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Testing, Testing 1,2,3 Podcast

29 June 2023 - Medcast Medical Education Team

Are you in need of a podcast fix?

The Check-Up podcast is proud to present a new 3-part series, Testing, Testing 1, 2, 3, being delivered by Medcast through the Quality Use of Pathology Program. Dr Simon Morgan and Dr Justin Coleman discuss the harms of testing, the pressures faced by GPs to test and strategies for rational test ordering.

The Testing, testing 1, 2, 3 Podcast Series

Episodes to be released weekly commencing Thursday 29th June 2023.  Follow or subscribe to The Check-Up podcast by Medcast to ensure that the latest episodes appear in your favourite podcast app as they are released.



Strategies for Rational Test Ordering (discussed in episode 3)

Download the guide here.

strategies for rational test ordering

But wait... there is more!

The podcast is part of a program of education designed to support GPs to use pathology tests more effectively, and reduce the harms of non-rational test ordering. Visit the QUPP education page for more free education across all categories of CPD: Educational Activities, Reviewing Performance and Measuring Outcomes.

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