DiSS Breakfast Club
The Doctors in Secondary School (DiSS) Clinical Training and Support Program hosts a fortnightly Breakfast Club for health professionals. DiSS Breakfast Club is held in an ECHO format on Wednesdays fortnightly each term, 7.30 am-8.30 am (AEDT).
Project ECHO is a virtual knowledge-sharing model that expands the capacity of any professional. It’s about partnerships that bridge gaps to bring change. People worldwide use ECHO to break down silos, collaborate on solutions, and upskill workers.
The panel and participants learn and share together through facilitated discussions. Our inclusive and interactive approach informs every ECHO network and session. ECHO is an interactive conversational community of practice, links like-minded learners.
Breakfast Club can support GPs and nurses working in the DiSS program and aims to address barriers raised by GPs including limited training or resources, not feeling confident, or finding behavioural and health conditions difficult to manage without support.
Interested parties can register for the live events with this link: https://events.humanitix.com/diss-term-3-breakfast-club.
The Youth AOD Project ECHO sessions with St Vincent’s Hospital registration: https://events.humanitix.com/project-echo-aod-series.
View previous didactic recordings here: https://healthcareinsecondaryschools.com/resources/webinars/
Antimicrobial resistance is a global threat to public health: Strategy insights into future public health policy from the UK
Presenter: Alastair Hay, GP and Professor of Primary Care, University of Bristol.
In this webinar, Professor Alastair Hay discusses the history of antibiotics and rise of antimicrobial resistance, the policy response from the UK government from 1998 to date, and provides insight into his personal views on policy change for prevention and control, clinical and decision support, and research for the future.
We’ve Got a Question
We’ve Got a Question brings together cancer researchers, survivors and clinicians to talk about their personal cancer journeys and discuss cancer research in Australia.
The Maze Phase Podcast
The Maze Phase is a podcast for Primary health care professionals working with teens navigating life and the Australian Healthcare system. In this podcast, GP Dr Bianca Forrester interviews experts in the field of Adolescent Health and Social care to provide clinical updates, practice tips and best practice approaches to working with teens in Primary care. This series focuses on the school-aged teen and considers approaches to care in school-based settings.
Moth-style talk by A/Prof Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis
Associate Professor and GP, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, gave a Moth-style talk as part of the 2020 Melbourne Medical School Research Symposium. Her story is sure to inspire medical students and doctors to pursue research as part of their career and it provides poignant insight into the important role of general practitioners in the community