2019 HPMI NEWCASTLE WEEKEND
All Health Professionals are welcome to attend
HPMI Members FREE to attend (except for CPR Session)
VENUE: McDonald Jones Stadium, 294 Turton Road, Broadmeadow
WHY NOT GAIN CPD POINTS HERE IN NEWCASTLE AND CATCH UP WITH YOUR COLLEAGUES?
On behalf of the Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute, I wish to invite you to attend our 12th Annual Health Care Professionals’ Conference and Exhibition which will be held at McDonald Jones Stadium, Broadmeadow on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August, 2019.
Dr Milton Sales
The Conference Plenary Talk will be given by Dr Peter Saul, Intensive Care Staff Specialist.
Peter is a senior intensive care specialist working in Newcastle and in Maitland. He worked with NSW Health to produce all the current guidelines on end of life decision making and advance care planning, and is part of research teams working on advance care planning in the Hunter and Central Coast. He also chairs the End of Life Law for Clinicians project, an initiative of the Commonwealth Government
Plenary - WHEN IS ENOUGH, ENOUGH?
Australia is the most successful country on the planet at preventing premature death in its citizens, and ranked #2 in the world for end of life care. At the same time, we have the highest support for euthanasia, reflecting a fear that we will lose control of our care at the most crucial time. Perhaps we fear that medicine has become a machine that processes us, rather than serves us. This talk focusses on how the most difficult of all medical decisions is made - when is enough, enough - looking at how this has evolved over the past 50 years, and where we are heading as the baby boomers take their turn…
RACGP and ACRRM Points are available for this conference. Please indicate preference on Registration Form
Registrants have the opportunity to complete An Active Learning Modules (40 Category 1 RACGP Points) throughout the weekend.
ALM Sessions are shaded in blue on the program pages and you must attend the at least 6 hours of the ALM specified sessions
More information regarding ALM is below
Thanks to support provided by HPMI’s Major Sponsor, NSW Health Pathology, 2019 HPMI Members may attend the weekend for FREE (except the CPR Session)!
If you have not done so already, I would encourage you to become a Member of HPMI and take advantage of discounted Membership and attend the weekend for Free.
GP Supervisors, GP Registrars, JMOs and Health Students are entitled to Free Membership of HPMI thanks to support from Valley to Coast Charitable Trust, the School of Medicine and Public Health and Hunter New England Local Health District.
Active Learning Module (ALM)
End of Life Care
Active Learning Modules (ALMs) provide an opportunity for GPs to be awarded 40 Category 1 QI&CPD points for activities focusing on his/her personal educational needs. ALMs produce structured, high quality education opportunities that are likely to achieve the aim of generating demonstrable changes in the performance, knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes of GPs.
ALM delegates must attend a minimum of 6 hours education from the blue shaded sessions over the Weekend and complete all of the below
REGISTRATION FORM Indicate you wish to participate in the specific ALM
REGISTER FOR ALM Shaded Sessions You must register for ALM shaded Sessions for a minimum of 6hours
PREDISPOSING ACTIVITY Complete Predisposing Activity on HPMI’s Educational Content Website
SIGN IN at each session Sign in at all session you attend for participation purposes
REINFORCING ACTIVITY Complete Reinforcing Activity on HPMI’s Educational Content Website
EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE Complete Evaluation Questionnaire at conclusion of meeting
PLEASE PROVIDE HPMI YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
FOR CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ALM