Shine SA – FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health for Doctors

Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia

This comprehensive course for doctors will expand your knowledge and develop practical skills in the delivery of sexual and reproductive health care. It is a nationally accredited course consisting of a 5-day theoretical module followed by 7 to 9 clinical training sessions.

Postponed What You Need to Know About Oral Health

Glenelg Pier Hotel 18 Holdfast Promenade, Glenelg, SA
Hybrid Hybrid Event

There is an identified need to reduce the high numbers of hospital admissions due to preventable dental conditions, particularly in the < 10 years of age population, and also to address the high rate of tooth decay in Aboriginal children compared to non-Aboriginal. There is benefit in equipping primary health providers with further skills and […]


Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia

We run regular scheduled Advanced Life Support and Paediatric Advanced Life Support courses that you can book via our bookings page.We can also run courses for you at your hospital or clinic. ARC Advanced Life Support Level 1| ARC Advanced Life AMP Doctors receive 10% off ALS, ALS2 or PALS @313 Add TRIENNIUM code on […]

Research skills (critical appraisal) and getting ready for PDP’s in 2023

Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia
Professional self-development plans (PDPs) are increasingly used to guide professional education, and this workshop will explore the reasons for this. Evidence for their use will be sought and their value explored. This highly interactive and skills-based activity (2 x 2-hour sessions in July, 4 hours in total) also incorporates a review of several research skills as applied to PDPs.

Urgent Care Skills Workshop Medical Emergencies

Marion Hotel 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park, South Australia
This interactive session provides essential skill updates on triaging of the acutely ill patient and management of some of the typical time critical patients that may present at the practice. It includes ‘red flags’ enabling GP’s and nurses to quickly identify who needs urgent referral, and who can safely be treated at the centre. The workshop includes review of best current practice as well as case based discussion and sharing of experiences. Participants will review basic 12 lead ECG interpretation in regard to AMI, current use of puffers and spacers for both adults and children, as well as application of the SA Stroke Management Pathway.
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Suturing Tissue Gluing and Wound Care in General Practice

Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia

A hands-on workshop designed to introduce GPs and practice nurses to the basics of suturing, tissue gluing and wound care. Highly relevant to health practitioners with limited exposure to minor surgical procedures and those wishing to consolidate experience. The workshop has the flexibility to introduce participants to more advanced suturing techniques dependent on their individual […]

The Current Flu Crisis – The data, the virus & the immune system

Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia
Hybrid Hybrid Event
Learning about the current flu crisis, the data, the virus and the immune system. This workshop will touch on the following points; • the latest NNDSS report • the importance of testing patients for influenza in General Practice • strategies to increase vaccine uptake in younger people • vaccine effectiveness • how influenza viruses evade our immune defences • the roles of Hemagglutinin and Neuraminidase • why some people are asymptomatic, and why others die from influenza

Assessment and management of burn injuries for primary healthcare

Venue @313 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, South Australia
What burn injuries can be effectively managed in general practice? As a pharmacist when should I refer a client to their GP or directly to an ED? What’s the current best practice regarding dressings for minor burns? Have you recently considered questions like these or others regarding burn injuries? This highly interactive workshop aimed at GP’s, practice nurses and other allied health providers will address these questions and more

Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Training

Marion Hotel 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park, South Australia
The workshop aims to promote a culture of respect and safety for Aboriginal people supported by cultural responsiveness and culturally safe practices. A full day interactive workshop lead by a skilled and experienced Aboriginal facilitator including small group work, case based discussions, multimedia presentations, and group discussions in a safe and respectful environment.
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Taking the First Step: Preparing for life after work

The Highway Hotel 290 Anzac Hwy, Plympton, South Australia
Is the best yet to come? Eye opening options for beginning your transition to “retirement". This unique event is tailored specifically for the medical profession, organised by the SA Salaried Medical Officers Association.
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