Worried about missing a critical diagnosis? Join our webinar series covering the key clinical and reasoning aspects of 'not to be missed' conditions
General practice it's a tough gig. We deal with newborns to centenarians, urology and neurology and (occasional) zoology, and emergencies to chronic disease management. Many of the presentations we see are undifferentiated, and, while uncommon, serious 'not to be missed' conditions must be reliably identified and managed.
The Medcast '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.
The Medcast 'Not to be missed' webinar series is, well, not to be missed!
And like all Medcast courses, all content is completely independent and free of external influence.
The 'Not to be missed' series will cover a range of easily and/or commonly missed conditions in general practice, in the areas of:
2023 accreditation - pending
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 th...READ MORE
Genevieve is a GP in Regional Victoria who likes to inject creativity into medicine and medicine into creativity. She also works as an educator/ facilitator for...READ MORE
Justin is a GP who works in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health on the Tiwi Islands, north of Darwin. He is also a medical writer and editor of the Dia...READ MORE
Prof Josh Davis is an infectious diseases physician at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, and a senior research fellow based at the Menzies School of Health Res...READ MORE
Dr Clifton is a family medicine practitioner with special interest in paediatrics, reproductive medicine, women's health, sexual health and menta...READ MORE
Dr Sam Vidler is a GP and FACEM currently working in Emergency and Retrieval Medicine in NSW. His working life has included rural and remote posting...READ MORE
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Duration: 1 hour each (8 hrs total)
Areas Of Interest: Diabetes and Metabolic, Emergencies, General Practice, Medical Education, Mental Health, Paediatrics