Hunters Hill Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

GP Education

Ramsay has been a major provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) since 2000, offering education to general practitioners and the wider medical community across a variety of medical and surgical specialties. These activities are delivered in partnership with our specialists and other health care professionals as interactive, practical sessions with a focus on innovation, hands-on involvement, and practical tips.

CPD requirements set by the Medical Board of Australia require all medical professionals to have a CPD home and undertake 50 hours of CPD each year. Comprising of:

  • 12.5 hours Educational Activities (EA)
  • 25 hours combined Reviewing Performance (RP) and Measuring Outcomes (MO), with a minimum of 5 hours for each
  • 12.5 hours free choice across any 3 of the listed categories.

In addition to the RACGP requires Basic Life Support to be completed every 3 years.

RACGP CPD

 

Kneed to know

Bone and soft tissue tumours, joint replacements, robotic technology, computer navigation

Learning outcomes:

  • Outline the GP management of soft tissue and bone tumours. 
  • Describe the complications and side effects of joint replacement surgery. 
  • Identify the role of technology such as robotics and computer navigation in orthopaedic surgery.

Presenters

DR RICHARD BOYLE - Orthopaedic Surgery
Dr MAURICE GUZMAN - Orthopaedic Surgery

When 24 Jul 2024 06:30 PM
Where Education Centre
North Shore Private Hospital
Westbourne Avenue
St Leonards
NSW
2065
RSVP 04 Jul 2024
1975
Kneed to know
Education Centre
North Shore Private Hospital
Westbourne Avenue, St Leonards, NSW, 2065
24 Jul 2024 06:30 PM
23
Wendy Bierer
biererw@ramsayhealth.com.au
False
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CPD Hours: 1 EA 1 RP


Incontinence Pathways

This session was recorded from a live GP education session in March 2024.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Outline the diagnosis and management of urinary incontinence
  • Describe conservative and surgical management of faecal incontinence
  • Identify the role of physiotherapy in both faecal and urinary incontinence

Presenters

DR AMANDA CHUNG - Urology
Dr ADA NG - General Surgery

When Available Anytime
Where Always on video recording
RSVP 20 May 2025
1930
Incontinence Pathways
Always on video recording
Available Anytime
89
Wendy Bierer
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False
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CPD Hours: 2 EA


All About Joints

This session was recorded from a live Zoom in November 2023.

Learning outcomes:

• Identify the benefits associated with robotic TKR surgery
• Describe the initial management of common shoulder injuries in general practice
• Outline how to assess / manage ‘baby’ hip dysplasia
• Describe management options for someone with knee pain

Presenters

DR JONATHAN NEGUS - Orthopaedic Surgery
DR DONALD CAWTHORNE - Orthopaedic Surgery
DR SEAN WILLIAMS - Orthopaedic Surgery
DR MUN KIN CHAN - Orthopaedic Surgery

When Available Anytime
Where Always on video recording
RSVP 01 Dec 2024
1877
All About Joints
Always on video recording
Available Anytime
90
Wendy Bierer
biererw@ramsayhealth.com.au
False
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CPD Hours: 2 EA hours


Updates in Men's Health

This activity can be undertaken at any time.

This session was recorded from a live session in June 2023.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Identify / screen men at risk of CV disease 
  • Outline current management options for LUTS 
  • Describe the role of testosterone replacement therapy in men with prostate cancer

Presenters

DR MATTHEW WINTER - Urology
DR STEPHEN VERNON - Cardiology
DR DAVID HABASHY - Urology

When Available Anytime
Where Always On Video
recording
RSVP 22 Jul 2024
1692
Updates in Men's Health
Always On Video, recording
Available Anytime
86
Wendy Bierer
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False
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CPD Hours: 2 Educational Activity Hours


Womens health series 2

This activity can be undertaken at any time.

This session was recorded at a live session in July 2023.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Describe clinical presentation and treatment options for someone with pelvic venous congestion syndrome.
  • Identify the safe use of medicines in early pregnancy.
  • Outline the management of PCOS in general practice.

Presenters

DR MAYO THEIVENDRAN - Vascular Surgery
DR UJWALA PARASHAR - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
DR HUGH PORTER - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
ASSOC PROF KATHERINE TONKS - Endocrinology

When Available Anytime
Where Always On video recording
RSVP 22 Aug 2024
1713
Womens health series 2
Always On video recording
Available Anytime
140
Wendy Bierer
biererw@ramsayhealth.com.au
False
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CPD Hours: EA 2


It's Chronic

This activity can be undertaken at any time.

Recorded from a live session in August 2023.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Describe the GP’s role in the management of chronic kidney disease
  • Identify how to assess and manage someone with illness anxiety disorder
  • Outline a preconception discussion with a woman who has IBD – risks, exacerbation, drugs, management

Presenters

DR DANIEL O'HARA - Renal Medicine
DR CHRIS KIELY - Gastroenterology

When Available Anytime
Where Always On
video recording
RSVP 21 Sep 2024
1740
It's Chronic
Always On, video recording
Available Anytime
88
Wendy Bierer
biererw@ramsayhealth.com.au
False
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CPD Hours: EA 2