Broken Hill - Detecting and Managing Chronic Kidney Disease
Date: 11-02-2020 18:00:00
|When||6pm Tuesday 11th February 2020|
|Where||Broken Hill Musician's Club, 276 Crystal Street|
Kidney Health Australia's Primary Care Education Program, in partnership with Far West Local Health District and Western NSW Primary Health Network, is please to present an interactive case study-based workshop:
"Detecting and Managing Chronic Kidney Disease".
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) presents a significant health problem in Australia. One in three Australian adults is at increased risk of developing CKD due to identified risk factors including age, high blood pressure and diabetes. A person can lose up to 90% of their kidney function before experiencing any symptoms. The usual setting for initial assessment and diagnosis of CKD is in general practice. Providing education on detection and management of CKD to Primary Health Care professionals will improve outcomes for individuals living with CKD and reduce the burden of CKD in the community.
Dr Samantha Bateman is a Nephrologist and General Physician with the Central and Northern Area Renal and Transplant Service at The Royal Adelaide Hospital, she has a special interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, and in achieving best outcomes for all people, particularly those living in rural and remote communities.
- Describe the elements of the assessment for Chronic Kidney Disease (Kidney Health Check)
- Outline the recommendations for a kidney health check
- Define the treatment options to delay progression of kidney disease
- This workshop is developed and endorsed by the Primary Care Education Advisory Committee for KHA
- RACGP and ACRRM Accreditation will be applied for and is pending
RSVP: Friday 7th February 2020
Online Registration – registration for GPs, Registrars and Medical Students ONLY
t 0437 692 614
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