ACRRM Mental Health Disorders Training for Rural Practitioners Course


ACRRM’s next Mental Health Disorders Training for Rural Practitioners course will be held from 2 – 23 August 2018.

The course will provide rural GP registrars and supervisors with an insightful overview of some of the most common mental health concerns including depression, anxiety and somatisation disorders.

This course provides you with:

  • discussion-based learning, both during and after the session, with participants able to learn from one another within the virtual classroom
  • an opportunity to learn in after office hours so as to not interfere with clinical time
  • the ability to attend from wherever you are throughout rural and remote Australia, and
  • opportunities to make up two sessions if they are missed.

This is great opportunity to gain 20 PRPD points and MHST MOPS. Participants who complete this course receive access to Medical item numbers 2715 and 2717.

To register today, visit the ACRRM website.


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