Managing Emergencies in Primary Health Care Workshop

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July 2, 2018
This workshop aims to improve physician competence, performance in practice and patient outcomes in the immediate management of emergencies that present themselves to primary care and office-based practices. In specific, this course will improve practical knowledge in the recognition and management of high-risk emergency conditions: seizure, chest pain, syncope, asthma, and anaphylaxis. DATE – Saturday 14th […]
Managing Emergencies in Primary Health Care Workshop

This workshop aims to improve physician competence, performance in practice and patient outcomes in the immediate management of emergencies that present themselves to primary care and office-based practices. In specific, this course will improve practical knowledge in the recognition and management of high-risk emergency conditions: seizure, chest pain, syncope, asthma, and anaphylaxis.

DATE – Saturday 14th July, 2018

TIME – 1:30pm registration and light refreshments 2:00pm – 4:00pm training

VENUE – WiSE Emergency Clinic, 33-39 Talavera Rd, Macquarie Park. Entrance via Khartoum Rd, with free parking on site.

SPEAKERS – Dr. S. V. Mahadevan, FACEP, FAAEM Professor of Emergency Medicine (Stanford University)

LEARNING

  • Identify and effectively manage patients with anaphylaxis.

OUTCOMES

  • Effectively manage patients presenting with severe asthma prior to transfer to the emergency department
  • Appropriately risk-stratify acute chest pain patients to reduce misdiagnosis and delays in evaluation and treatment.
  • Identify and effectively manage patients in status epilepticus.
  • Conduct rapid, bedside evaluations to evaluate and differentiate patients with low, moderate, and high-risk syncope presentations
  • Effectively communicate with EMS and Emergency Physicians while managing emergencies.

COST – There is no cost for GPs within the Sydney North Primary Health Network region

ENQUIRIES – Robi or Judy – Education Team – 9432 8250 [email protected]

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