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Hot Topics Webcast

24

Mar, 2020



7:00 pm - 1:00 am | AEDT


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Topics & Speaker

Coronavirus Update - Tricky Questions

Prof Robert Booy

Head of Clinical Research, NCIRS

Robert Booy is a Senior Professorial Fellow at NCIRS, having joined in March 2015. He is a medical graduate of the University of Queensland (1984), trained in paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane and has held a range of positions in the UK. Professor Booy’s research interests extend from understanding the genetic basis of susceptibility to, and severity of, infectious diseases, especially influenza, RSV and invasive disease caused by encapsulated organisms; the clinical, public health and social burden of these diseases; and means by which to prevent or control serious infections through vaccines, drugs and non-pharmaceutical measures.

Managing Patients with Klinefelter's Disease and Male Hypogonadism

A/Professor Carolyn Allan

Endocrinologist; Senior Medical Staff, Monash Health

Associate Professor Carolyn Allan graduated in medicine from Monash University with honours and undertook advanced training in endocrinology at Prince Henry's Hospital/Monash Medical Centre and at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London. After returning to Australia in 1999, she completed a PhD in Andrology at Prince Henry's Institute (now the Hudson Institute of Medical Research). Since 2001 A/Prof Allan has been a member of Senior Medical Staff in the Departments of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Monash Health. She is the inaugural Head of the Endocrine Pregnancy Service and was previously Head of the Diabetes Pregnancy Service. A/Prof Allan's practice includes diabetes and general and reproductive (male and female) endocrinology. A/Prof Allan together with Dr Matthiesson is a Director of the Victorian Diabetes Endocrine Network.

Acne Management in General Practice

Dr Jill Cargnello

Dermatologist and Consultant; Austin Repat Medical Centre and the Skin and Cancer Foundation

Dr Jill Cargnello completed her medical degree and dermatology training in Melbourne and then spent two years in London where she worked at St Bartholomew’s hospital as a consultant dermatologist and a senior lecturer in dermatology. She has private rooms in Malvern East where she sees patients for all aspects of general dermatology, including skin cancer management, acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, pigmentation disorders, hyperhidrosis, hair loss, paediatric and adolescent dermatology. She also has expertise in using vascular, sublative and pigmented lasers. In addition, Jill consults at the Austin Repat Medical Centre and the Skin and Cancer Foundation. Jill enjoys the challenges of all aspects of Dermatology, but she has particular interest and expertise in managing hair disorders, skin cancer, acne and the ageing process.

Teen Sleep and Digital Technology

Dr Chris Seton

Paediatric and Adolescent Sleep Physician; Staff Specialist, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research

Dr Chris Seton is a Paediatric & Adolescent Sleep Physician in Sydney. He helped establish Australia’s first Paediatric Sleep Investigation Unit at Children’s Hospital Camperdown and works there as a Staff Specialist in Sleep Medicine. He has sleep clinics for babies, children & teenagers at The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Glebe – an Interdisciplinary Paediatric & Adolescent sleep service. In 2016, Chris developed SleepShack, the world’s first online sleep diagnostic & treatment program, for sleep deprived tweens & teens (sleepshack.com.au)

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