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CESPHN offers a comprehensive education program for GPs, practice nurses, practice staff and allied health professionals.
Our CPD events are advertised on our website as well as through our weekly CPD blast email.
To register to attend a CPD event follow the links on our website. If you are a member of a GP or allied health network you are eligible to attend our CPD events free of charge. You can also view previous webinars and events via our YouTube channel.
We fund Dementia Australia to deliver a virtual classroom supporting residential aged care facility staff to better understand the emotional and mental health issues, mental illness, trauma, cognitive impairment, dementia, delirium and depression their residents may be experiencing and provide them with strategies to support their residents. Dementia Australia – 9805 0100
We provide regular Cultural Awareness Training CPD events for general practitioners, practice nurses, practice staff and allied health professionals. Please view our events page for a list of upcoming training sessions.
Peer Group Learning involves a group of up to twelve GPs or allied health professionals meeting on a regular basis for a self-directed education program where they invite speakers such as local specialists to discuss topics of interest to them. These self-directed sessions offer the opportunity to network with other local health professionals. We provide support in establishing groups and reporting this activity to the RACGP. To register your interest in Peer Group Learning please email email@example.com.
Our Clinical Leaders Network is comprised of GPs, allied health professionals and nurses interested in leading system change in primary care. Chaired by Caringbah GP, Dr Martina Gleeson, the group provides networking and professional development opportunities for its members to support their work as primary care advocates. The group meets quarterly. For more information please contact Rory Burns firstname.lastname@example.org