GP Education – General Surgery in General Practice

St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital invites general practitioners to our GP Education event: General Surgery in General Practice.

With presentations from SJG Mount Lawley Hospital’s general surgeons and ample opportunity for Q&A, this two hour session will renew and refresh GP’s knowledge on these common general surgical problems that present in general practice. 

'Perianal conditions' presented by Dr Stephanie Chetrit
'Ultrasound detected hernias' presented by Dr Graeme Clarke
'Adrenal incidentaloma' presented by Dr Alan Tien 
'Biliary pain work up' presented by Dr Cecilia Wee

Learning Outcomes

After attending this education session you will be able to:

  1. Recall a systematic approach to assessment and management of an adrenal incidentaloma that can be implemented into your practice
  2. List suitable investigations for patients presenting with biliary type pain
  3. Describe common ultrasound detected hernias and when to refer for further management
  4. Outline the management options of haemorrhoids and other perianal conditions.

Registration and refreshments begin at 6pm. Presentations will begin st 7pm. 

Parking: Complimentary parking is available.

CPD Points: RACGP accreditation pending as a CAT 2 event.

Register online

If you have any questions please email or phone 9382 6303.

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