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165050 - Masada and The Avenue: Suturing for GPs - it’s a cinch

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An opportunity for GPs and their colleagues to practice suturing techniques and discuss skin cancer management

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
  • Utilise the most appropriate suturing techniques, instruments and materials in the management of skin lesions / wound closure
  • Practice basic skin closure techniques
  • Discuss differing scar outcomes associated with different treatment modalities
  • Delivery
    Title
    165050 - Masada and The Avenue: Suturing for GPs - it’s a cinch
    Location
    Provider Type
    Education Provider
    Duration
    2 hours
    Start Date
    07-Aug-2019
    CPD
    2 hours
    Price
    0.00
    Location
    Online
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