Online Education Library

We know you’re busy and have heard the call for accredited, and vocational, online learning content that can be accessed on the go at a time that suits you. Our library of pre-recorded webinars can be viewed and self-reported by you as CPD education – 1 point per half hour. Here’s how to self-report CPD with RACGP.

Little ears + airways (November 2021)

An event to expand the GP’s understanding of common paediatric conditions involving the ears, nose and throat including recurring infections, obstructed airways and suspected hearing loss. Our specialists will review patient presentations to watch and the interval at which specialist or emergency review is recommended.

  • Recurring throat infections, obstructed airways, sleep apnoea (Dr David Lowinger, Specialist ENT Surgeon)
  • Recurring ear infections, hearing loss, speech delay (Dr Phillip Chang, ENT Surgeon)

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Back pain: When to watch, wait and refer (October 2021)

  • Physical therapy (Elisha Renton, Senior Physiotherapist)
  • Sciatica (Dr Christopher Huang, Neurosurgeon)
  • Lumbar spinal stenosis (Dr Ralph Mobbs, Spinal Neurosurgeon)

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Gynae 101: Heavy menstrual bleeding and cervical screening (September 2021)

This free, interactive session looks at the management of heavy menstrual bleeding, focussing on initial assessment and understanding strategies that can be used in general practice. It also addresses the Cervical Screening Test and all that we have learned since it replaced the Pap Smear over 3 years ago.

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding (Dr Juman Farjo, Gynaecologist, Laparoscopic/Robotic Surgeon and Ultrasound Specialist)
  • Cervical screening (Dr Nicole Stamatopoulos, Obstetrician and General Gynaecologist)

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Neurological pain (August 2021)

Patient presentations of neurological pain can indicate a myriad of conditions, some of which require urgent medical attention. In this update, our specialists consider the red flags associated with cervical and cranial pain symptoms, as well as the process and benefits of neurological rehabilitation.   

  • Cervical pain (Dr Peter Wilson, Neurosurgeon)
  • Cranial headache (Dr Raj Reddy, Neurosurgeon)
  • Neurological rehabilitation (Dr Pooja Arora, Rehabilitation and Spinal Medicine)

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Managing chronic pain in general practice (July 2021)
Over 3 million Australians experienced chronic pain in 2020. Nearly half of them also lived with poor mental health. This session looks at two prevalent presentations of chronic pain, and the treatment alternatives to medication, providing GPs with specialist insight to implement in their practice.

  • Pelvic pain (Dr Jason Chow, Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Interventional Pain Specialist)
  • Non-pharmacological management of chronic pain (Dr James Yu, Interventional Pain Specialist)
  • Demystifying migraine (Dr Ron Granot, Neurologist)

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Men's Health (June 2021)

In this session, POWPH specialists approach the issue of sexual dysfunction in the male population. From the physiological to the psychological, GPs will extend their understanding of erectile dysfunction, its impacts, causation, and treatment efficacy.  

  • Dr Tom Jarvis - Urological Surgeon
    Erectile dysfunction: Hard made easy 
  • Dr Richard Savdie - Urological Surgeon
    Peyronie's disease - Staying ahead of the curve 
  • Dr Michael Lowy, Men’s Health Physician
    The psychological aspects of sexual dysfunction

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Gut Health (May 2021)

Our POWPH experts look at gut health through the lens of prevention and early intervention strategies for key benign and malignant conditions. This session is designed to refresh the GP’s knowledge of the intestinal biome and its critical link to immunity. 

  • Dr Arthur Kaffes-  Gastroenterologist  
    Iron deficiency 
  • Dr Penelope De Lacavalerie - Colorectal & General Surgeon 
    The bottom line: an update on anal dysplasia and Cancer
  • Prof Stephen Riordon - Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist
    Intestinal gut biome and other developments in clinical practice 

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Bone + Joint Health (April 2021)

Join the leaders in bone and joint health for a session designed to demystify the ‘how’ and the ‘when’ to escalate patient presentations. GPs receive the latest indications for joint replacement, diagnostic support for arthritis, and musculoskeletal imaging insights to enhance primary care. 

  • Dr Michael Solomon - Orthopaedic Surgeon 
    Joint replacement in 2021 - current evidence as to what is best and when to have a hip or knee replacement 
  • Dr Raj Anand - Consultant Physician in General Medicine, Rheumatology & Pain Medicine 
    Inflammatory arthritis - diagnostic tips and pitfalls 
  • Dr Sarah Morris - Radiologist  
    Approach to imaging lower limbs 

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Cardiac care in the COVID era (March 2021)

  • Dr Sze-Yuan Ooi – Procedural Cardiologist 
    TeleClinical care - A new model of care for the post-COVID era
  • Dr Hugh Wolfenden – Cardiothoracic Surgeron 
    Minimal access cardiac surgery – More than one way to fix the aortic valve and coronary artery
  • Penny Hough – Exercise Physiologist  
    Rehab guidelines for GPs

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Plastics: Quality of care, quality of life (November 2020)

  • Cosmetic surgery: Safeguarding your patients 
    Dr Jeremy Hunt, Plastic Surgeon 
  • Breast reconstruction 
    Dr Garry Buckland, Plastic Surgeon 

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Getting ahead: Advancements in ENT care (October 2020)

  • Paediatric snoring: To PSG or not to PSG?
    Dr Marlene Soma, Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon 
  • Hearing loss in adults and children 
    A/Prof David Lowinger, Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon 
  • The impact of HPV on oral health 
    Dr Julia Crawford, Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon 

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Women’s health: The bottom line of pelvic disease (September 2020)

Session 1: Pelvic pain conditions

  • Endometriosis
    Dr Haryun Won, Gynaecologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon
  • Pelvic pain: It’s not all endo
    Dr Jason Chow, Gynaecologist, Obstetrician, Pain Medicine Physician and Laparoscopic Surgeon

Session 2: Gynaecological cancer

  • Endometrial and ovarian cancers
    A/Prof Rhonda Farrell, Gynaecological Oncologist and Advanced Laparoscopic Pelvic Surgeon
  • Quality of life and the long term impact of gynaecological cancer
    Dr Vivek Arora, Gynaecological Oncologist

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Pain in the back: Conservative vs. surgical options (August 2020)

  • Pain assessment, imaging and pharmacological treatment options
    Dr Raj Anand, Consultant Physician in General Medicine, Rheumatology and Pain Medicine
  • Understanding pain and conservative treatments
    Dr Sachin Shetty, Rehabilitation, Spinal Medicine and Interventional Pain Specialist
  • Surgery and tips for post-op care
    A/Prof Ralph Mobbs, Spinal Neurosurgeon

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Obesity: The Other Pandemic (July 2020)

  • Managing obesity-related chronic disease: Is surgery cheating?
    Dr Robert Gandy, Upper GI Surgeon
  • Surgical options and outcomes
    Dr David Joseph, Bariatric Surgeon
  • Helping GPs troubleshoot weight-regain and other issues
    Dr David Links, Bariatric, Upper GI and General Surgeon

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A Few Good Men (Men’s Health) (June 2020)

  • Preventing urological disease
    Dr Andrew Richards, Urologist
  • Men’s hands: Traumatic stuff
    Dr Sean Nicklin, Plastic Surgeon
  • Atrial Fibrillation and Aortic Stenosis: The diseases of ageing
    Dr Hugh Wolfenden, Cardiothoracic Surgeon

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Complex Obstetrics (May 2020)

  • Diabetes in pregnancy: Before,during and after in primary care
    Dr Wendy Hawke, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
  • Advanced maternal age in pregnancy 
    Dr Rahul Sen, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
  • Donor conception
    Dr Justin Ticker, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

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Colorectal Update (February 2020)

  • Rectal bleeding and haemorrhoids: Causes of bleeding, banding and the rationale for surgical intervention
    A/Prof Graham Newstead, Colorectal Surgeon
  • New MBS colonoscopy items: What, why and how to manage patient risk
    A/Prof Graham Newstead, Colorectal Surgeon
  • Robotic colon and rectal surgery: Pros and con
    Dr Shing Wong, Colorectal Surgeon

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