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This online module is presented by Dr Julie Thompson, General Practitioner and Manager, Primary Care at the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre. In this session, Dr Thompson focuses on the provision of follow-up care for a woman who has completed
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The materials in this module were developed by Cancer Australia and adapted for online delivery by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). Addresses the importance of adopting a systematic approach to the investigation of a new breast
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The Breast cancer in the family – what does it mean? module was developed by Cancer Australia and adapted for online delivery by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).This module is presented by Professor Christobel Saunders, Head of
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The Breast cancer in the family – what does it mean? module was developed by Cancer Australia and adapted for online delivery by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).This module is presented by Judy Kirk, Clinical Associate
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Cancer provides Australia's largest disease burden, and the incidence and prevalence are increasing.General practitioners have a role in many aspects of cancer control and care. Traditionally the focus in general practice was on early detection, referral and
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This online module includes Part I, presented by Dr Tony Green, Surgeon in Atherton and Breast Surgeon in Cairns and Part II presented by Dr Geoffrey Beadle, Medical Oncologist in Brisbane. The two presenters consider treatment for breast cancer including
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This online module is presented by Associate Professor Jane Turner, a psychiatrist at the University of Queensland School of Medicine.  A/Prof Turner will consider the psychosocial care of women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and the role of
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Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition affecting one in three Australasians at some stage throughout their lives. The condition is most common in people with a family history of an atopic disorder, including
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General practitioners are increasingly providing care and follow up to cancer survivors. This topic outlines the key issues for the growing number of cancer survivors in Australia and their families, and provides specific advice about follow up for common
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Australia is a land of variety. Major urban areas like Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast are well known but in your first job in the country it is likely you will be working in one of the smaller, lesser-known towns. The experience in regional areas, both
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