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164421 - Pindara: Doctors' Bag - dermatology, ophthalmology and gastroenterology

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An opportunity for GPs and their colleagues to discuss topics in dermatology, opthalmology and gastroenterology and explore ways of improving the quality of patient care.

Relevance to General Practice

GPs are generally the first port of call in the Australian healthcare system. 

Problem/s managed by GPs may (at times) be limited to the level of a presenting symptom. At each patient encounter, up to four problems could be recorded by the GP. The range of problems managed at the encounter often crosses multiple body systems and may include undiagnosed symptoms, psychosocial problems or chronic disease, which makes the designation of a principal diagnosis difficult. 

General Practice Activity in Australia, 2013-2014, Family Medical Research Centre, General Practice Series, No. 36, BEACH.

Learning outcomes
  • Manage chronic and acute skin conditions
  • Assess a red eye and vison changes in primary care and when to refer to secondary care
  • Implement a care path for the investigation and management of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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    164421 - Pindara: Doctors' Bag - dermatology, ophthalmology and gastroenterology
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