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13 February General Practice Matters now available

Posted on February 13, 2020

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is available here

In this issue:

  • Coronavirus
  • Bushfire mental health support
  • Disaster-related Tasmanian HealthPathways
  • Date savers: Immunisation and mental health events
  • AIR update
  • Consultation on pneumococcal vaccination recommendations
  • Eating Disorder Treatment Plan
  • Black Dog Institute Mental Health Community of Practice
  • People at Increased Risk in an Emergency guide
  • APNA National Conference program
  • Tasmanian Health Conference abstracts call
  • Trauma Tasmania Conference abstracts call
  • Lung cancer screening consultation
  • Cardiovascular health review
  • Atrial fibrillation study
  • Child and youth mental health survey
  • Mental health training for aged care staff
  • In the north west: Cornerstone to deliver headspace expansion in north west
  • Educational opportunities
    • National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance measles webinar coming up
    • New ACCRM My Health Record digital course
  • Resources
    • Resources for GPs working in bushfire-affected communities
    • Working with the Stolen Generations GP fact sheets
    • Eating Disorder Treatment Plan available on National Eating Disorders Collaboration website
    • PIP QI consumer fact sheet available
    • Updated templates for the Pharmaceutical Services Branch
    • Free Healthspeak podcasts
  • Events
    • Musculoskeletal Clinical Update
    • The Launceston Perinatal Mental Health Professionals Network meeting
    • Shine a Light on Health System Innovation
    • Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine Annual Science Meeting: Four days on the Island
    • Dealing with Depression in Rural Australia
    • Depression Dilemmas
    • Tasmanian Rural Health Conference 2020
  • The Check Up – we chat to Anna Seth about combining her passion for the environment with being a GP