General Practice Matters 5 July 2018

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is now available here.

In this issue:

  • Funded places available for Graduate Certificate in Clinical Redesign
  • Update: Rural primary health services
  • Winter planning: Managing COPD
  • National Immunisation Schedule changes now in place
  • Update: National Cancer Screening Register
  • Nursing and midwifery symposium: Abstracts opening soon
  • Applications open for National Indigenous Bowel Screening Pilot
  • Therapeutic Goods Administration survey for health professionals
  • Update: Medicare Benefits Scheme arrangements for non-VR GPs
  • Dementia prevention project
  • Health promotion online course
  • The Check Up with Dr Maureen Ryan



  • Updated immunisation schedules and resources
  • Indigenous eye health resources for health professionals and patients
  • Updated templates on the Primary Health Tasmania website
  • New and updated Tasmanian HealthPathways available
  • Coming soon: Family violence Tasanian HealthPathway



  • My Health Record: Privacy, security and medico legal info sessions
  • Webinar: Immunisation schedule changes
  • Dementia seminars in Hobart and Launceston
  • Infection Conrol Study Day
  • Tasmanian Health Conference NB: The correct link to the conference web page is

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