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Apr

22

2021

Chronic Pain Management – Dinner, Networking & Education

Don’t miss out! There’s still time to RSVP for the Coffs Harbour and Bellingen Clinical Society dinner. Explore tools and resources, the use of multidisciplinary services and more. Starts 6pm Thursday 29 April.

Apr

22

2021

It Takes a Society to Raise a Mentally Healthy Adolescent

Don’t miss out! There’s still time to RSVP for the Clarence Valley Clinical Society dinner and education event, which will explore collaborative practice in adolescent mental health. Starts 6pm at [email protected] Grafton.

Apr

22

2021

Supporting People After Natural Disasters

GPs are often the first point of contact for people experiencing physical or emotional distress following a disaster.

Apr

21

2021

Supporting General Practice to Care for Adults with Mild COVID-19

The Management of Adults with Mild COVID-19 Illness: GP Response Framework aims to support general practices and Aboriginal medical services to care for patients with mild COVID-19 via telemonitoring.

Apr

20

2021

HealthPathways Update – April 2021

New HealthPathways have been published, while others have been reviewed and updated.

Apr

15

2021

Navigating the NDIS

Don't miss out! There's still time to RSVP for this free dinner and education event being hosted by the Ballina & Byron Clinical Society. Starts 6pm Thu 22 April, Lennox Head.

Apr

15

2021

Can Exercise and Diet Prevent or Reverse Chronic Diseases?

Don't miss out! There's still time to RSVP for this free dinner and education event being hosted by the Tweed Valley Clinical Society. Starts 6pm Tue 20 April, Kingscliff.

Apr

15

2021

Resilient Practice — Why Clinician Wellbeing is Important

Don't miss out! There's still time to RSVP for this free dinner and education event being hosted by the Lismore, Casino and Kyogle Clinical Society. Starts 6pm Wed 21 April, Goonellabah.

Apr

15

2021

New Allied Health MBS Items for RACFs

The Better Access initiative has expanded, plus new mental and allied health MBS items are available to support residential aged care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apr

15

2021

Supporting Our Communities: A Healthy Win for Eastern Dorrigo Residents

This week’s opening of the Ulong Health Hub has been a long time coming.

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