YFD Training Program

The Youth Friendly Doctor Training Program has been developed and is delivered by doctors with specific skills in the area of youth health. To enroll in the workshops listed below please complete the Registration Form or complete the online form below. For further information about the program contact the AMA (WA) on 08 9273 3000 or yfd@amawa.com.au.

 

General Practitioners

 

Please note that CPD points for the 2017 program will be applied for with the RACGP and ACCRM.

 

Training Schedule

 

2017
14/02/2017 6:30pm YFD – Young People, Ethics and the Law
14/03/2017 6:30pm YFD – Alcohol and Drug Use among Young People
21/03/2017 6:30pm YFD – Mental Health Disorders: Diagnosis and Assessment
04/04/2017 6:30pm YFD – Mental Health Disorders: The Psychosocial Treatment of Young People
02/05/2017 6:30pm YFD – Young People’s Sexual Health
23/05/2017 6:30pm YFD – Young People, Ethics and the Law
01/08/2017 6:30pm YFD – Eating Disorders in Young People
15/08/2017 6:30pm YFD – Social Media and the Internet: The Impact on Young People’s Wellbeing
05/09/2017 6:30pm YFD – Overweight and Obesity in Young People
17/10/2017 6:30pm YFD – Young People, Ethics and the Law
24/10/2017 6:30pm YFD – Mental Health Disorders: Diagnosis and Assessment
07/11/2017 6:30pm YFD – Mental Health Disorders: The Psychosocial Treatment of Young People

 

The Youth Friendly Doctor Training Program is offered at no cost to AMA Members. The general cost of course fees is based on funding support available. Please check at time of enrolment.

 

All sessions take place at the AMA, 14 Stirling Highway, Nedlands. Light refreshments are provided. You can view additional details on any of the modules in our full Training Directory.

 

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