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Latest General Practice Matters available

Posted on November 8, 2018

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is available here.

In this issue:

  • New Tasmanian HealthPathways: Psychosis, head injuries in children
  • HIV testing: Antenatal patients
  • Rubella elimination
  • M-M-R II administration
  • GP management of asplenic patients
  • Tender opening soon for National Psychosocial Support Measure
  • Keep up with the changes to MBS from 1 November
  • National Rural Health Conference program, earlybird registration
  • Research: GP trainees and women’s reproductive health procedures
  • Research: Genome medicine training
  • Asthma health professionals network
  • APNA Nurse Awards
  • Primary Health Matters: Haemochromatosis, AOD, palliative care and more
  • The Check Up with Jenny Simms


  • Influenza vaccine efficacy, effectiveness and impact paper released
  • Australian Refugee Health Practice Guide launched
  • Translated resources: Drugs and your health
  • FAQs: Privacy and the National Cancer Screening Register
  • Cancer screening resources for people with an intellectual disability
  • caring@home palliative care resources now available
  • Perinatal resources for PANDA week
  • Nutrition support bundle
  • New occupational therapy resources


  • Webinar: Sentinal node biopsy
  • Webinar: Supporting parents through the early weeks
  • Webinar: Rural locum work
  • Applications open: Remote vocational training


  • Engaging Teams through Positive Culture and Effective Feedback
  • Charles Clinic Heart Care cardiology update in the north west