If you’re a health professional interested in Rheumatology practice, education and/or research, you won’t want to miss this exciting opportunity to network and collaborate with your colleagues from around Australia and overseas at this one day workshop hosted by the RHP. The diverse program of evidence-based, informative sessions will cover a range of topics including innovation in clinical practice, the impacts of chronic disease, transition, and multi-cultural treatment approaches to name just a few. Enhance your expertise as you learn practical tips from our team of multi-disciplinary experts to deliver consistent care and better outcomes for patients.
You are invited to submit a clinical innovative idea you’ve implemented in your practice for a short presentation at the workshop. Submit a brief overview to [email protected] by 1st March 2019.
You are also invited to join your colleagues at a networking Dinner on Tuesday 9 April – at The Plough Inn, South Bank for 7pm. Please register your interest during your congress registration process or RSVP [email protected]
|Monday 8 April 2019|
|1020-1030||Introduction and Welcome||Linda Bradbury, RHP Executive Committee|
|1030-1100||Current realities with medicinal cannabis||Kyle Gardiner, Clinical Pharmacist|
|1100-1130||What has outer space research got to do with managing low back pain?||Prof Julie Hides, Physiotherapist|
|1130-1230||Innovative ideas in clinical practice*||Coordinator: Kelly Hollis|
|1300-1310||Acknowledgement of association with ARA||Linda Bradbury, RHP Executive Committee|
|1310-1330||Facilitated session of ideas||Facilitator TBC|
|1330-1400||Navigating the impact of chronic disease||Greg Parrot, Nurse Navigator|
|1400-1430||Multicultural approaches||Presenter TBC|
|1430-1500||Traditional grief vs. chronic sorrow||Jaime O’Donovan, Social Worker|
|1515-1600||Transitional Care – Overcoming the Challenges||Prof Helen Foster, Paediatric Rheumatologist|