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23rd
Tuesday, 23 October 2012 - Wednesday, 24 October 2012
Italian Club Rooms, FREMANTLE WA
Description:

Comprehensive 2 day Rural Emergency Skills Training Course.

Being held ahead of Rural Medicine Australia 2012 (RMA2012) - ACRRM/RDAA Annual Conference and Scientific Forum.  

 

Contact:
Karen Ward
Phone:
07 3105 8200
25th
Thursday, 25 October 2012
The Esplanade, FREMANTLE, WA
Description:

Full day upskilling Clinical Workshops offered pre-conference.

ACRRM/RDAA Annual Conference and Biannual Scientific Forum.

 

Contact:
Maggie Bryan
Phone:
07 3105 8200
26th
Friday, 26 October 2012 - Sunday, 28 October 2012
The Esplanade, Marine Parade, FREMANTLE. WA
Description:

Rural Medicine Australia 2012 (RMA2012) is the ACRRM/RDAA Annual Conference and Biannual Scientific Forum.

 

Contact:
Maggie Bryan
Phone:
07 3105 8200
 
Any time
Online via RRMEO
Description:

Dermatology; Radiology; Retrieval Medicine; Rural Paediatrics; Palliative Medicine; Toxinology; Q Fever; and more…

Contact:
RRMEO
Phone:
1800 223 226
 
Enrol Anytime
Online via RRMEO
Description:

ACRRM's online cultural awareness module is accredited training for the Practice Incentive Payments (Indigenous Health Incentives).  You need to complete training within 12 months of joining the PIP (IHI).

The 15-hour module provides opportunities to understand medical practice from an indigenous perspective and to work towards improving your indigenous patients' confidence and wellbeing.  The module must be complete by a GP in a practice and one other person working in that practice.

Contact:
RRMEO
Phone:
07 3105 8200
 
Enrol Anytime
Online via RRMEO
Description:

Comprehensive online course developed by ACRRM especially for GPs working in rural and remote Australia.  Urban GPs interested in the topic would also benefit from completing this course.
The course is presented in three self-paced modules.  Each will take about 2 hours to complete.

Contact:
RRMEO
Phone:
1800 223 226
 
Enrol Anytime
Online via RRMEO
Description:

The Certificate in Primary Care Dermatology — developed with the Australasian College of Dermatology — is specifically designed to provide General Practitioners with the latest training to diagnose and treat skin cancers and other common skin conditions.
This comprehensive and very flexible course is comprised of 25 modules:
.    23 online modules
.    2 practical modules (one procedural workshop, and one clinical attachment or experience).

Contact:
RRMEO
Phone:
07 3105 8200