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How Doctors Think

13 April 2022 - Dr Simon Morgan

In this short video from the 2022 'Not to be missed' webinar series, Dr Simon Morgan provides some insights into how Doctors think:

 
The 'Not to be missed' webinar series is a unique blend of clinical updates, practical wisdom and diagnostic reasoning, covering a range of high-risk general practice presentations and conditions from ectopic pregnancy to temporal arteritis. Delivered by experienced GP medical educators, it promises to be relevant, evidence-based and engaging.

This series is, well, not to be missed!

And like all Medcast courses, all content is completely independent and free of external influence.

Click here to find out more about the 'Not to be missed' webinar series.

This course is also available as part of the GP Education Bundle - providing you with access to the Hot Topics GP Update, Emergencies in General Practice and more.

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Dr Simon Morgan
Dr Simon Morgan

Simon is a GP based in Newcastle, NSW, and a senior medical educator with Medcast.  He also has medical education roles with the RACGP and GPSA.

Over the past three decades, Simon has worked in clinical and educational roles in NSW and the NT, as well as in the Republic of Ireland. He has published over 75 peer reviewed journal articles, and in 2018 received the RACGP Corliss award for his contribution to medical education.

Simon is passionate about high quality education and training. He has particular interests in GP supervisor professional development and the rational use of tests and medicines. He is a proud member of Doctors for the Environment. He spends his spare time drinking craft beer and pretending that he is a musician in the Euthymics, an all-GP band.

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