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Dr Simon Morgan is a GP and Medical Educator who has worked in both capacities in Australia and in Ireland.  Simon has extensive experience in training for medical students, junior doctors, GP registrars, IMGs and supervisors. Simon was a founding member of the Gully Group, a nationally recognised group of GP supervisor educators. He has particular interests in GP supervisor professional development and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health training. Simon’s current research work includes a role as chief investigator on a large cohort study examining GP registrar consultations.

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Educator Courses

Telehealth - How To Actually Do It. A Practical Guide for COVID-19 and beyond

Telehealth - how to continue providing healthcare during the current pandemic.

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COVID-19 - A Clinical Update

This webinar will give an update on novel coronavirus and COVID-19 with particular relevance to primary care assessment and management.

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COVID-19 - A Clinical Update - The Surge Continues

This webinar will give an update on novel coronavirus and COVID-19 with particular relevance to primary care assessment and management.

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Hot Topics GP Update Course 2021

Independent, evidence based, up-to-date, education for busy GPs and GP registrars. New Content for 2021!

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COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout for GPs

The COVID-19 vaccines are here! This free webinar for General Practice was run in conjunction with the Department of Health.

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Emergencies in General Practice

Update your knowledge and skills with four live interactive webinars covering the management of common and serious emergencies in general practice.

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Fork in the road: Gestational diabetes

Case study presentation working through diagnosis, complications requiring ED and delivery risks for fetal macrosomia

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Clinical Challenges: Respiratory Presentations in General Practice

In this session, Dr Shobini Sivagnanam and Dr Simon Morgan discuss the diagnosis and management of common respiratory and ENT presentations.

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Diabetes in General Practice

This comprehensive course covers the latest evidence on the assessment and management of type 2 diabetes in general practice.

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Hot Topics GP Update: Australian Webinar Series 2021

Last Live Series for 2021! Evidence-based medicine for primary care - fun, interactive, and not-to-be-missed, especially if you don’t have time to read all the latest research.

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GP Education Bundle

12 months access to online GP courses, regular live webinars, recorded presentations, interactive cases, videos, evidence summaries & more

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Hot Topics GP Update: Australian Webinar Series Feb 2022

New course for 2022! Practice changing, independent evidence updates for busy GPs, GP registrars and practice nurses

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'Not to be missed' webinar series

Worried about missing a critical diagnosis? Join our brand new webinar series covering the key clinical and reasoning aspects of 'not to be missed' conditions

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Hot Topics Webinar - Optimising diabetes in primary care

Managing diabetes in primary care is challenging and complicated. During this free 1-hour webinar we discuss two case studies of people living with type 2 diabetes.

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Critical Care Clinical Update Bundle

Get the most out of your CPD with our Nursing Education Bundle. Amazing value CPD with flexible delivery options to suit you.

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COVID-19: A practical update on vaccination and therapeutics for GPs

The latest evidence and expert opinion about vaccination and therapeutics in a world dominated by the Omicron variant.

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Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter - On demand 2022

Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter brings you the latest information on how to recognise & treat sepsis in your clinical community.

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Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter Virtual Classroom September 2022

This World Sepsis Day (September 13th) learn the latest information on how to recognise and treat sepsis by attending our Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter Program.

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