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Clinical Genetics Advanced Trainee Course (GMED5001)

Monday, 19 February 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Ingrid Sinnerbrink

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Online event

Description

The Genomics in Clinical Practice: Clinical Genetics Advanced Trainees short course is available to Clinical Genetics Trainees only. This course provides a framework for contemporary knowledge of genetic disorders that are relevant to many areas of medicine including neurology, cardiology, oncology, nephrology, ophthalmology, paediatrics and obstetrics.

Clinical Genetics Advanced Trainee Course (GMED5001)

Foundations of Directorship - Health, March

Wednesday, 06 March 2024

Facilitator/s: In collaboration with AICD

Sydney

Please contact [email protected].

In person event

Description

Sydney Health Executive Education in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) will be holding a 3-day Foundations of Directorship – Health course in March.

Foundations of Directorship - Health, March

Pain Self-Management: CBT Skills in Clinical Practice

Tuesday, 12 March 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Sarah Overton, Dr Brad Wood, Ms Maria de Sousa, Mr Tumelo Dube

18 day/s till Registration closes

30 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

This training program provides an opportunity for health professionals to learn how to help patients better manage their chronic pain using self-management strategies that can be tailored to the needs of each patient.

Pain Self-Management: CBT Skills in Clinical Practice

Oral Health Essentials for Health Professionals

Wednesday, 13 March 2024

Facilitator/s: Associate Professor Munira Xaymardan

Sydney

19 day/s till Registration closes

10 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

Oral health is an important component of general health.  In this online course you will learn about common oral health issues encountered in clinical practice and consider the implications of poor oral health for a range of target groups. You will also explore a range of different oral health conditions, their recommended treatment options, and how to promote oral health more broadly. This course is open to all health professionals and is comprised of 4 independent blocks of study.

Oral Health Essentials for Health Professionals

Dental Implants

Friday, 15 March 2024

Facilitator/s: Professor Richard W Chan OAM, Dr Lydia Lim, Dr Michael Chang, Dr David Sykes, Chris Xeras

Sydney

15 day/s till Registration closes

21 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

Introduction to surgery and prosthodontics. This intensive three-day evidence-based foundation course has been continuously refined over the last 20 years by Professor Richard Chan since its introduction in 1985 by Professor Iven Klineberg and his team. During this time, the course has introduced over 1000 general practitioners as well as specialist clinicians to implant dentistry.

Dental Implants

Sleep Medicine - Translating theory to practice

Saturday, 16 March 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Kerri Melehan

Camperdown

18 day/s till Registration closes

13.5 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

This two-day course focuses on the practicalities of Sleep Medicine.

Sleep Medicine - Translating theory to practice

Psychoneuroimmunology-based Relaxation Therapy

Wednesday, 20 March 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Judy Lovas

10 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

Learn how science explains mind body connections at a cellular and molecular level. Understand how research in Psychoneuroimmunology applies to Relaxation as a therapeutic intervention in clinical practice. Gain skills to encourage and teach your patients how to use evidence-based relaxation techniques regularly and effectively.

Psychoneuroimmunology-based Relaxation Therapy

Surgical Skills Workshop; 11 - 12 April

Thursday, 11 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Associate Professor Anthony Glover, Associate Professor Sarah Aitken, Dr Renee Lim

St Leonards

15 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

The Surgical Skills workshop is a two-day workshop with one day focusing on practical skills required in surgery and one day focusing on communication and small group discussions about surgical training.  The workshop will give you an introduction to some of the basic skills required to work as a surgical trainee and allowing you to practice these skills with an expert faculty.

Surgical Skills Workshop; 11 - 12 April

Surgical Skills Workshop; 12 - 13 April

Friday, 12 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Associate Professor Anthony Glover, Associate Professor Sarah Aitken, Dr Renee Lim

St Leonards

15 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

The Surgical Skills workshop is a two-day workshop with one day focusing on practical skills required in surgery and one day focusing on communication and small group discussions about surgical training.  The workshop will give you an introduction to some of the basic skills required to work as a surgical trainee and allowing you to practice these skills with an expert faculty.

Surgical Skills Workshop; 12 - 13 April

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Monday, 15 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Anna Janssen

Online event

Description

This microcredential will empower learners with the knowledge to safely and effectively use or support the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in healthcare.

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Functional neurological voice disorders

Monday, 15 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Jan Baker, Adjunct Associate Professor, Flinders University

Online event

Description

This course aims to provide practicing speech pathologists, ENT specialists, and voice-related researchers with the latest knowledge about functional neurological voice disorders (FNVD) including phenomenology, principles, and practical recommendations for management.  It will cover key information and the latest research regarding the diagnostic terminologies, classification, diagnostic criteria, and clinical presentations of FNVD.

Functional neurological voice disorders

Forensic Anthropology

Monday, 29 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Denise Donlon

Camperdown

Blended event

Description

This short course will introduce you to the study of human skeletal remains and teeth within a legal context. You will review the identification of human and non-human bones and teeth as well as the processes used to reconstruct the ancestry/race, age, sex and stature from skeletal remains. There will also be an emphasis on the implications of trauma, taphonomy, and personal identification of skeletal remains within different contexts. Lectures would be delivered via Zoom and an in-person two-day workshop in the Shellshear Museum of Physical Anthropology and Comparative Anatomy at the University of Sydney will allow you to apply your skills to a variety of case studies.

Forensic Anthropology

Digital Health Essentials

Tuesday, 30 April 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Audrey P. Wang

50 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

The Digital Health Essentials micro-credential addresses the growing use of digital health technologies to address a range of health challenges. Topics covered include: how telehealth and virtual care have the potential to reshape models of healthcare, how wearable devices, smartphone apps and virtual reality programs can change patient behaviour and clinical outcomes; and how machine learning, artificial intelligence and data analytics can enhance clinical decision making. Participants will explore the theory behind applications of digital health technologies in clinical practice from pre-clinical to policy translation exemplars. There is a specific focus on maximising the benefits of digital health technologies to the clinician, patient/client, and health system in complex clinical and social environments, in Australia but applicable to similar issues found worldwide.

Digital Health Essentials

Emerging Health Leaders - May 2024

Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Facilitator/s: Chris Milross & Clinton Free

Camperdown

In person event

Description

This program will equip you with concepts, tools and techniques to be prepared for the transition to leadership roles in the rapidly changing and increasingly challenging healthcare system.

Emerging Health Leaders - May 2024

Pain Self-Management: CBT Skills in Clinical Practice

Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Sarah Overton, Dr Brad Wood, Ms Maria de Sousa, Mr Tumelo Dube

30 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

This training program provides an opportunity for health professionals to learn how to help patients better manage their chronic pain using self-management strategies that can be tailored to the needs of each patient.

Pain Self-Management: CBT Skills in Clinical Practice

Adult Restorative for Oral Health Therapists

Monday, 06 May 2024

Facilitator/s: Professor Vesna Miletic, Jennifer Mardini

Hybrid event

Description

This course is for oral health therapists (OHT) to expand your current scope of practice within your current registration division to include restorative treatment planning and procedures for adult patients.

Adult Restorative for Oral Health Therapists

Sleep Scoring Bootcamp

Saturday, 25 May 2024

Facilitator/s: Dr Kerri Melehan

Camperdown

14 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

This two-day course is an intensive introduction to the analysis of adult sleep studies and is designed for sleep technologists who have very little scoring experience.

Sleep Scoring Bootcamp

Orthodontics 1

Wednesday, 29 May 2024

Facilitator/s: Narayan Gandedkar

Sydney

24 CPD Hour/s
In person event

Description

This course will give you a clear understanding of normal growth and development of the dento-facial complex and you'll gain the skills to recognise developing malocclusion.

Orthodontics 1

Foundations of Directorship - Health, June

Tuesday, 18 June 2024

Facilitator/s: In collaboration with AICD

Sydney

In person event

Description

Sydney Health Executive Education in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) will be holding a 3-day Foundations of Directorship – Health course in June.

Foundations of Directorship - Health, June

Oral Health Essentials for Health Professionals

Wednesday, 10 July 2024

Facilitator/s: Associate Professor Munira Xaymardan

Sydney

10 CPD Hour/s
Online event

Description

Oral health is an important component of general health.  In this online course you will learn about common oral health issues encountered in clinical practice and consider the implications of poor oral health for a range of target groups. You will also explore a range of different oral health conditions, their recommended treatment options, and how to promote oral health more broadly. This course is open to all health professionals and is comprised of 4 independent blocks of study.

Oral Health Essentials for Health Professionals

Orthodontics 2

Friday, 19 July 2024

Facilitator/s: Narayan Gandedkar

Surry Hills

78 CPD Hour/s
Register your interest

Description

This course is designed to enable those who have completed Orthodontics 1 to further develop their understanding of orthodontic fundamentals and principles.

Orthodontics 2
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