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Rural and remote general practitioners are commonly faced with a number of medical scenarios which requires them to be multi skilled in area of emergency medicine. Rural and remote general
Rural and remote general practitioners are commonly faced with a number of medical scenarios which requires them to be multi skilled in area of emergency medicine. Rural and remote general practitioners must also learn to work with often limited support, supplies and equipment, particularly in a town without a hospital. It is therefore essential that they have the basic knowledge required for immediate emergency response in a number of disciplines. The objective of this three day workshop is to provide rural doctors and nurses with cross domain, team-based learning opportunities across a number of topics such as structured approach to the critically ill, cardiology, obstetrics, orthopaedics, retrieval, trauma and airway management plus more.
- Identify appropriate management techniques for patient care in everyday emergencies in rural and remote practices.
- Determine a relevant treatment plan based on the emergency situation .
- List appropriate support/services in relation to patient referral such as local transport and evacuation processes .
- Distinguish roles and responsibilities with other team members and other health care professionals to provide optimal patient care.
- Utilise protocols and checklists used in emergency airway management to enhance patient safety .
august 19 (Friday) - 21 (Sunday)
Health Workforce Queensland
Healthy Together Project Delivered by the Primary Care Enhancement Program (for People with Intellectual Disability) About this event 5.45pm Registration,
Healthy Together Project Delivered by the Primary Care Enhancement Program (for People with Intellectual Disability)
About this event
5.45pm Registration, Networking and Dinner
6pm – 6.45pm NDIA Access and Eligibility Information Session
Presented by Mark Edmonds, Assistant Director – PHN/Community Engagement Branch, NDIA
- NDIS eligibility
- ARF Section 2 and Supporting Evidence Form, ‘good verses bad’ evidence
- Substantially reduced functional capacity
- GP Portal (online training with CPD points)
6.45pm – 8.15pm CPD Activity – This education is a CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD Program
Co-facilitated by Council for Intellectual Disability & Parent to Parent Inclusion Australia State Body Queensland
Increase the confidence of health practitioners to promote the best possible health care of clients with intellectual disability through accessing appropriate resources, undertaking care coordination, including liaising with other health and disability professionals and by identifying whole-of-practice reasonable adjustments which are feasible.
- Identify relevant clinical resources to guide best practice when providing primary health care for people with intellectual disability (PWID).
- Discuss appropriate accessible consumer resources to promote best practice when providing health care for PWID.
- Describe adjustments to standard practice that help to overcome barriers to health care commonly experienced by people with intellectual disabilities.
*Please note, researchers from Abt will be visiting our PHN as part of the evaluation (around February 2023 and February 2024) to collect information through interviews, including from primary care providers who have undertaken the training. The PHN and Abt will provide further information closer to the date to invite you to participate in a brief interview.
(Tuesday) 5:45 pm - 8:30 pm
Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN