GP Education

Ramsay Health Care continues its committed to the ongoing education of general practitioners and the wider medical community through the delivery of our CPD programs.

Ramsay has been a major provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) since 2000, offering education across a wide variety of medical and surgical specialties. These activities are delivered in partnership with our specialists and other health care professionals as interactive, practical sessions with a focus on innovation, hands-on involvement, and practical tips.

From 1 January 2023, CPD requirements set by the Medical Board of Australia require all medical professionals to have a CPD home and:

  • Complete an annual Professional Development Plan
  • Undertake 50 hours of CPD per annum :
    • 12.5 hours Educational Activities
    • 25 hours combined
      • Reviewing Performance and Measuring Outcomes
      • Minimum of 5 hours for each category
    • 12.5 hours free choice across any 3 of the above categories

In addition to the above the RACGP requires its membership to Complete Basic Life Support every 3 year cycle.

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Upcoming education events will be published here. If you are interested in some tailored GP education, please contact the GP Liaison Officer.

Events

Complex post traumatic stress disorder

How to diagnose and support someone with cPTSD.

Learning outcomes:

  • Define complex PTSD, it's causes and consequences
  • Describe common presentations of someone with cPTSD
  • Outline therapies used for cPTSD and the GP's role in providing long term therapeutic support

Presenters

Dr Nahid Siddiqui - Psychiatry

Event Details

When: 25 Jun 2024 07:00 PM
Where: Online via Zoom.
RSVP: 25 Jun 2024
Rachel Zerner 0438 912 211

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Events

How to be a feminist doctor

This activity can be undertaken at anytime. The session has been recorded from a live education event held in May 2023.

Understanding and working with developmental trauma and complex PTSD from a different perspective. Learning outcomes include:

  • Describe the perspective of women and their interface with society
  • Identify gender bias in the diagnosis of mental health disorders
  • Outline the effect of patient experiences, including adverse childhood experiences and epigenetics, on PTSD and Complex PTSD (c-PTSD) diagnosis.

Presenters

Dr Jacqueline Kaelle - Psychiatry

Event Details

When: Available Anytime
Where: Video recording
RSVP: 30 Jun 2024
Rachel Zerner 0438912211

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