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Prince of Wales Private Hospital Medical Updates - 6 September 2017

The program for this session is as follows:

  • Heavy Menstrual Bleeding:  Same Old Problem, Whole New Standards - Associate Professor Jason Abbott
  • Current Issues Surrounding Delivery - Dr Minke Burke
  • Aspirin, progesterone and clexane in pregnancy - What is the evidence? - Dr Erin Nesbitt-Hawes
  • Common presentations (including vaginismus) - Panel: A/Prof Jason Abbott, Dr Minke Burke, Dr Erin Nesbitt-Hawes
Event Date 06-09-2017 6:30 pm
Event End Date 06-09-2017 8:30 pm
Time 6.30pm Registration and Dinner; 7.00pm - 8.30pm Presentations
Address Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Level 7, Conference Room, Barker Street, Randwick (Parking available in hospital car park, please bring ticket for validation)
Target audience GPs
RACGP 3 Cat 2 QI&CPD points applied for the 2017- 2019 triennium
Contact Tracey Claridge, CPD Program Officer on 9330 9918 or
Important notice CESPHN CPD events (excluding CPR) are free to GPs and allied health professionals who are financial members of their respective PHN member organisation as listed below. For GPs and allied health professionals who are not financial members of a member organisation and wish to attend CESPHN CPD events, a $120 cover charge per event will be payable. The PHN member organisations including their membership fees are:
  • Central Sydney GP Network ($110)
  • General Practice Eastern Sydney ($110)
  • GP Crew Limited ($110)
  • St George Division of General Practice ($100)
  • Sutherland Division of General Practice ($110)
  • Central and Eastern Sydney Allied Health Network ($110)
If you are not already a member of one of these organisations, and would like to join, or have any questions, please phone the member support and engagement team on 9799 0933. Financial members can attend any event (excluding CPR) within their target audience for free!

Please note practice managers and practice nurses are not required to be paid members at this point in time.
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