Zen and the art of managing multimorbidity

Date: Tuesday, 21st March 2017 - Tuesday, 21st March 2017
Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Venue:

Webinar

Presenter: ACRRM - Dr Tony Lembke, Dr Dale Ford and Dr Ewen McPhee and Ros Rolleston

Register here for ACRRM’s webinar: Zen and the art of managing multimorbidity:

Top tips that make it easier to deliver high quality care.Top tips that make it easier to deliver high quality care

 Do you find that more and more of your patients have more and more long-term conditions?

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Tuesday

21 March 2017

8pm - 9pm

TAS, NSW, VIC, ACT

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Tuesday

21 March 2017

7:30pm - 8:30pm

SA

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Tuesday

21 March 2017

7pm - 8pm

QLD

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Tuesday

21 March 2017

6:30pm - 7:30pm

NT

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Tuesday

21 March 2017

5pm - 6pm

WA

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Managing complexity in general practice is tricky.  

How can we make it easier to deliver high quality care to our patients who need it most? 

In this webinar, rural GPs and general practice nurses share the top tips that they have learnt, and the resources that they have discovered over many years. 

Presented by Fellows Dr Tony Lembke, Dr Dale Ford and Dr Ewen McPhee, and general practice nurse Ros Rolleston, the focus is on the systematic management of multimorbidity in rural and remote settings, using new models of care supported by digital health and continuous quality improvement methodology.

 All members of your practice team are welcome to participate. GPs, practice nurses, practice managers, physician assistants and PHN staff providing ground support are also welcome to attend.

Attendees can receive one core point as part of your PDP.

Interested in free access to the online education module that supports this series of webinars? 

Register for the module (NOT THE WEBINAR) here or contact the eHealth team eHealth@acrrm.org.au

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