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General Practice Conference and Exhibition (GPCE)

Event Type: Conference

The General Practice Conference and Exhibition (GPCE) event series is your one-stop-shop to learn, earn CPD points, discover the latest medical innovations and interact with peers and industry leaders – across one weekend.

Fully accredited by RACGP and ACRRM, the GPCE is Australia’s leading CPD event for primary care. With the final year in the 2017-2019 triennium approaching, it’s the perfect place to obtain your remaining CPD points.

Active Learning Modules (ALM) supported by DTA

The timely diagnosis and improved management of dementia

Presented over 4 sessions

Enhance your medical and clinical understanding of dementia, highlighting the major challenges in its assessment, treatment and ongoing management. The activity will also address the wider challenges around the care of aged people, including polypharmacy, social and legal issues and dealing with family and carers.
By attending this ALM you will be able to:
  • Earn 40 CPD points/6 CPD hours
  • Use the current clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of dementia in general practice (NH&MRC 2016)
  • Distinguish between dementia and other diseases, including delirium
  • Implement strategies for family and carers, in dealing with the impact of a patient living with dementia, utilizing local community support and services available
  • Improve Patient safety by implementing a system in the practice using screening tools for all patients over 75 years with memory problems, cognitive impairment and depression.
Event Schedule
14 Aug

Sydney

Location: Sydney Showground Address: 1 Showground Rd, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia
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  • 14th to the 16th August 2020
11 Sep

Brisbane

Location: Brisbane Convention Centre Address: Glenelg St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
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  • 11th to the 13th September 2020
13 Nov

Melbourne

Location: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Address: 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006, Australia
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  • 13th to 15th of November 2020

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