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For Doctors & Health Professionals

FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE WORKSHOP

 

THE IN-PERSON WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. YOU CAN STILL COMPLETE ALL THE OTHER CPD COMPONENTS. CONTACT US FOR DETAILS OR TO JOIN OUR WORKSHOP WAITLIST.

Continence Matters is an accredited RACGP CPD provider.

Continence Matters is driven to expand and enhance continence education and assist you in fulfilling your CPD requirements.

Continuing our long tradition of GP education spanning over two decades, we are thrilled to invite you to an exciting new free RACGP-accredited FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE WORKSHOP.

We have worked extensively with RACGP to assist you in fulfilling your CPD requirements.

14 CPD Hours Available:  
Optional pre-course 3 hours RACGP-accredited Educational Activity Video Continence Course. RACGP website: https://mycpd.racgp.org.au/activity/883435
3-hour RACGP-accredited Reviewing Performance activity in-person workshop. RACGP website: https://mycpd.racgp.org.au/activity/869567
Optional one-hour post-course Self-Reflection Activity (Reviewing Performance). 
Optional one-hour Educational Activity to set up your Qualitative Review
Optional Qualitative Review activity for 5 patients (5 hours Measuring Outcomes)
Optional one-hour Self-Reflection reviewing the measuring outcome activity (Reviewing Performance)

Workshop Details: 
Date: Saturday, 20th July 
Time: 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM, registration from 12.30. 
Location: Connery House, Calvary North Adelaide Hospital, 89 Strangways Terrace, North Adelaide 
Cost: Free 

Workshop Highlights:
Case studies. 
Practical skill stations. 
Free online video course enrolment included. 


Learning Objectives include:
Describe the prevalence, barriers to care, and impact of incontinence. 
Describe and differentiate the symptoms of common types of urinary incontinence (Stress, Urge, Mixed and Overflow). 
Recommend lifestyle changes to patients with urinary incontinence. 
Outline to patients how to perform pelvic floor exercises. 
Analyze a Bladder Diary. 

Course Facilitators:
Dr Samantha Pillay MBBS FRACS FUSANZ
Dr Joy O'Hazy OAM MBBS Dip RANZCOG, Continence GP
Donna Fisher Continence Clinical Nurse Advisor

Catering:
Afternoon Tea will be provided.
This will be a no-alcohol educational event.

Registration:
Space is limited. To secure your spot, please email manager@continencematters.com with your name, RACGP ID, preferred email for course communications and mobile number. This email will be used to create your access for the online course.

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We look forward to your participation in what promises to be a valuable workshop.

FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE WORKSHOP
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