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About Healthed webcasts

Healthed webcasts are a valuable educational platform, allowing viewers to gain up-to-date clinical knowledge through an easy, time-efficient format. Our free web-based seminars fill a huge unmet need amongst GPs outside of the major cities for quality, accessible education. Every Healthed webcast features at least three expert lectures and runs for at least 90 minutes. While the majority of our viewers are General Practitioners, our webcasts are also drawing growing interest from other HCPs, such as pharmacists and nurses. Registrants can watch stream the webcast on a computer, tablet or phone. Instructions on how to log in to the webcast will be emailed to registered delegates in the weeks before the event.

Upcoming Webcasts

Hot Topics Webcast

03

Mar, 2020



7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | AEST


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Topics & Speaker

Safe and Responsible Use of Traditional Opioids in GP

Prof Milton Cohen

Rheumatologist and Pain Specialist, St Vincent’s Hospital

Prof Milton Cohen is a specialist pain medicine physician and rheumatologist on the St Vincent's Sydney Campus. Dr Cohen has been a leader in the development of pain medicine as a discipline. His interests are broad and include issues in pain theory and practice, rational pharmacotherapy for pain and implications of persistent pain for public policy.

Iron Deficiency and Its Management – Getting Oral Therapy Right

Dr Pradeep Jayasuriya

General Practitioner, Belgravia Medical Centre, Perth

Dr Pradeep Jayasuriya is the principal of a small independent general practice in the Perth metropolitan area for the last 20 years. As a past Director of Research for the RACGP in WA, he has contributed to guideline initiatives including those for chronic disease self management and preventive activities in general practice. More recent initiatives have included the development of a community based iron infusion facility in collaboration with a Medicare Local and a related educational activity for primary care health professionals.

The Role of Progestogens in HRT and Management of Menopausal Symptoms

Prof Rod Baber

Cinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Head of Menopause and Menstrual Disorders Clinic, Royal North Shore Hospital

Rod Baber is Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The University of Sydney and Head of the Menopause and Menstrual Disorders clinic at Royal North Shore Hospital. He is Past President of both The International Menopause Society, and The Australasian Menopause Society and Chair of The Medical Advisory Board of Family Planning NSW. He is Editor in Chief of Climacteric, the journal of The International Menopause Society and Associate Editor of The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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