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The majority of conditions requiring surgical intervention can be diagnosed and treated in primary care – if the general practitioner has the skills and confidence to do so.
The Professional Certificate of Clinical Procedures provides the clinician with intermediate level knowledge including the ability to understand and manage a variety of common problems that require office-based surgical intervention, such as foreign body removal, lacerations, sebaceous cysts and ingrown toenails.
In this module, Assistant Professor Maurice Brygel discusses some of the major nail conditions, including subungual hematomas and a variety of paronychia cases, in the short video below.
The course is suitable for GPs and International Medical Graduates, and assumes no prior knowledge or training in the field.
The course is delivered in a one-day practical workshop + online theory: Complete the theoretical course component online and attend a one-day practical workshop with supervised skills practice.
I can highly recommend this course. It was a highly practical and well organised program. The procedures were thoroughly discussed and very useful for improving certain practical skills and applicable in daily practice, and there was plenty of opportunity to practice the skills taught.
Upon successful completion of the course requirements, you will receive the HealthCert Professional Certificate and accreditation points from RACGP/ACRRM.
RACGP CPD Accredited Activity 40 Points
- PDP units: 23 Educational activity
- 2 days under the Surgery Rural Procedural Training Grant