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Talking About Suicide in General Practice Training

Note: This Webinar is only for those who have connections (work, live and/or study) in the Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia regions.

Event Overview


The Talking About Suicide in General Practice workshop is an interactive session that aims to increase health professionals' skill and confidence in recognising presentations where suicide risk is high. You will learn how to undertake a detailed risk assessment, and provide effective management planning using a collaborative, team based approach. 

Speakers

Dr Guy Gordon and Dr Sarah Weaver.


Learning Outcomes

  • Undertake a suicide risk assessment effectively.

  • Develop a collaborative safety plan.

  • Provide effective management following a suicide attempt.


Accreditation

This training is accredited with 6 CPD Activity Points.

The correct RACGP number must be provided at the time of registration in order to receive a Certificate.

 

Registration and Webinar Link

Places are limited and registration is essential so please press the REGISTER NOW button to register your interest.

A confirmation of attendance text message will be sent two days before the Event that will require a response.  The link to join the session will be provided upon confirmation of your attendance.

 

Further details

For further information please contact Melissa Sibraa at melissa.sibraa@blackdog.org.au or Hui Yang at hui.yang@semphn.org.au.

SEMPHN events
Tuesday, 1 June 2021
18:00 - 21:00
Online Webinar
Allied Health Professional, Consultant, General Practitioner, Nurse - Practice Nurse, Nurse - Mental health, Nurse - Other, Practice Manager, Psychologist

 

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