CPD Dinner Forum in Alice Springs with Dr Geoff Thompson
Assessing and Managing Common Musculoskeletal Problems in Primary Clinical Practice: Part One – Knee and Shoulder Part One.
Dr Geoff Thompson is a very experienced Sports and Exercise Physician. His professional interests are very broad, having treated all sports for many years both in coverage, treatment and prevention. Prevention programs are one of his specialties in active people or those wishing to be active.
Geoff also specialises in chronic illness prevention and treatment through the use of exercise as medicine and can advise on highly complex long term musculoskeletal and cardiovascular medical issues.
Geoff has been practising in the NT for 53 years, and visiting Alice Springs on a regular basis for 36 years. For the last 15 years he has been the Senior Sports Physician for Australian Paralympic Team.
Participants will enhance their knowledge of:
- The Assessment and Management of Insomnia
- The national resources available for best practice for managing sleep disorders
Northern Territory HealthPathways offer clinicians clear guidance for assessing and managing particular symptoms or conditions during the point of care. Pathways include information for referrers and requests to services in the local health system.
For supplementary learnings to this event, NT HealthPathways are pleased to share these(*non-localised) musculoskeletal pathways:
Contact the team today on firstname.lastname@example.org for your logon.
*NB: Not all pathways on the HealthPathways site have been localised. Unlocalised pathways (highlighted with a banner) contain relevant clinical content, however, local services are defaulted to New Zealand.
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CPD: 1 hour*
*As a general guide, one hour of active learning equates to one hour of CPD. It is the responsibility of the individual student to calculate how many hours of active learning have been completed. The hours of active learning estimated above should act as a guide to CPD hours.