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8 sessions from 20 Jul – 14 Sept JDocs: Anatomy
Suitable for: Resident Medical Officers, Service Registrars and Interns who are preparing for the GSSE. Comprises eight intensive three hour sessions. The series will be convened by a number of Senior Consultants with support from expert faculty. Aims to assist Junior doctors in the consolidation of clinically relevant anatomical knowledge. RACS accreditation pending. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. See CTEC web site for session dates and times. Cost: WA Participants $1500
Contact Lee McGuckin at
lee.mcguckin@uwa.edu.au or
on 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
8 Aug 2019 Succeeding with Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder – Level 1 (Asperger’s Syndrome) – Day 1: For Families, Friends & Colleagues: For family members, friends or colleagues of someone who has Asperger’s Syndrome – this one day workshop will provide valuable information about who these people are and how to best relate to them. The challenges associated with achieiving a diagnosis of ASD Level 1 from an individual and family perspective. Issues associated with achieving a diagnosis in the adult years. Strategies for guidance and support in daily living skills, emotion management, employment and relationships within the family. ASD and the criminal justice system. Ageing and Autism. This workshop will be presented by Professor Tony Attwood (Internationally renowned for his work and publications in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder). Venue: The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat. Time: 09:00am – 4.30pm. Cost: Before 8th April $195 (GST inc), Before 8th June $245 (GST inc), Standard $295 (GST inc). NOTE to attend both workshop days Cost: Before 8th April $385 (GST inc), Before 8th June $435 (GST inc), Standard $485 (GST inc). Refreshments and reserved parking tickets included. To book please go to “Try Booking” at https//www.trybooking.com/BBESH or contact Jonathan Kester, jonakes@globaldial.com or 0438 929 899
9 Aug 2019 Succeeding with Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder – Level 1 (Asperger’s Syndrome) – Day 2: For Human Service Personnel: Workshop provides 6.5hrs for CPD points. If you are a psychologist, psychotherapist, counsellor, social worker or work in any of the other human services professions this one day workshop will offer you resources and insight into working with people who have Aspergers Syndrome. The defining characteristics of ASD Level 1 in adults and how the pattern of abilities and adaptations can be different for women. Recommended screening instruments, diagnostic tools and additional activities to include in a diagnostic assessment. Challenges for adults with ASD Level 1 in conversation, daily living and emotion management skills. Constructive application of talents and abilities. Potential issues regarding addiction and criminal activity. Strategies to achieve and maintain employment and relationships. This workshop will be presented by Professor Tony Attwood (Internationally renowned for his work and publications in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder). Venue: The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat. Time: 09:00am – 4.30pm. Cost: Before 9th April $225 (GST inc), Before 9th June $275 (GST inc), Standard $325 (GST inc). NOTE to attend both workshop days Cost: Before 8th April $385 (GST inc), Before 8th June $435 (GST inc), Standard $485 (GST inc). Refreshments and reserved parking tickets included. To book please go to “Try Booking” at https//www.trybooking.com/BBESH or contact Jonathan Kester, jonakes@globaldial.com or 0438 929 899
10 Aug 2019 Mortality: 40 QI&CPD (Category 1) Points  The end of a life touches us all at some point in life – GPs can offer support to people who are facing mortality or dealing with grief. The ability to provide a level of support that will alleviate anxiety to patients with life-limiting illnesses and alleviate distress in people surviving the loss of a loved one is a skill that challenges many GPs. This workshop aims to improve your capacity to respond to distress, and offer informative and practical support. Experienced presenters will address palliative care, sudden death, peri-natal loss, advanced care directives, bereavement and the highly topical issue of assisted dying. Venue: RACGP College House, 34 Harrogate Street, West Leederville. Time: 09.00am-05.00pm (Registration 08.30am). Cost: RACGP member $249, Non Member $329 Contact Lucille Antonio at wa.events@racgp.org.au or register online
10 Aug 2019 Team Care of the Bariatric Patient Workshop:
Suitable for: General Practitioners, GP Proceduralists, Nurse Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Consultants, Trainees, Junior Doctors, Anaesthetists, Nurses, Dietitians, Allied Health Professionals and Medical Students. This multidisciplinary approach to Bariatric patients workshop will be presented by a team of highly regarded specialists in the fields of surgery, general practice, dietetics and psychology. It will cover common comorbidities associated with obesity, recommendations for referral to specialists and allied health professionals, considerations relating to adolescent and elderly patients, and factors affecting fertility and pregnancy in the perioperative bariatric patient. It will include a balance of didactic sessions and workshops. RACGP QI & CPD Program Accredited – Total points 40 (Category 1). Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08:40am – 04:15pm. Cost: Doctors: $295, Nurses: $245, Allied Health Professionals: $245 and Medical Students $185
Contact Meagan Connor at
meagan.connor@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or email ctec.uwa.edu.au
13 and 14 Aug 2019 Advanced Vascular Surgery: Anatomical Approaches: Suitable for: Consultants, Advanced and Intermediate Vascular Surgery Trainees. Consultants in General Surgery and Advanced General Surgery Trainees. RACS CPD Program reaccreditation will be sought for 2019. This 2 day workshop with 100% dissection time will provide surgeons and trainees with the opportunity to learn new skills and practice performing unique and complicated exposures critical for vascular training. Examples of included exposures are: Thoracoabdominal; thoracotomy; distal internal carotid with mandibular subluxation; vertebral; retroperitoneal aorta; lateral popliteal and major visceral arterial and venous exposures. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia Time: Day 1: 7:30am – 4:30pm Day 2: 8:15am – 5:00pm. Cost: WA Participant: $3340; WA Observer: $1020 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
16 Aug 2019 The Cutting Edge: Proceduralists Obstetrics & Gynaecological Skills: Suitable for: GP Proceduralists, GP Obstetricians. Limited places for KEMH Registrars in Gynaecological Surgery. Accreditation: Approved in the RACGP QI & CPD Program for 40 points (Category 1). Approved for 1 day Procedural Skills Training Grant. ACRRM accredited for 30 PRPD points, 30 MOPS points in Surgery and 30 MOPS points in Obstetrics. A hands-on skills training workshop utilising simulation models. It is designed to assist GP Proceduralists and GP Obstetricians in attaining an improved level of confidence in gynaecological and obstetric procedures. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 07:45am – 4.30pm. Cost: WA Participants $800 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
24 Aug 2019 Radiology and Pathology – Delving into diagnostics | 40 QI&CPD (Category 1) Points  After the success of our 2018 ‘Pathology revealed’ series, the RACGP has expanded this Active Learning Module (ALM) to also include the modality of medical imaging.
Specialists from Envision Radiology and Clinipath Pathology will provide GPs with current, evidence-based education on diagnostic testing.
This comprehensive workshop has been designed to promote improved patient outcomes by advancing participant’s knowledge and confidence in requesting, interpreting and managing diagnostic tests. Venue: RACGP College House, 34 Harrogate Street, West Leederville 6007. Time: 09.00am-05.00pm (Reg 08.30am). Cost: RACGP Members: $249, Non-Members: $329
Contact Lucille Antonio at wa.events@racgp.org.au or register at racgp.org.au
26 Aug 2019 As part of St John of God Subiaco Hospital’s Research Week we invite General Practitioners to a special educational evening: Putting Patients First
Goal of patient care presented by Dr Derek Eng and Voluntary assisted dying legislation presented by Lou Angus and Dr Derek Eng
Venue: St John of God Subiaco Hospital, Conference Centre Auditorium, 25 McCourt St, Subiaco.
Time: 6.30pm registration and refreshments, 7.00pm – 9.00pm presentations and interactive Q&A session
CPD Points: 4 Category 2, QI & CPD points
Cost: Free
Visit our website for more information sjog.org.au/researchweek
5 Sept 2019 JDocs: Foundations of Minimal Access Surgery: Suitable for: Junior Doctors. Limited places available for rural GPs. Provides participants the opportunity to learn introductory skills in minimal access surgery in a dynamic teaching environment. RACS accredited and contributes towards the JDocs e-portfolio. RACGP accredited. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08:15am – 04:30pm. Cost: WA Participants $525 Contact shauna.fletcher@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
6 Sept 2019 Core Skills: Intermediate Laparoscopic Skills Workshop: Suitable for: Service Registrars, Surgical Trainees and Consultants. This highly practical workshop increases technical skills in two handed operative techniques and the ability to tie laparoscopic intra and extracorporeal knots. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08:15am – 5.15pm. Cost: WA Participants: $800 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
14 Sept 2019 ECG masterclass – Advanced session: 6 QI&CPD (Category 2) Points  RACGP WA presents this comprehensive and interactive electrocardiogram (ECG) masterclass in which participants will expand their skills in the interpretation of cardiac arrhythmias and abnormalities. Professor Rukshen Weerasooriya has developed this advanced ECG masterclass to consolidate concepts covered in the previous ECG masterclass and address more complex cardiac presentations. This masterclass will investigate common, uncommon and rare abnormalities, improve attendees abilities to confidently diagnose infarct patterns, correlate diagnosis with management options, and outline advances in available technology. Venue: ECU Joondalup, 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup. Time: 01.00pm-04.00pm (Registration 12.30pm). Cost: RACGP Member $99, Non Member $129 Contact Lucille Antonio at wa.events@racgp.org.au or register online 
20 and 21 Sept 2019 Advanced GI Endoscopy Workshop
Suitable for: Trainees and Consultants in Gastroenterology. Designed for Consultants and Trainees who have demonstrated competence in diagnostic endoscopy and wish to expand their skills to incorporate more advanced endoscopic techniques for management. Will be delivered through focused lectures later consolidated in small group practical hands-on sessions in the laboratory. RACS reaccreditation pending. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08.00am – 5.00pm both days. Cost: WA Consultant: $2125 WA Trainee: $1840
Contact John Linehan at
john.linehan@uwa.edu.au or
on 6488 8044 or visit
ctec.uwa.edu.au
21 Sept 2019 CTEC Conference: Developing a Surgical Career
Suitable for: Junior Doctors – Interns, Junior Medical Officers, House Medical Officers, Resident Medical Officers, Registrars and Fellows. Limited places for Medical Students. Aimed at Junior Doctors wishing to pursue a career in surgery. It will provide Junior Doctors with a vast amount of information relating to the RACS Surgical Education and Training (SET) Program, the Generic Surgical Sciences Exam (GSSE) and JDocs framework. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 09:00am – 04:00pm. Cost: Junior Doctors: $275 Medical Students: $185
Contact Meagan Connor at
meagan.connor@uwa.edu.au or
on 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
27 Sept 2019 The Cutting Edge: Essential Surgical Skills: Suitable for: GPs, GP Registrars, GP Trainees and Nurse Practitioners. Aims to assist the GP and Nurse Practitioner in attaining an improved level of competence in the basic techniques required for minor surgery. Accreditation: Accredited in the RACGP QI & CPD Program for 40 points (Category 1) and approved for a 1 day Procedural Skills Training Grant. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08.00am – 5.00pm Cost: WA GPs and Nurse Practitioners $800 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
17 Oct 2019 Core Skills: Workshop in Neck Dissection for Thyroid Carcinoma
Suitable for: Senior Practical Session: Fellows and Consultants in Endocrine Surgery, General Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery. Junior Practical Session: RMOs, Service Registrars and SET Trainees in General Surgery and Head and Neck Surgery. A highly practical cadaveric workshop featuring concurrent full day Junior and Senior participant practical sessions in the steps and techniques of radical neck dissection for thyroid carcinoma. RACS reaccreditation pending. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08.30am – 5.00pm. Cost: WA Consultant and Fellow: $1020 WA RMOs, Service Registrars and Trainees: $525
Contact John Linehan at
john.linehan@uwa.edu.au or
on 6488 8044 or visit
ctec.uwa.edu.au
18 Oct 2019 JDocs: Emergency Procedures: Suitable for: Junior Doctors. Assists in attaining an improved level of confidence and hands-on experience in a range of procedures, skills and behaviours for medical and surgical emergencies. Includes cadaveric (arm) and further practical sessions. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08:15am – 05:15pm. Cost: WA Participants: $925 Contact shauna.fletcher@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
25 Oct 2019 JDocs: Foundations of Minimal Access Surgery: Suitable for: Junior Doctors. Limited places for rural GPs. Provides participants the opportunity to learn introductory skills in minimal access surgery in a dynamic teaching environment. Accreditation: RACS accredited and contributes towards the JDocs e-portfolio. RACGP accredited. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08:15am – 04:30pm. Cost: WA Participants $525 Contact shauna.fletcher@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
1 Nov 2019 Core Skills: ENT Sinus Surgery: Suitable for: Trainees, Registrars, Fellows and Junior Consultants in ENT Surgery. Limited Observer positions available. This workshop is immediately followed by the Core Skills: Facial Plastic Surgery workshop on 16 November. This highly practical cadaveric workshop aims to provide ENT Trainees with improved operative confidence and efficiency in a way that cannot be provided by routine surgical supervision or by other simulated environments. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 7.45am – 5.00pm. Cost: WA Participants: $900. Observers: $150 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
2 Nov 2019 Core Skills: ENT Facial Plastic Surgery: Suitable for: Trainees, Registrars, Fellows and Junior Consultants in ENT and Plastic Surgery. Limited Observer positions available. This workshop follows on from the Core Skills: ENT Sinus Surgery workshop on 15 November. This hands-on cadaveric workshop provides ENT and Plastic Surgery Trainees with increased operative experience and the opportunity to consolidate knowledge and skills in a range of techniques in facial plastic surgery. Accreditation: RACS reaccreditation pending. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 7:45am –5.30pm Cost: WA Participants: $900. Observers: $150 Contact John Linehan at john.linehan@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit ctec.uwa.edu.au
15 Nov 2019 JDocs: Introduction to Surgical Skills: Suitable for Junior Doctors. Aims to assist Junior Doctors in attaining an improved level of competence in the basic techniques required for minor surgery. Accredited by RACS. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 8:00am – 5.00pm Cost: WA Participants: $460 Contact shauna.fletcher@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
22 Nov 2019 Core Skills: Advanced Laparoscopic Colorectal Skills
Suitable for: Senior SET Trainees and Consultants in Colorectal Surgery. Limited Observer positions and positions for Theatre Nurses in the role of assistant. A highly practical one day cadaveric workshop aimed at providing participants with the most efficient techniques for advanced laparoscopic colorectal surgery, including safe colon mobilisation and techniques for vessel control. RACS reaccreditation pending. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 08.00am – 5.00pm. Cost: WA Participant: $1020 Observer: $150 Theatre Nurse: Free of charge.
Contact John Linehan at
john.linehan@uwa.edu.au or
on 6488 8044 or visit
ctec.uwa.edu.au
29 Nov 2019 JDocs: Surgical Airways & Wound Management: Suitable for: Junior Doctors.Is aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of pre-vocational doctors when dealing with the emergency / trauma patient in a clinical setting. This one day practical workshop features content covering relevant criteria from the RACS JDocs framework. It is specifically designed to meet the essential surgical skills required to apply for specialty training. Venue: CTEC, The University of Western Australia. Time: 07:30am – 4.45pm Costs: WA Participants: $690 Contact shauna.fletcher@uwa.edu.au, phone 6488 8044 or visit www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
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