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About this event

This webinar is presented as part of the Women’s Health Day series: a collaboration between Cancer Council WA, King Edward Memorial Hospital, BreastScreen WA, and Sexual Health Quarters.

Ovarian cancer is the commonest gynaecological malignancy in women in Australia, with a five year survival rate of 43%. Women experiencing gynaecological conditions will commonly present to general practice. At this webinar, attendees will learn about the symptoms with clinical significance, how to initiate timely and appropriate investigation or referral of patients in whom they suspect cancer, and the appropriate follow-up of survivors of gynaecological cancer.

On the morning of Tuesday 21 February an email will be sent to registered attendees which will contain a link to join the webinar. You will be able to join the webinar by clicking the link.

7.00pm – Welcome and introductions
7.02pm – Presentation
7.45pm – Questions & discussion
8.00pm – Webinar close

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify clinical feature(s) requiring further investigation for ovarian cancer
  • Recall gynaecological cancer services and referral pathways in Western Australia
  • Describe the role of GPs in the ongoing care of survivors of gynaecological cancer

This activity is pending accreditation under ACRRM PDP, and the RACGP CPD Program – Activity ID: 393776

For more information, please contact: GP@cancerwa.asn.au