When attending the webinars, you are encouraged to keep a Record of Learning to record your education hours. This can be as easy as maintaining an Excel spreadsheet.
Did you miss a Webinar? See links below to recent recordings:
- Introduction to Telehealth for NZ Health Providers
- Equity and Improving Access
- Telehealth TECH: Security, privacy, software and hardware
- NZ Regulation and Legislation for Telehealth
- Telehealth ensuring effective communication – building health literacy
- LMAC – Using Joint Accountability to Reboot your Business
- A Practical Guide to Working with Suicidal Youth
- Pressure Injury: Mechanism of Injury
- PADA Popup chat #6 – Breastfeeding and Perinatal Distress with Liora Noy
- PADA Pop-Up Chat #7 – The Use of Positive Psychology in Supporting Mothers to Flourish with Justine Pack-England
- PADA Popup Chat #8 – “Engaging with Families and Violence” with Celine Donovan & Chris Hurring
- PADA Popup Chat #9 – The Role of the GP in Perinatal Mental Health with Dr Rona Carroll
- PADA Popup Chat #10 – A Pasifika Initiative for Pregnant Mums with Sara & Lucia from the Taeaomanino Trust
- PADA Popup Chat #11 – How Doulas Contribute Positively to Mothers’ and Family’s Mental Health with Carol Burroughs from Freedom Births
- National Immunisation Schedule changes from 1 July 2020. Presenters: Shelley Kininmonth and Bernadette Heaphy
1. Wound Hygiene™ Webinar Series – Defying Hard to Heal Wounds
Presented by Terry Swanson NPWM, MHSc, FAWMA, FMACNP Nurse Practitioner Wound Management and co-author of the Wound Hygiene International Consensus Document.
This series introduces the principles of Wound Hygiene™ and the integration of these concepts into daily clinical practice to manage hard to heal wounds. Each module will focus on practical ways to implement the steps identified in the Wound Hygiene Consensus Document.
- Module 1: Rationale for Wound Hygiene™ 28 May 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
- Module 2: Therapeutic Wound Cleansing, 11 June 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
- Module 3: Debridement 25 June 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
- Module 4: Refashioning the Wound Edge 9 July 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
- Module 5: Proactive Wound Dressing Management 23 July 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
- Module 6: Implementing the Concepts into Practice 6 August 2020, 8pm–9pm (NZ time)
Please note, sessions will commence at 6.00pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). 6.00pm Australia = 8.00pm NZ
2. Live Every Breath – Prevention. Diagnosis. Management.
Tuesday, 7 July 2020 and Thursday, 9 July 2020 at 7.00-9.00pm
- A/Prof Helen Petousis-Harris – The ABCWY of meningococcal disease
- Clinical Nurse Specialist Sue Ward – Asthma 2020: Epidemiology, Control & Treatment Options in New Zealand
- A/Prof Rob Young – COPD for Primary care: What now and what’s ahead?
- Teresa Hawke (GSK Medical Science Liaison) – Minimising vaccine-preventable conditions in adult patients with respiratory disease (with a focus on pertussis)
Endorsed by RNZCGP and CNA REGISTER HERE
3. PADA Pop-up Chat #12: Supporting families with a diagnosis of Down Syndrome
Wednesday, 8 July 2020 at 10.00-10.45am
Featuring Zandra Vaccarino from the NZ Down Syndrome Association
4. Three Significant Advances in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes
Tuesday, 21 July 2020 at 6.30pm – 8.00pm via ZOOM (Zoom link will be open from 6.00pm)
- Guest Speaker 6.30-7.30pm: Brendan Duck BPharm, PGDipClinPharm, PGCertPharmacistPrescribing, PGCertPrimaryHealthCare, RegPharmNZ
- What’s on Top in HB 7.30-8.00pm: PSNZ branch update; HHB update; DHB update
Learning outcomes for the session:
- Understanding the pathophysiology of Type 2 Diabetes
- Therapeutic targets of Type 2 Diabetes
- Understand the management approaches with Type 2 Diabetes
- NZ Guideline approach to management of Type 2 Diabetes
- International Guideline approach to the management of Type 2 Diabetes
- Update on therapeutics of Type 2 Diabetes
- Metformin, sulfonylureas
- GLP-1 agonists
- DDP4 inhibitors
- SGLT2- inhibitors
- Update on self-monitoring – include new technology – Freestyle Libre
- Local and national resources available to support patients with type 2 diabetes.
REGISTER HERE by 5.00pm Monday, 20 July
5. WILLIAM BUCK 2020 Workshop/Webinar Series
From March to November 2020
Each activity has been endorsed by New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) and the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for CME credits for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes.
The webinars are pre-recorded so you can watch them at your convenience. Both the half-day finance workshop and the full-day presentation skills workshop will start at 9.00am at our offices at 21 Queen St, Auckland.
For further information or to book, contact Sharon Burkett or call 09 366 5058. To see a list of available CME points for these workshops, click below.
Weekly: 2, 9, 16 and 23 September 2020 at 7.30pm
This series is for GPs, primary care nurses, nurse practitioners, nurse prescribers, pharmacists: anyone who wants to keep up-to-date across the whole field of primary care.
For just $300 you will receive:
- Four nights of webinars, hosted by our GP presenters.
- Presentations from our UK GP partners.
- Every webinar will have NZ specialists standing by for your questions.
- 6 hours of practice changing updates, and 6 CPD points (RNZCGP).
- A handbook of 324 well written pages covering everything from A to Z in primary care, couriered to you before the first webinar.
- 12 months free subscription to the gpcpd website. With three times the content of the handbook, this online resource is a comprehensive tool that can even be used in consultations.
- Ongoing access to webinar archives of the series.