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Highlights

  • Recognising the seriously ill child

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  • Antenatal and postnatal shared care

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  • Addressing doctors' health in general practice

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  • Exam Support Program

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Recognising the seriously ill child

This module is divided into 12 short (30 minute) activities that cover common reasons parents bring their children to the GP: fever, breathing problems, rash, dehydration and abdominal pain. Each activity builds upon the previous one.

Antenatal and postnatal shared care active learning module (ALM)

This ALM is designed to assist general practitioners (GPs) in their role as members of a shared care team providing high quality care to women in the perinatal period. It covers a range of topics and challenges related to perinatal care in general practice

Addressing doctors' health in general practice

This activity focuses on the significant risk for stress, burnout and suicide faced by general practitioners (GPs), highlights the warning signs of distress and burn out and discusses the principles of self-care, care of colleagues, effective preventive strategies and available support services to GPs.

Exam Support Program

These three activities have been designed for those who are preparing for their Fellowship exams.

Ongoing series

  • Australian Journal of General Practice

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Australian Journal of General Practice

Test your medical knowledge and skills by completing AJGP's Clinical Challenge. Each month, we present multiple choice questions based on Focus articles in each issue of AJGP, and provide you with a chance to earn QI&CPD points.

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A peer-reviewed, Quality Improvement and Continuing Professional Development (QI&CPD) activity written by expert clinicians, each unit includes four to six clinical cases with answers, followed by 10 multiple choice questions (MCQs), as well as references and resources.