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Writing a professional Curriculum Vitae (CV) is an essential part of the application process for medical employment, training and advisory roles.
The role of compliance in the Medicare system, relevant regulations and legislation, obligations with regards to claiming, and relevant processes and procedures.
Changing the medical approach to End of Life care through good communication, by fostering a cultural change.
Guiding doctors in supporting patients to be active in managing their own health care and make their own informed health care decisions.
Mutual obligations by both doctors and patients concerning the risk of BBVs during treatment.
Quintessential qualification for GPs and Specialists who manage the operation of small to medium size health practices.
Focus on safe and appropriate diagnosis and management of sport-related concussion in Australia.
Guidance on how to conduct basic suturing techniques, wound cleaning and dressings.
Many clinicians are required to care for post partum patients, for whom haemorrhage is a life-threatening event.
Access to therapeutic goods not included in the ARTG via the TGA's Special Access Scheme (SAS) and Authorised Prescriber (AP) Scheme.
Gain Advanced Life Support (ALS) certification online, including the clinical assessment via a virtual platform.
Ways Australia can ethically and practically improve organ donation rates and debate more controversial proposals relevant to deceased donation and living donation.
Interactive panel discussion on potential infectious diseases and threats, the role of a CDC, current approaches, and how Australia would manage communicable threats that cross our borders.
Contemporary understanding of adult RA focusing on current therapy, especially biological therapy.
Recent progress in the understanding of the inflammatory pathways involved in AD impacting on treatment of the severe presentations of this condition.
An evidence-based overview of national and international data on the prevalence and risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD).