Wed 2 Jun 2021 5:00pm
This ACCRM webinar lead by the Australian Digital Health Agency will provide information on how to use the My Health Record System. Doctors will learn about the benefits of using the system as well as all the latest improvements
By the end of the webinar doctors will know:
- What is the My Health Record system and what benefit is there to me and my patients in using the system.
- What changes and enhancements have been made, in particular with Pathology, Diagnostic Imaging and Advance Care Directives.
- Education and Training resources available.
- Where to get further help and assistance.
- Who (rural doctors) is using it and what is their experience.
- How beneficial is it to patients and carers.
- Future enhancements for the My Health Record system.
For more information or to register please visit the website.
Communities from the Manjimup, Pemberton and Northcliffe areas are invited to join WA Country Health Service – South West as they undertake regional service planning, as part of the Bunbury Hospital Redevelopment.
Wednesday 16 June 2021
11:00am – 1:00pm (please arrive by 10:45am)
Wellness and Respite Community Centre – 1a Edwards Street, Manjimup
Light lunch provided
This is an exciting opportunity to have your say and contribute to the development of a strong network of hospitals that deliver care closer to home. View the flyer here.
For more information please contact WACHS-SW-BHServDev@health.wa.gov.au.
In 2021, National Palliative Care Week (NPCW) will be held from Sunday 23 May – Saturday 29 May, with the theme “Palliative Care It’s more than you think.” During NPCW 2021 we hope to spark important conversations in the community about the benefits of quality palliative care and celebrate the amazing dedication of all those working and volunteering in palliative care across Australia.
Visit the website for more information and resources.
The National Centre for Farmer Health will provide a limited number of scholarships to financially assist students who would like to undertake further study in area of Agricultural Health and Medicine. Scholarships are open twice yearly to applicants who enrol in core units HMF701 (Agricultural Health and Medicine) and or HMF702 (Healthy and Sustainable Agricultural Communities) either as part of their Graduate Certificate in Agricultural Health and Medicine, or as an elective at Deakin University or other university post-graduate course.
Applications close on the 31 May 2021. Visit the website for more information or to register.
Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities are growing in WA, the latest census data shows one in five households speak a language other than English at home. When supporting CALD populations, health professionals can be faced with clinical presentations and needs that vary substantially from Australian-born populations, particularly in terms of Blood Borne Viruses (BBVs).
This course is for: General practitioners, nurse practitioners, nurses and other interested healthcare workers.
This activity training has been submitted for approval to RACGP QI&CPD Program category 3 CPD points and ACRRM 3 core PDP points in the ACRRM program.
Session One: Thursday 13 May 2021, 6:00pm – 7:30pm (AWST)
Provides an overview of key migrant and refugee population needs and explores culturally responsive strategies in the management of ongoing CHB clinical care.
Session Two: Thursday 20 May 2021, 6:00pm – 7:30pm (AWST)
Join a panel of experts from the Humanitarian Entrant Health Service, Perth Children’s Hospital, the Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors (ASeTTS), Ethnic Communities Council WA and a lived experience representative
MONDAY 19 APRIL 2021, 5.30PM-7.30PM
THE ROSE HOTEL, BUNBURY
(Food and drinks provided)
Take this opportunity to meet the Rural Health West Board and management team
To register, visit ruralhealthwest.eventsair.com/network/sw
For further information contact Sally Mueller firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
Registrations for the South West Health Professionals Network ‘Young Professionals’ Health Summit are now open!
Saturday 20 March 2021
Plus networking drinks from 5:00pm-7:00pm
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, BUNBURY
This one-day health summit for young and emerging health professionals in the South West will feature professional development workshops, hands-on clinical skills stations and networking drinks, providing South West Young Professionals with a locally-delivered education and networking opportunity.
The keynote speaker will be CRAIG CHALLEN SC OAM, Joint Australian of the Year 2019, an Australian cave diver notable for his efforts in saving a soccer team of twelve boys and their coach in the 2018 Thailand Cave Rescue.
Please see attached the event program. Registration fee starts at $50 and those living outside of Bunbury can apply for a Health Workforce Scholarship bursary to cover their travel registration fee and one nights accommodation (please contact Corinne McGowan email@example.com to apply for the scholarship).
For further information on the event please contact SWHPN Program Officer Sally Mueller.