GP ANTENATAL SHARED CARE Workshop Central Queensland

2022sat29oct10:00 amsat3:00 pmGP ANTENATAL SHARED CARE Workshop Central Queensland

Event Details

Registrations now open via the Eventbrite link below
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/rockhampton-central-queenslandgp-antenatal-shared-care-workshop-tickets-433400832557


20221029-GP-Antenatal-Shared-Care-Flyer.pdf (288 downloads)

Saturday 29 October 2022
Workshop: 10.00am – 3.00pm MTOP: 3.00pm – 4.00pm
CocoBrew 114 William Street ROCKHAMPTON (or remote via MS TEAMS)

This update is for general practitioners who wish to undertake antenatal shared care with the Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. Shared Maternity Care represents an opportunity to practice collaborative holistic obstetric care by combining the varied skills of midwife, general practitioner and obstetrician to the benefit of the community and mutual understanding between colleagues.

The full day workshop provides the opportunity to review and update a wide range of maternity care topics and to develop professional networks across primary care and
hospital settings. (RACGP and ACRRM points pending) GPs, GP registrars, hospital doctors and others with an interest in maternity care are invited to attend. Please note that remote online access to the workshop will also be available (see details when registering).

Learning Outcomes

  • Formulate a safe and collaborative approach to shared care with an understanding of communications between GP and hospital and the pregnant person and family at the centre of care
  • Describe risk factors for preeclampsia, stillbirth and pre-term birth and formulate a routine for assessing these at early pregnancy visits
  • Utilise guidelines for screening and management of infections in pregnancy including syphilis
  • Identify common issues in pregnancy and the postpartum including pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, family violence and discuss local services providing additional
    support and management

Medical Abortion in General Practice – the Why, When and How

  • Describe the requirements for providing MTOP in the community
  • Develop a checklist for safe prescribing MS 2 Step
  • Use case discussions and peers’ experiences to refine practice

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location

Rockhampton and online