Colorectal surgery: I am bleeding, do I have cancer?

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St Francis Winery

14 Bridge St

Reynella, SA 5161

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This session is for GPs working in the Southern Adelaide region

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The SALHN Surgical Community Collaborative.

Join the Flinders Medical Centre (FMC) Surgical Department in a series of education and networking evenings.

A forum for GPs to meet the surgical staff specialists, exchange knowledge and best practice, and allow surgical and GP specialists to collaborate on system-based process improvements.

Session one: Colorectal

Meet the entire Colorectal Unit Consultants with presentations from:

  • The Use of Faecal Immunochemical Testing in Colorectal Cancer Screening and Surveillance - Dr Paul Hollington Head Of Unit
  • Saving our Patients from the Public Hospital Referral Black Hole - Dr Philippa Rabbitt
  • Anal Annals- What to do and when to refer - Dr Dayan De Fontgalland
  • I'd rather die!- The ins and outs of having a stoma - Dr TC Sia

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Dinner included with no cost to attend.

Dinner and registrations from 6-6.30pm, with the workshop to commence promptly at 6.30 pm.

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St Francis Winery

14 Bridge St

Reynella, SA 5161

Australia

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The South Australian Postgraduate Medical Education Association (SAPMEA) is a charity and not for profit organisation with a principle objective to develop and implement continuing education programs for medical and health professionals across South Australia.

SAPMEA offers CPD accredited education programs through face-to-face workshops and seminars, as well as online learning.

SAPMEA invests all proceeds directly into medical education and has been doing so since 1897.

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