24 Nov 2018
08:30 AM - 01:30 PM
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Event location
The Royal Children's Hospital
50 Flemington Road
Available to
Practice Nurses
General Practitioners
Allied Health Practitioners
Professional development points
The Royal Children’s Hospital and Royal Women’s Hospital GP Liaison, in collaboration with the North Western Melbourne Melbourne Primary Health Network , are hosting a seminar for community health care providers, including GPs, shared maternity care affiliates, community nurses and midwives.
Presentations will include vascular birthmarks and neonatal rashes, genetic testing and screening, fetal movements and growth restriction, and IVF / assisted reproduction, with updates on cervical screening and the state-wide paediatric HealthPathways project.

Learning outcomes

  • Outline the diagnosis and management options available for vascular birthmarks and neonatal rashes including appropriate timing of referral
  • Explain pre-test information for population carrier screening in relation to pregnancy and when a referral to genetic services is required
  • Identify and refer women with decreased foetal movement and small or large for gestational age foetus on time to the specialist
  • Implement cervical cancer screening recommendations, including tests and management of clinician‑collected sample test results 
  • Explain current assisted reproductive technology including referrals and counselling for patients

Date: Saturday 24 November 2018

Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm (registration 08:30am)

Venue: The Royal Children’s Hospital, Ella Latham Lecture Theatre

Registration fee: $48

(Please note no refunds provided after Friday 16 November 2018)