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Online training: Hepatitis C in Primary Care

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ASHM, August 2020 This training aims to provide participants with the knowledge and confidence to pursue the management of HCV in their primary care setting. Primary care providers can play a critical role in the elimination of hepatitis C in Australia by 2030. This workshop will provide an overview of the management of HCV in primary care settings, including case finding, testing, patient...

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding – RACGP seminar by Dr Amy Moten

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RACGP, August 2020 SHINE SA’s Sexual Health Practitioner, Dr Amy Moten will be presenting an online webinar on behalf of the RACGP on Abnormal Uterine Bleeding.   Abnormal uterine bleeding is a common presentation in general practice with heavy menstrual bleeding affecting 25% of people who are menstruating. This presentation will discuss the common causes of heavy menstrual bleeding and...

Webinar: Syphilis Outbreak in the Indigenous Community

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SHINE SA, posted May 14, 2020 This free education session is presented by Adelaide Sexual Health Centre and will provide an update on syphilis. General practitioners, nurses and/or midwives, Aboriginal Health Practitioners and Aboriginal Health Workers are encouraged to register for this training. COURSE DETAILS Date: 16 June 2020 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm The webinar will cover: Update on...

Update on Sexually Transmitted Infections: forum recording now available

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SHINE SA, 17/1/2019 SHINE SA is pleased to present the following Clinical Education Forum on the topic of sexually transmitted infections. This recording is available free of charge, and access is limited to three months only. This forum covers current trends in sexually transmitted infections and includes recent updates to the Australian STI Management Guidelines for Use in Primary Care...

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