This on demand course addresses some of the most common and important Women’s Health issues for GPs with the latest up-to-date information and evidence.
Women’s health is a broad term, encompassing sexual and reproductive health, pregnancy care, mental health, and intimate partner violence. Consultations with females aged 15+ years comprise 51% of all encounters in Australian general practice.
As in other fields of medicine, over recent years there have been many significant changes in the assessment and management of many women’s health issues in primary care. The Medcast ‘Women’s health in General Practice’ course has been developed to address the latest research and practice updates in the field.
The Women's Health in General Practice course includes recorded webinars, clinical case studies and clinical opals on:
This course is formally accredited with RACGP and ACRRM.
RACGP Activity ID - 540139
ACRRM Activity ID - 30388
Alison is a seasoned GP and practice owner with over 28 years experience. She has a passion for developing and delivering high-value and relevant medical educat...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
Dr Joanna Bruce is a GP with over 15 years of experience. She is a Medical Educator and has been a Medical Educator and Supervisor for more than 8 years. She ha...READ MORE
Sally Sweeney is a general practitioner with expertise in sexual and reproductive medicine and over 16 years clinical experience. Sally works in private practic...READ MORE
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Duration: 8 hours
Educational Activities: 7 hours
Reviewing Performance: 1 hours
Areas Of Interest: Chronic diseases, Diagnostic, General Practice, Infectious Disease, Mental Health, Obstetrics, Prescribing, Reproductive Health, Sexual Health, Womens Health
Medical Practitioners, Midwifes, Practice Managers