The Division of General Practice, Northern Tasmania also known as GP North
Save the Date: GP O&G Update Day
The RANZCOG Tasmanian Rural Committee (TRC) is hosting a GP update on Saturday 2nd March 2019 in Hobart as per the attached Save the Date below. Meg Creely is the GP rep on the TRC and it is hoped this workshop will be just as, if not more successful, than the one held in Launceston in November 2018. RACGP Cat 1 CPD points have been applied for, pending approval of the final interactive program. Whilst similar topics to the day held in Launceston in 2018 will be covered, there will be some additional speakers and an interactive session on care of the postpartum woman – involving a lactation consultant and women’s health physio – for all the burning questions. The registration website will be up and running in early February and a formal invitation will also be circulated at that time with more details.
Date: Saturday 2 March 2019
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 1 Davey Street
A wide range of Obstetrics and Gynaecology topics will be covered in this one-day workshop, including:
- Preterm Birth Prevention
- Antenatal Screening for Genetic and Structural Abnormalities in Pregnancy
- Preeclampsia Screening and Prevention
- Risk Factors for Stillbirth
- Vulval Itch and Common Urogynaecology Complaints
- What’s New In Fertility Treatment
- Care of the Postpartum Woman
- Termination of Pregnancy
It is anticipated that this interactive workshop will attract GPs from across the state and will help to strengthen relationships between primary care providers in the community and specialists. Formal invitations with further details, including the registration link, will follow shortly.
About GP North
GP North undertook a wide range of activities focused on improving the health of the community including health promotion, early intervention and prevention strategies, health service delivery, medical education and workforce support.
The Committee of GP North consists of 4 members, who are elected by the membership and confirmed at the Annual General Meeting. Committee members hold a tenure of 3 years but are eligible for re-election for further terms.