THIS WORKSHOP IS DESIGN FOR
- Suitably experienced GP’s who wish to learn to insert IUDs.
- GPs who are interested in learning more about IUDs as a contraceptive option for their patients, but intend to refer them elsewhere for insertion.
- Please see below for workshop eligibility requirements.
- Identify women who are appropriate candidates for IUD insertion
- Be able to counsel women on IUD insertion as part of routine contraceptive discussion
- Identify appropriate pre IUD investigations
- Instigate use of a pre insertion check list that will assist with improving safety for patients
- Apply your knowledge of IUDs to manage side effects and complications.
ACTIVE LEARNING MODULE
Consists of 3-hour face to face interactive theory component, then a choice of options:
- Theory component only. Extra reading and written cases – 3 hours
- Theory component plus clinical attachment consisting of 2 or 3 sessions of supervised IUD insertions.
RACGP QICPD Activity 102097 40 Category 1 points
ACCRM id 9081 30PRPD points + 30 PRPD O&G / Women’s Health points
Saturday 14 October 2017 9:00am to 1:00pm
Option A — $300 (GST included)z
Theory component only
Option B — $1200 (GST included)
Theory component plus clinical attachment.
MEMBERS DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
10% off and early bird registration available to Friends of SHFPACT professional members.
Early Bird Special (Option B ONLY). Theory and clinical attachment, available to SHFPACT professional members. *Please note Members Early Bird offer finishes 30 August 2017, no other discounts apply.
Light refreshments will be provided.
SHFPACT Training Room, Level 1, 28 University Ave, Canberra City
To register for this workshop please fill in the online registration form.
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Registrations close Monday 9 October 2017.
WORKSHOP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Participants in IUD Insertion Clinical Training must be a Registered Medical Practitioner with at least two years postgraduate experience. Adequate Professional Indemnity Insurance is the sole responsibility of the participant.
Participants should already have:
- extensive experience in Contraception consultation and counselling
- well-developed speculum and bimanual pelvic examination skills,
- have undertaken a Family Planning Certificate, or have considerable experience in women’s health and gynaecology in general practice.
If you wish to undertake IUD Insertion Clinical Training, but do not have the requisite skills, it is recommended that you acquire these skills before undertaking IUD Insertion Clinical Training.