Courses

Ear Irrigation - Enter

 

The online component of the Ear Pathology and Wax Management Face to Face meeting.

 

Dealing with Ear Wax in General Practice. Syringing a patient's ears is usually performed to remove the cerumen (wax). Although a common procedure it is invasive with the potential to cause discomfort or even injury to the patient

 

An enrolment key should have been sent to you via email or given at our practical course. If you do not have the enrolment key for this course please contact anne.feletti@newcastle.edu.au

 

Geriatrics 
(Course under review)

 

Over the last century the world has undergone an

extraordinary demographic transition. Unprecedented

numbers of people are living to age 65, to age 85, to age

100 and beyond. The proportion of people aged 65 is expected to increase from around 1% of the world’s population 100 years ago, to an estimated 20% by the middle of the 21st century (United Nations 2002).


Currently, the world population is around 6.5 billion people of whom an estimated 485 million (7.4%) were aged 65 and over in 2006



An enrolment key should have been sent to you via email, if you do not have the enrolment key for this course please contact anne.feletti@newcastle.edu.au

 

Hand Cleansing - Enter

 

Read the section on How to Wash Your Hands, then take the quiz to finish this module

 

Mirena Insertion Course - Enter
(Incorporated with the practical teaching session on Mirena insertion, This extra information and assessment are necessary to attain the certificate of completion from HPMI.)
Shared Obstetric Care ALM - Enter

 

To Complete this course as an ALM:

  • Complete the Predisposing activity before attempting this online course

  • Then read the content and answer the ALM activities in the chapters marked with *

  • Participate in the SOC Forum

  • Reinforcing activity - complete the assessment

 

By the end of this ALM, the participant should be able to:

  • Understand the management of the pregnant woman exposed to viruses.

  • Perform appropriate screening of the pregnant woman to manage risks. Identify the challenging issues of shared obstetric care.

  • Recognise and manage mental health disorders in pregnancy and what medications are safe to use.

  • To explore a systematic process for managing antenatal patients

  • To recognise issues with the safety of antenatal women in the general practice environment

 

Upon successfully completing all components of this ALM you will be eligible to receive 40 category 1 points from the RACGP

 

An enrolment key should have been sent to you via email, if you do not have the enrolment key for this course please contact anne.feletti@newcastle.edu.au

Wound Closure- Enter
(Compliments Wound Closure Face to Face meeting)