Upcoming workshops and webinars

Practice Assist supports the continuing professional development of general practice teams

Providers of clinical and non-clinical general practice based education are invited to promote their events on this page.

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Upcoming workshops

Diabetes in Practice for Nurses - Online Learning

RACGP eHealth Webinar Series: Social media and the use of apps in general practice - 21 November

Pen CS – Topbar for Beginners - 21 November

Australasian Doctors’ Health Conference - 22 & 23 November

Rural Emergency Assessment Clinical Training (REACT) - 23 & 24 November

Pen CS - CAT4 for Beginners - 26 November

Hot Topics Series WEBCAST - 26 November

Team Based Care and Data Driven Improvement - 26 & 27 November

Family & Domestic Violence During Pregnancy 2019 Symposium - 27 November

BreastScreen WA coming to Paraburdoo - 27 to 29 November

Eating Disorders Essentials – Workshop for Private Practising Dietitians - 27 November & 3 December

RACGP eHealth Webinar Series: Using personal mobile devices for clinical photos in general practice - 3 & 5 December

​Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine update - 5 December

WA Rural Health Conference 2020: Beyond 2020 Health Innovations - 21 & 22 March

RACGP Practice Owners National Conference - 16 & 17 May

RACGP Practice Owners National Conference
Presented by RACGP
Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 May

APNA National Conference - 21 to 23 May

APNA National Conference
Webinar presented by Pen CS
Thursday 21 to Saturday 23 May

The Advance Project: Information sessions

Advance care planning is an important step in ensuring a person’s preferences and values are known at the end of their life. General practice has an opportunity to start these discussions with patients because trust has already been established.

WA Primary Health Alliance is working with Hammond Care to support Western Australian general practices to implement a team-based approach to initiating advance care planning and palliative care into everyday clinical practice. The Advance Project is a practical, evidence-based toolkit and training package, specifically designed to support general practices to deliver team-based care.

The Advance Care Project would like to invite you to hold an information session for all practice staff. The event will be held at your location and convenience, where possible. The session will take 1 hour depending on questions you may have. If this is something you would be interested in, please speak to your WA Primary Health Alliance Liaison or Coordinator, or alternatively please contact The Advance Project Lead directly: Roseanne.Adamson@wapha.org.au

Please click here to view The Advance Project flyer on these information sessions.
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contribute to the positive health and wellbeing of the whole community.