In conjunction with NT Cardiac Services, Heart Foundation NT and the NT RHD Control Program, RHDAustralia will host a two-day RHD Education Workshop focusing on the prevention, control and management of acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
This seminar is for health professionals, students and people who work in Indigenous communities.
The presentations will provide insights from a patient, clinical and scientific research perspective.
RHDAustralia will provide attendants with a certificate for 16 AHPRA Continuing Professional Development points.
The event times are as follows:
Thursday 20th October 8:00am - 4:30pm
Friday 21st Ocotober 8:00am - 4:30pm
This event will be fully catered.
Registration cost: $140.00 for 2 day event. Payment for individual days is not possible.
If your employer requires an invoice for you to register for this event please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
For day 2, you will need to specify which afternoon session you will be attending. They will be running at the same time so choose the session most appropriate to you.
Session 1 is designed for health staff managing day-to-day care for people with ARF & RHD and will cover the following:
- BPG administration techniques and pain minimisation - practical
- Diagnosis and clinical management of ARF
Session 2 is designed for health staff managing complex care for people with ARF & RHD and will cover the following:
- Complex case management
- Surgical advances, ECHO screening
- Diagnosis and treatment referrals
Refunds will not be available after 72 hours before the event.
Date and Time
Auditorium, John Mathews Building, Building 58
Menzies School of Health Research
Royal Darwin Hospital Campus, 105 Rocklands Drive
Tiwi, NT 0810