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A free two-and-a-half day course to deliver Primary Care Triple P (a brief parenting intervention which includes printed Tip Sheets to help with specific issues) has now been Accredited under the QI&CPD Program for all Queensland GPs.
True Relationships and Reproductive Health (TRUE), on behalf of the Cancer Screening Unit, Queensland Health, is conducting a survey to determine the current awareness, knowledge, and professional development needs and interests of GPs around National Cancer Screening Programs.
Referral templates for Sexual Health and Oncology are now available on HealthyGC.
There have been two recent cases of oral Acyclovir inducing neurotoxicity in Gold Coast patients. Both patients had pre-existing renal impairment.
Gold Coast Health (GCH) has received funding to implement a discharge pathway to support people who choose to die at home.
The Gold Coast Sexual Health Service is a specialist department within Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service.
The Deafness and Mental Health Service is a Statewide consultation and liaison service promoting appropriate and accessible mental health care for deaf and hard of hearing people throughout Queensland.
Oral health is important to a child’s overall health and wellbeing so it is important to start forming good dental habits early.
To assist general practitioners (GPs) in engaging in more discussions around genomic information with patients, the Garvan Institute of Medical Research worked with ThinkGP to develop a 1.5 hour interactive module.
Researchers at UNSW Medicine Sydney (The University of New South Wales), Western Sydney University and Bond University are inviting general practitioners to participate in our study that aims to explore perceptions on the acceptability and feasibility of using a risk prediction checklist in routine clinical practice to identify older patients near the end of life.
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