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Australia’s most common eating disorder is under-recognised:

It represents nearly half of all eating disorders, is as common in men as it is in women, and affects around one million people.


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ACRRM Bushfire Support

Through the below link, ACRRM are providing information to their members, as well as working with other stakeholders to coordinate a locum respite response in affected areas. 

ACRRM are driving that through an EOI form on the RDN NSW website, and information on that is also found by following the link.

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Link: ACRRM support for communities under threat from bushfires



RACGP - Bushfire disaster: How GPs can help


An unprecedented start to the bushfire season has pushed emergency services, communities and volunteers to breaking point. 


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More information for GPs impacted by bushfires can be found on the RACGP website, and the college can be contacted at 1800 472 247.


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    Advance Care Planning


    This course outlines Advance Care Planning. To access the course, you will need to click on the ‘Register for the Advance Project’ button in this link.

    After completing the eLearning module, GPs will be able to:
    • Describe the benefits and role of general practice in advance care planning (ACP) and early identification and assessment of patients’ palliative and supportive care needs;
    • Use the Advance ProjectTM Guide and evidence-based tools to initiate ACP and assessing patients and carers’ palliative and supportive care needs.;
    • Identify and screen patients and carers who may benefit from ACP and/or a palliative and supportive care needs assessment;
    • Evaluate patients’ and carers’ concerns, symptoms, questions and priorities identified through a structured ACP and/or supportive care needs assessment;
    • Identify patients who could benefit from referral to specialist palliative care and explain the benefits of this referral to them.

    Link: https://www.theadvanceproject.com.au/theadvanceproject/tabid/5231/Default.aspx 

    NEW Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Items


    NEW Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Items

    From 1 November 2019, a suite of new Eating Disorder items are being introduced to support a model of best practice evidence based care for patients with anorexia nervosa and other eligible patients with eating disorders.

    These changes are relevant for medical practitioners (including a GP a psychiatrist or paediatrician), and eligible Clinical Psychologists and Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and Dietitians.

    Information on the additional item numbers is available from the MBS Resources course. New MBS Summary Cards which include the new item numbers are available to download and print.

    Click here to go directly to the MBS Resources Course


    eTG Complete

    Click the image to be redirected to GP Resources where you will find the eTG link for access outside of work hours.

    Vaccine Storage and Cold Chain Management


    The Vaccine Storage and Cold Chain Management module is a NSW Health Education and Training Institute initiative.  The Public health unit in NSW is recommending all clinical staff complete this. 

     The module contains audio so please make sure your speakers are turned on or your headphones are plugged in.

     Topics include:

    - Protecting vaccines

    - Start of the day

    - Vaccine deliveries & vaccine stocking

    - End of the day

    - Data loggers

    - Managing a cold chain breach

    - Power outages

    - Annual equipment maintenance

     PLEASE ENSURE YOU PRINT YOUR CERTIFICATE, SCAN AND UPLOAD IT TO THE VACCINE STORAGE AND COLD CHAIN MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE SECTION OF THIS COURSE. It cannot be saved directly upon completion of the course.

    Link: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/immunisation/coldchain/story_flash.html