Primary Care Refresher 2021 – Partners in Prevention – Virtual Conference Event – 29-30 May

Western Victoria PHN invites you to register for our Keynote event of 2021. The 2021 Primary Care Refresher virtual conference will be held over two days on 29-30 May with concurrent GP and Primary Care streams.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Professor Michael Kidd AM, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health
  • Adjunct Professor (Practice) Alison McMillan, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Department of Health

GP Stream Topics:

  • ADHD Update (while I have your attention…)
  • Cardiovascular Risk Screening in General Practice
  • Food and Mood – Evidence linking diet to the prevention and treatment of mental health disorders
  • Strategies for Prevention of Opioid Problems
  • Chronic Disease – Prescribing physical activity in a few easy steps
  • Integrating Transgender Health into Mainstream General Practice
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Panel Discussion ‘Partners in Prevention’ – Building bridges

Primary Care Stream Topics:

  • Paediatric Respiratory and other Considerations – What does a sick child look like?
  • Advance Care Planning – Goals of care
  • Child Life Therapy – How can we better support coping for paediatric patients?
  • Business Success in a Post COVID-19 Environment
  • Nurse Clinic Building Blocks – Explaining the essential elements of a nurse led clinic
  • Nurse Clinics – Business modelling and team engagement
  • Employment Issues – Conflict, performance management and supervision
  • Panel Discussion ‘Partners in Prevention’ – Building bridges

*Please register for the entire conference and join on the event days at the times your desired sessions are being facilitated.

*General Practitioner information only

  • RACGP CPD Activity Points will be applied for
  • ACRRM hours of attendance will be applied for

8 RACGP CPD points will be awarded for each full-day attended. Alternatively, you may self-record your attendance at individual sessions.

Detailed Program Flyer

For any further information please email

Disclaimer: WVPHN has engaged online event company ‘Expert Events’ to host the conference. Registrations will be processed by Expert Events.

Last modified: 19 April, 2021