The next few months are critical for Western Australia’s health system as it prepares for increasing rates of COVID-19 infection across the State. During this time, it will be vital to limit the opportunity for COVID-19 to spread to country communities and to reduce potential exposure of our rural health professionals to infection.
With these factors in mind, RHW and WACHS have determined that the (workshop name), should not proceed as planned on (DATE).
We recognise education is critically important for you to upskill and to meet your CPD obligations. As such, we will be liaising with our workshop presenters in light of the COVID-19 situation to determine when to reschedule these activities.
While this is a disappointing outcome for all of us, part of the broader health sector’s planning for the COVID-19 outbreak has involved making sure the right people, protocols and processes are in place to continue delivering high-quality health services across rural WA.
Thank you for your ongoing dedication and commitment to rural communities. We look forward to keeping you up to date with our alternative preparations.
Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact the Continuing Professional Development Team at [email protected]
or 08 6389 4500. Thank you.
This Rural Health West CPD workshop, presented by leading specialists in their field, has been designed to offer practising rural medical practitioners an update in toxicological emergencies.
This one day workshop stream covers general and specific topics related to poisoning and local toxicology, using an interactive tutorial format concentrating on small group discussions of case scenarios.
The workshop content includes:
• Understand the pathophysiology and clinical effects of common envenomation (snake, spider and marine).
• Improve ability to decide on patient disposition and appropriately stabilise patients for transport.
• Improve understanding of the appropriate use of first aid and investigations, Identify and list common poisonings.
• Apply a systematic diagnostic approach in toxicological presentations to increase patient safety.
Priority will be given to currently practising medical practitioners within the region
The cost of this workshop is subsidised by WA Country Health Service through the Better Medical Care Initiative.
This workshop has accreditation with The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) for continuing professional development points/hours and is approved for the Rural Procedural Grants Program, Emergency Grant component. We do ask participants to contact their relevant college to ascertain your eligibility for the grant prior to attending.
This education workshop is proudly delivered by Rural Health West in partnership with WA Country Health Service, through the Better Medical Care Initiative.
You will receive an email link for payment in an event confirmation email. Payment is required within 10 days of receiving the email. If full payment is not received within 10 days, your place will be offered to another delegate.
Applicants who give notice of cancellation on or before Monday 21 February 2022 will receive a full refund of the course fee.
Applicants who withdraw from the workshop between Tuesday 22 February 2022 and Monday 7 March 2022 will receive a 50% refund
Applicants who fail to attend the workshop or who withdraw from the workshop on or after Tuesday 8 March 2022 will not receive a refund.
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