Resources from Women's Health Symposium
Around 60 GPs, practice nurses and other health professionals attended Primary Health Tasmania’s Women’s Health Symposium in Launceston on 18-19 November.
Presenters have kindly given permission for their presentations to be shared online, and have suggested some useful resources for further reading. Please see below.
- Strengthening the primary care response to domestic and family violence - Kelsey Hegarty, Professor of Family Violence Prevention
- Female sexual dysfunction - contemporary knowledge and practice - Professor Frances Quirk, Director of Research, Barwon Health
- Cervical screening - The Big Picture: The renewed National Cervical Screening Program - Professor Ian Hammond, National Cervical Screening Program
- Breast imaging clinical pathways - Gail Ward, State Manager of Cancer Screening and Control Services Tasmania
- Breast care nurses in Tasmania - Mary Sweeney, McGrath Breast Care Nurse
- Menopause - managing the transition - Dr Felicity Dukes, Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
- Maternity Care - Dr Amanda Dennis, Specialist Gynaecologist and Obstetrician and Beth Cudmore, RN, Midwife
- STIs and other blood borne viruses - Clinical Associate Prof. Louise Owen, Sexual Health Physician
Links to other resources:
The Continence Foundation of Australia offers a wide range of free information and resources for professionals, individuals and carers on its website.
Cancer Wiki Guidelines - guidelines for the management of screen-detected abnormalities, screening in specific populations and investigation of abnormal vaginal bleeding
For more information, contact Elizabeth Clear on 1300 653 169 or send us a message.