Suitable for WA junior doctors

and SET Trainee Exam candidates who will be considered upon application for entry to the course.

Not recommended for interns. Has been designed to improve knowledge, understanding and

application of anatomy, physiology and pathology as it pertains to surgical training. Venue:

CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Cost: $3200pp for the five-month course.

Contact Lee McGuckin

at lee.mcguckin@uwa.

edu.au

or on 6488 8044

ctec.uwa.edu.au

13 Sep

Grand Round Education Series: Emergency Presentations. Topic - Obstetric &

Gynaecological Emergencies.

Over the course of 4 sessions, we will examine the evidence

base relating to diagnostic approaches and treatment options for a range of emergency

presentations seen in practice. Venue: College House, 34 Harrogate Street, West Leederville.

Time 6.30pm-9.00pm. Cost: RACGP Member $90, Non-Member $120

http://www.racgp.org

.

au/Events/BookingR

egistration?eventid=

WA1718_12

23 Sep

Addiction Medicine.

GPs and other primary care professionals have a key role to play in

prevention, early detection and management of substance misuse and addiction. This

one-day ALM aims to develop and enhance GPs' skills in recognising and treating patients

who present with drug addictions. The workshop covers many of the dominant addictive

substances seen in General Practice including alcohol, benzodiazepines, cannabis, opioids and

other psychostimulant drugs. Venue: College House, 34 Harrogate Street, West Leederville.

Time: 8.30am-5.00pm. Cost: RACGP Member $295, Non-Member $370.

http://www.racgp.org

.

au/Events/BookingR

egistration?eventid=

WA1718_08

7 Oct

CTEC Conference: Critical Care & Surgery of the Pregnant Patient.

Our CTEC Conference

is the first of its kind world-wide that focuses upon critical illness in pregnancy. This conference

will focus on the intersection of critical illness, surgery and obstetrics - the "incidentally

pregnant" patient being treated in an unfamiliar setting. This may be an adult tertiary hospital,

rural hospital or pre-hospital setting. The perioperative management of the gravid patient

adds a level of complexity all doctors should have a working knowledge of, introduced here in

a short course format. Topics include: bleeding and clotting disorders, analgesia, airway and

respiratory challenges in pregnancy, imaging in pregnancy, surgery in the pregnant patient,

infections and sepsis in pregnancy, intensive care considerations, perioperative care, seizures

and hypertension in pregnancy. Accreditation: This educational activity will be submitted to

RACS, RACGP, RANZCOG and ACRRM. Venue: University Club of WA, Hackett Drive, Crawley.

Time: 8am-4.20pm. Cost: Doctors $245pp, Nurses & Midwives (limited places) $195pp, Nurse,

Midwifery & Medical Students (limited places) $165pp.

www.ctec.uwa.edu.au

or

contact Sarah Smith at

sarah.smith@uwa.edu.au

or on 6488 8044 (Wed,

Thu & Fri)

MODULE 1

Establishing Connections and Conducting Assessments

with Young People

Workshop 1:

Core: Young People, Ethics and the Law

– 17 Oct

MODULE 3

Risk Taking Behaviours and Harm Reduction among

Young People

Workshop 1:

Alcohol and Drug Use among Young People

Workshop 2:

Young People’s Sexual Health

These workshops have concluded.

MODULE 4

Eating Disorders in Young People and their Management

Workshop 1:

Eating Disorders in Young People – Concluded

Workshop 2:

Overweight and Obesity in Young People – 5 Sep

MODULE 2

Mental Health Disorders

Workshop 1:

Mental Health Disorders: Diagnosis and

Assessment – 24 Oct

Workshop 2:

Core: Mental Health Disorders: The

Psychosocial Treatment of Young People – 7 Nov

For further details about modules, visit

http://www.amawa.com.au/in-the-community/yfd-training-program/

,

phone: (08) 9273 3000 or email

yfd@amawa.com.au

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