The Advanced Workshop of Intrauterine Systems provides a practical introduction to this advanced procedure. The workshop will give you a step by step guide to the procedure and valuable insight into the safety guidelines you need to know to avoid complications. You will learn what equipment is necessary to achieve the best outcomes for your patients, with the opportunity to
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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS AND WORKSHOP REQUISITES
The Advanced Workshop of Intrauterine Systems is designed for medical professionals who are interested in performing IUS insertions and removals in the primary care setting, and who wish to gain a practical introduction to this advanced procedure. Participants can expect a step by step guide to the technique and valuable insights into the necessary approach to achieve the best outcomes for their patients. The course will enable participants to seriously consider this procedure in their practice. The course is suitable for general practitioners and International Medical Graduates and assumes previous experience in clinical procedures.
- Determining the correct steps in the process of intrauterine procedures
- Recognising the safety rules to avoid complications during intrauterine procedures
- Determining the necessary equipment for intrauterine procedures
- Planning patient
- Analysing patient case scenarios
Workshop participants will:
- Receive unlimited and ongoing access to free alumni learning resources, video lectures, and discussion forums, as well as invite-only events and special offers after completion of the workshop.
SUNDAY WORKSHOP OUTLINE
|8:00am - 8:30am||Registration|
|8:30am – 10:00am||Session 1||
|10:00am – 10:30am||Morning Tea|
|10:30am – 12:00pm||Session 2||Copper IUD and IUS practical (part 1)|
|12:00pm – 1:00pm||Lunch|
|1:00pm – 2:30pm||Session 3||IUS practical (part 2) and case studies|
|2:30pm - 3:00pm||Afternoon Tea|
|3:00pm – 4:30pm||Session 4||Case studies (continued from session 3)|
Dr Nelum Dharmapriya
MBChB(UK), MRCP, FRACGP
General Practitioner at Narangba Doctors, Queensland
Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, UK (DRCOG) 2000
Diploma of Family planning and Sexual Health Medicine, UK (DFFP) 2003
Obtained Letter of Competence in Intrauterine Techniques by FFPRHC, 2003
EARLY BIRD RATE
Register 30 days prior to the course commencement date.
REGULAR WORKSHOP FEE
Full payment on the day of registration
GP REGISTRARS: Doctors in training who are on a recognised pathway to General Practice Registration through a recognised training provider receive a HealthCert Scholarship.
WORKSHOP DELIVERY AND ASSESSMENT
The one-day workshop is delivered on Sundays and includes presentations and demonstrations from an expert in the field followed by
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
RACGP and ACRRM points pending. RACGP and ACRRM have revised their accreditation processes and recognitions will be updated as soon as they are received.
- Provides CPD points from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
- Provides PRPD points from the Australian Council of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).
- Is recognised by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP).
recognisedby the Hong Kong College of Family Physicians (HKCFP). The HKCFP recognisesall courses endorsed by the RACGP. Points are calculated differently.
- Is a self-submitted activity in Dubai. The number of CPD points must be stated on the certificate. Please contact PLD@dhcr.gov.ae for more information.
- Is a self-submitted activity in the UK. CPD events overseas, applicable to a doctor’s scope of practice, may be submitted for revalidation. Please confirm with your Responsible Officer.
- Is a self-submitted activity in Canada through the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Category 1 points are reported as certified and Category 2 points are reported as non-certified. Contact email@example.com for more information.
- Meets World Federation of Medical Education standards.
- Has been independently developed with subject specialists and does not receive education grants from any pharmaceutical company.
Optional clinical attachments are available for IUS procedures. These clinical attachments are an opportunity to see an expert performing IUS insertion or removal and other female reproductive procedures such as insertion or removal of contraceptive implants. General practitioners have the opportunity to observe the expert in action, ask questions and seek guidance.