Heide Sessions

GP Education Session @ Heide 2020 – Saturday 18th July 2020
 
Endocrinology Melbourne is pleased to announce the 2020 Endocrinology Update Sessions.
 
These sessions are designed to provide GPs with the latest evidence in endocrinology to apply to clinical practice.
 
Heide Museum of Modern Art – Sidney Myer Education Centre – Bulleen
 
Registrations open in May/June 2020
 
Register interest: chari@endomelb.com.au
 

To register interest: chari@endomelb.com.au

Previous Heide Sessions

Dr Felicity Pyrlis Type 1 – Update
Dr Wei Min Ooi ‘De-mystifying the Indeterminate Thyroid Nodule’
Dr Sandra Neoh An update on pharmacotherapy for Type 2 diabetes
Dr Scott Baker Calcium/Parathyroid
Dr Brendan Nolan Pharmacotherapy for the treatment of obesity
Dr Brendan Nolan Care of the transgender patient
Fran Brown Diabetes Technology Update
Dr Yvonne Chow  Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Dr Karen Barclay New colonoscopy clinical care, screening and surveillance guidelines, and proposed MBS changes – implications for patients and GPs
Associate Professor Elif Ekinci Type 2 – Update
Associate Professor Elif EkinciNavigating therapeutic options in Type 2 diabetes
Dr Sandra NeohOsteoporosis
Dr Melissa LeeAn update in Type 1 Technology
Dr Yvonne ChowPolycystic Ovary Syndrome
Dr Scott Baker Men’s Health
Dr Caroline JungAdrenal Conditions
Dr Felicity PyrlisPituitary
Fran BrownDiabetes Technology Update
Dr Tracey LamThyroid nodules and Primary Hyperparathyroidism
Dr Sara BaqarWhen the diabetic patient chooses to fast

 

Associate Professor Elif Ekinci Type 2 Diabetes Update
Dr Felicity Pyrlis Type 1 Diabetes Update
Fran Brown Device Update
Dr Felicity Pyrlis Osteoporosis
Dr Scott Baker Men’s Health
Dr Caroline June Pituitary disease
Associate Professor Elif Ekinci Type 2 Diabetes Update
Fran Brown Device Update
Dr Sara Baqar Diabetes & Ramadan
Dr Felicity Pyrlis Osteoporosis
Associate Professor Elif Ekinci What next after Metformin in Type 2
Dr Felicity Pyrlis  Update on Type 1 Diabetes
Dr Scott Baker Men’s Health
Dr Sandra Neoh Osteoporosis
Dr Santhi Chalasani Thyroid
Associate Professor Elif Ekinci What next after Metformin in Type 2
Dr Felicity Pyrlis Update on Type 1 Diabetes
Dr Santhi Chalasani Thyroid
Dr Sandra Neoh Osteoporosis
Dr Sara Baqar Lipid Updates

GP Education Sessions

Endocrinology Melbourne can provide education sessions at your clinic throughout the year.  These sessions are designed to provide GPs with the latest evidence in endocrinology to apply to clinical practice.

Sessions can be held at your practice during a lunch period or early evening and will run for approximately 45-60 minutes.  Light refreshments will be provided by Endocrinology Melbourne.

(Specialist attending– subject to availability)

For further information contact Chari Saldana – Practice Manager via email: chari@endomelb.com.au

Diabetes Academy

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OVERVIEW

Diabetes management is rapidly evolving. Recent large randomised controlled cardiovascular outcome trials have provided the evidence for the introduction of a variety of new classes of medications available for use for people with type 2 diabetes. Advances in technology including the use of continuous glucose monitoring devices and insulin pumps are improving outcomes for people with type 1 diabetes.

This e-learning course provides an evidence-based update for clinicians on the novel medications and emerging technologies available to improve outcomes in people with diabetes. Clinical case studies using video vignettes and multiple-choice questions are designed to optimise comprehension and learning.

TESTIMONIAL

As a GP who is interested in diabetes care, I highly recommend this course. I have taken many courses in diabetes management and I should say this course was something else. It is interactive, covers a wide range of topics in diabetes management and contains videos of real patient examination as well as patient education. The videos make you feel you are visiting patients beside an expert endocrinologist and what can be greater than that?!

Another positive point of the course is that its material was presented according to the evidence-based medicine approach. Last but not least, there are more than 20 case studies in the final assessment and they are very helpful in practicing what has been taught through the course. GREAT!

  – GP student