External Events

PLEASE NOTE that due to COVID-19 most face to face events are being postponed or cancelled. Please check individual events to ensure they are still running. Webinars should not be affected.

CESPHN runs a full calendar of events which can be found on the Event Registration page. We also support external organisations who also run education and these events can be found below. If you would like to advertise on our external events page, please complete the online form

Please note that events must be held in the next 12 months, be hosted within the CESPHN catchment, and be relevant to general practitioners, allied health professionals, practice nurses, practice managers or practice staff.

Central and Eastern Sydney PHN has full discretion to reject external event requests or cease the promotion of any external events on our website.


11 August 2020

 

 

DIVERSITY DIALOGUES – ‘Quality care from a physical distance’

The focus of this panel discussion is delivering quality and culturally responsive telehealth services to people from culturally and linguistically diverse populations, through the pandemic and beyond. Thursday, 3 September 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm AEST Register Now

21 July 2020

Healthcare professionals are the biggest group of shift workers in Australia. This webinar presented by the Australasian Sleep Association will provide an understanding of the health consequences of shift work and how to better manage it.

12 August 2020

7 July 2020

Critical Consultations in Osteoporosis Online is a CPD-accredited activity worth 40 points in the RACGP CPD Program or 4.5 CPD hours in the ACRRM PDP. Nurses can also complete the program and can self-report for 4.5 CPD hours.

15 July 2020

The webinar will be presented by Dr. Ginni Mansberg (BMed Grad Dip Journalism (UTS)) and Sara Drew (The Benchmarque Group Education Manager, RN, IPN), and will cover the following topics:

17 August 2020

30 July 2020

Presented by Dr Alireza Ahmadvand, this training aims to provide participants with the knowledge and confidence to pursue the management of HCV in their primary care setting. 

19 August 2020