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Date Activity and topic Subject matter experts 
1 Jan – 31 Dec 2022 Placement dates now available –Supervised Clinical Attachment at Fiona Stanley Hospital –  Head and Neck Cancer 

40 RACGP CPD points available 

Dr Daren Gibson, Dr Stephanie Flukes

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Cancer specific resources and links for general practice

Resources relevant to general practice on a range of cancer topics and tumour types are available to view here.

Online Learning: Talking to patients about health and weight

Talking to patients about health and weight is an online learning module designed to support primary care health professionals engage in conversations about health and weight with patients as part of routine care. This education module is a CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD Program. View more information.

Registration fee: $45

Online Learning: National Bowel Cancer Screening for Practice Nurses

Cancer Council WA has one online National Bowel Cancer Screening learning modules designed to increase Practice Nurse’s knowledge of bowel cancer and the National Bowel Cancer Screening program. CPD points are available upon completion of the module. View more information.

Online Learning: Occupational and environmental cancers

The occupational and environmental cancer GP e-learning module is a self-paced learning activity and will help increase GPs knowledge regarding workplace carcinogens and cancer in the Australian context. View more information

Online Learning: Make Smoking History – Brief advice training

This online training is designed to support smoking cessation brief advice in general practice. GPs and nurse practitioners will be introduced to a 3-step brief advice model for providing smoking cessation support to patients. View more information.

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