The Cardiac Community Network has been set up with the aim to improve communication and collaboration between primary and secondary care services, focusing on the management of cardiac related conditions. The Education Interface Program will be delivered state-wide through a video conferencing forum.
The Education Interface Program will aim to achieve the following:
- Improve interface between primary health and secondary acute care facilities
- Enable primary health services to support and manage cardiac clients in the community setting, seeking timely secondary opinions through quality referral process
- Enhance knowledge base of evidence-based models of care relating to specific cardiac conditions
- Increase awareness of primary and secondary prevention
- Improved identification of at-risk clients (Australian Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk Calculator)
This webinar will explore the concept of high risk primary prevention and anticipatory care. It will demonstrate the use of cardiovascular risk calculators from Australia, New Zealand and Scotland. Risk factor modification for high risk patients will be explored.
This is forum eight of a nine forum series held from November 2020 to September 2021 covering the following topics:
- Top 4 Quality Improvement Initiatives in Cardiology
- ECG Workshop
- Imaging Made Easy – ECHO Workshop
- Heart Failure Management
- Hypertension Management
- Complications in Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Atrial Fibrillation Management
- High Risk Primary Prevention
- Secondary prevention
If you would like to receive access to previously recorded webinars in this series please complete this form.
For further information contact Dr Paul MacIntyre via Amanda Conroy (Personal Assistant) – Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Paul MacIntyre, Clinical Director Acute Medical and Cardiologist – Tasmanian Health Services, Royal Hobart Hospital