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Practical Skills in Developmental-Behavioural Paediatrics

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Ella Latham Auditorium, Ground Floor West Building

The Royal Children's Hospital

50 Flemington Road

Parkville, VIC 3052

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The 23rd Annual Professional Development Program for Community Paediatricians provides practical information about developmental-behavioural paediatrics in an engaging format to community paediatricians.

The two-day program consists of four workshop-style sessions. Attendees will participate in interactive sessions, grounded with clinical cases, and facilitated by experts in the field of developmental paediatrics, psychiatry and mental health.


Session 1: Friday 12 October AM
Fearless Tearless Transition for young people with ASD/ID
  • A/Prof. Lionel Lubitz, Paediatrician RCH
  • Dr. Jenny Harrison, Psychiatrist, Alfred CYMHS
  • Dr. Rachel Crossley, Clinical Psychologist, Alfred CYMHS
  • Ms. Evelyn Culnane, Manager, Transition Support Service RCH


Session 2 - Friday 12 October PM
Solo practice in community paediatrics: tools for the coal face
  • Dr. Katie Heathershaw, Paediatrician, The Melbourne Children’s Clinic
  • Dr. Anita D’Aprano, Paediatrician, Banyule Community Health Centre
  • Dr. Karina Chaves, Paediatrician, Albury Wodonga Health
  • Dr. Donovan Moncur, Psychiatrist, Alfred CYMHS


Session 3 - Saturday 13 October AM
Teen Mental Health: working with mental health professionals to optimise outcomes for vulnerable young people.
  • Dr. Danny Cheah, Psychiatrist, Alfred CYMHS
  • Dr. Jenny Proimos, Paediatrician, Adolescent Medicine RCH


Session 4 - Saturday 13 October PM
Reducing low value care in community paediatrics: a focus on Irritable Infants, intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Investigating Developmental Disorders
  • Prof. Harriet Hiscock, Head, Health Services Research RCH
  • Prof. Katrina Williams, Head, Neurodevelopment and Disability RCH
  • Prof. David Amor, Geneticist and Professor of Developmental Medicine RCH


To keep with a workshop style program, registration numbers are limited. To avoid disappointment please register prior to organising your travel arrangements and accommodation.

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Ella Latham Auditorium, Ground Floor West Building

The Royal Children's Hospital

50 Flemington Road

Parkville, VIC 3052

Australia

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