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ASMH welcome new prescribers. To take part in the HIV s100 Community Prescriber Program, GPs and Nurse Practitioners¿need to fulfil an initial accreditation process: 

  1. Complete an accredited HIV prescriber training course, including prerequisite online learning and post course online assessment, or apply for recognition of prior knowledge.
  2. Complete a self-directed learning exercise of approximately 4 hours, in which participants choose their own activity, identify learning objectives and reflect on their learning, evidenced in a brief report. Options include advanced reading, clinical placement and online Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Click HERE for more information on the reinforcing activity.
  3. Access appropriate support from senior clinicians working in an HIV/Sexual Health Clinic in a public hospital, or specialised GP with an HIV/Sexual Health expertise. ASHM can put you in contact with a specialist in your area. Click HERE for more information on clinical placement.
  4. Complete an Application Form for HIV Prescribing, which ASHM will provide.
  5. Be committed to¿ongoing HIV-specific continuing professional development (CPD)

For more information on how to become a prescriber, please refer to contact us at HIVPrescriber@ashm.org.au.

New Opportunities

These events are shared for your information and are not endorsed by the ACNP.

Be sure to check each event for updates due to Covid-19.  They may be cancelled, rescheduled or postponed. 

The management of obesity can seem overwhelming and time consuming but this doesn’t have to be the case. This series of four bite-sized forums, facilitated by Casey Beros (Health Journalist & TV Presenter) with renowned obesity experts, will break down the process with recommendations to help you effectively and efficiently manage people living with obesity.

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 17‌ ‌Nov‌ | ‌8:00‌–‌8:40‌ pm AEDT - Four key considerations when starting a conversation about obesity

24‌ ‌Nov‌ | ‌8:00‌–‌8:40‌ pm AEDT - Four mistakes to avoid in dietary and lifestyle advice

1‌ ‌Dec‌ | ‌8:00‌–‌8:40‌ pm AEDT - Four expert recommendations on weight medications and surgery

8‌ ‌Dec‌ | ‌8:00‌–‌8:40‌ pm AEDT - Four steps to optimise weight loss maintenance

Speakers

Dr Georgia Rigas - GP

A/Prof Samantha Hocking Endocrinologist

Dr Kathryn Williams Endocrinologist

Dr Sarah Abdo Endocrinologist

Gabrielle Maston Suthern, Dietitian & Exercise Physiologist


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Also available on-demand after each event, with additional resources such as podcasts and practical tools for those who have registered.

This educational activity is SCOPE accredited by the World Obesity Federation. It has been developed by an independent Steering Committee in collaboration with the speakers and the education provider Ogilvy Health, and is proudly sponsored by Novo Nordisk.

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Hepatology in Podcast - A4 Invitation

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10 November – Alcohol use disorder and liver cirrhosis
24 November – Viral Hepatitis in Indigenous Australians (part 1)
1 December – Viral Hepatitis in Indigenous Australians (part 2)
15 December – Clinical conundrums in Hepatitis B

For more information email: team at support@inpodcast.com

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Hepatitis C in Drug and Alcohol Settings


This online training course will¿provide participants with the skills, knowledge and confidence to¿increase¿the¿management of HCV in¿alcohol and other drug settings.¿

This course is for: Addiction medicine physicians, general practitioners, nurse practitioners and other clinicians who work in the drug and alcohol sector.

Date: Saturday 05 December 2020, 10:00am - 1:00pm (AEDT)  

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:¿¿¿

  • Describe risk factors for HCV,¿enabling discussions with clients around¿prevention and¿harm reduction¿¿¿¿
  • Screen, order and interpret tests appropriately to diagnose chronic HCV infection¿¿
  • Describe the recommended pre-treatment assessment, including liver disease¿staging¿¿¿
  • Determine the appropriate antiviral therapy for treatment of HCV and explain treatment to patient¿¿¿
  • Implement monitoring and post-treatment follow-up recommendations¿¿

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STI and BBV Nursing: Management and Care

This four-parts online training course outlines the public health aspects and clinical management of common STIs, HIV and hepatitis B and advocates for a proactive and practical approach to health care and evidence-based practice.

Week 1: 
Online training course 1 : 1 December 2020, 6:30-8:15pm (AEDT) 
Online training course 2 : 2 December 2020, 6:30-8:15pm (AEDT)

Week 2:
Online training course 3 : 8 December 2020, 6:30-8:15pm (AEDT)
Online training course 4 : 9 December 2020, 6:30-8:15pm (AEDT)

Please note that you will need to attend all four training courses in order to receive accreditation.


Learning Outcomes: 

  • Describe the clinical presentation and nurse’s role in managing STIs
  • Identify the priority populations for STI and BBV screening 
  • Demonstrate confidence in discussing sexual health with patients 
  • Describe contact tracing processes
  • Describe current HIV prevention methods



This activity is equivalent to 6 CPD hours

 

 

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FRONT LINE HEALTH WORKERS AND MENTAL HEALTH
 
COVID-19 with its associated lockdowns, physical distancing and quarantine measures has had a major impact on the mental health and well-being of many Australians, not least our community carers and healthcare heroes.
 
A panel of psychiatry experts will take a deep dive into what we have learnt about the effects of the pandemic, specifically on depression, and discuss practical approaches moving forward.

This masterclass will be led by
Professor David Castle
Chair of Psychiatry, St Vincent's Health, VIC

Key topics
1.  Impact of COVID-19 on mental health in the Australian population
2. Depression and sleep
3. Depression during the pandemic: practical suggestions for clinical practice
 

 

 

 

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This webcast is proudly supported by Lundbeck Australia and Otsuka Australia with the educational content and speakers independently determined and selected by the faculty. 

 

 


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Launch of new Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard – your invitation

As World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) draws to a close today, the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is marking the occasion with the release of the 2020 Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard.

The Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard was first published in 2014 and describes the care that should be provided to patients with an infection, or at risk of infection. Following a comprehensive review, the updated standard includes strengthened recommendations regarding surgical prophylaxis and a new statement about assessing adverse reactions to antimicrobials (including allergies).

Download the 2020 Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard

To officially launch the updated clinical care standard and explore what has changed in the management of patients with an infection or at risk of an infection, the Commission is pleased to be hosting a lunchtime webinar together with the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA).

When:       Thursday 26 November, 1:00pm - 2:00pm (AEDT)

Format:     Webinar event - presentations and Q&A

Speakers:

  • Professor John Turnidge AO - Commission Senior Medical Advisor, implementing national surveillance for antimicrobial resistance and usage in human health
  • Dr Kathryn Daveson - Infectious diseases physician and Chair of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard Review Group

Facilitators: 

  • Julia Hruz - Education Coordinator, SHPA
  • Fiona Doukas - Senior Pharmacist (Antimicrobial Stewardship) and Commission Senior Project Officer, Clinical Care Standards team

REGISTER NOW to attend the webinar

Please share this invitation with anyone in your network who may like to join the webinar and hear the discussion. There is also the opportunity for pharmacists to earn CPD credits. 

More information
For more information, contact the Clinical Care Standards team at ccs@safetyandquality.gov.au or visit our website.

 

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Balancing Human Rights During COVID19  |  Rights Talk 

 

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When - Friday 27 November, 12 noon - 1.30pm
Where - Live online event
Tickets - Free and available online here 

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global challenge that has required extraordinary measures to protect public health. Difficult decisions have had to be made about restricting some of our human rights – such as freedom of movement and association.

Protecting public health and protecting human rights are not mutually exclusive choices – but how do we keep the balance between the two? What safeguards do we need to protect rights and freedoms in Australia and prevent the ‘creeping authoritarianism’ we have witnessed elsewhere in the world?

Our panel of distinguished speakers will consider the issues and solutions from a human rights perspective in a live online event facilitated by Human Rights Commissioner Edward Santow. 

 

Professor Robynne Quiggin, UTS

Hugh de Kretser, Human Rights Law Centre

 

Professor Robynne Quiggin, UTS

Hugh de Kretser, Human Rights Law Centre

 

Professor Michael Kidd AM, Deputy CMO

Sarah Joseph, Castan Centre

 

Professor Michael Kidd AM, Deputy CMO

Sarah Joseph, Castan Centre

 

The ‘Balancing Human Rights and COVID19’ Rights Talk is proudly sponsored by Lexis Nexis. 

 

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Human Rights Day Oration | Rosemary Kayess 

 

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When - Thursday 10 December, 11am-12pm
Where - Live online event
Tickets - Free and available online here

Join Human Rights Medal winner Rosemary Kayess, for the 2020 Human Rights Day Oration.

Rosemary Kayess is a leading human rights advocate for people with disability in Australia and worldwide. Rosemary contributed to drafting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and successfully lobbied for its ratification in Australia. Last year, Rosemary was awarded the prestigious 2019 Human Rights Medal in recognition of her work in international human rights law for people with disability.

Rosemary will be in conversation with ABC’s disability affairs reporter, Nas Campanella, as they discuss Rosemary’s work within the Disability Royal Commission, as well as the social transformation of CRPD and the impact it has had on the community.

This 2020 Human Rights Day Oration is co-sponsored by Konica Minolta and King & Wood Mallesons.  

 

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Human Rights Heroes 2020  | COMING SOON!

 

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Earlier this year, we asked you to nominate a person, organisation or community that had made a special contribution to human rights in Australia in 2020. We received an overwhelming number of inspiring nominations and we can't wait to share them with you. 

If you don't already, follow the Commission on social media to see our new campaign celebrating Australia's #HumanRightsHeroes launch on Monday 7 December 2020! 

 

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Free Human Rights online learning modules

 

In the lead up to our Human Rights events and #HumanRightsHeroes campaign, we’re launching a new section of our website dedicated to Human Rights and COVID19. It features detailed analysis of some of the major human rights issues and free online learning modules for adults and kids on a range of human rights topics.

You can find this all on our website here

 

 

 

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Ongoing Opportunities 

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Ausmed Education is calling for expressions of interest from Nurse Practitioners to provide high-quality educational sessions at our Australiawide conferences and seminars.  Presenting to groups of nurses, midwives and other health professionals, ranging in size from 15 to 200 on a range of topics, our educators enjoy the support of a respected and well-known company, dedicated to producing professional, engaging and effective educational experiences.  Dowload the flyer "Ongoing opportunities Ausmed 'Call for Speakers'" for all the details.

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In 2013, we launched a free online palliative care training program, funded by the Australian Government, which was developed to improve access to best practice palliative care training and to improve the quality of life for people with a life-limiting illness, as well as for their families and careers. If you are interested in using this free online training program, members are asked to create individual accounts by visiting www.pallcaretraining.com.au and registering a new account.  Each participant will receive a certificate of completion upon conclusion. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries by emailing admin@ahha.asn.au or calling 02 6162 0780.

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End of Life Law for Clinicians 

End of Life Law for Clinicians (‘ELLC’) is a free national training program for clinicians, medical students, nurses and allied health professionals about the law at end of life. ELLC aims to improve participants’ knowledge and clinical practice to enhance their capacity to manage legal issues in end of life care. The program has been developed by the Queensland University of Technology, and is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health. We attach a Project Overview and flyer about the Project. 

Research shows clinicians have critical legal knowledge gaps, and a strong desire to know more about end of life law to better support dying patients and avoid legal risk. ELLC seeks to address these issues by delivering 10 free online training Modules on end-of-life and palliative care law across all Australian States and Territories, and  22 case-study based workshops across Australia (in 2019 and early 2020). 

BETTER PAIN MANAGEMENT E-LEARNING

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All modules are self-paced and each one takes around 1 hour to complete. Certificates of completion can be automatically downloaded, and may be used for CPD application.
This Better Pain Management eLearning package is free for Australian residents.
Alternatively, email fpm@betterpainmanagement.com.au or telephone (03) 9093 4930.