Online module

Recognising Dementia in General Practice

40 mins

1 week

Cost free

Certificate of Completion

In this module strategies to recognise and manage dementia in General Practice will be examined.

Suitable for people working in:

Primary Care

This module is part of the course:

Dementia in general practice

Recognising Dementia in General Practice

Recognising Dementia in General Practice


Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module you should be able to:

  • Argue that dementia is a significant 21st century health issue.
  • Identify the types of dementia commonly seen in General Practice.
  • Prioritise the importance of a timely dementia diagnosis in primary care.
  • Recognise the barriers to the diagnosis of Dementia in General practice.
  • Identify the medical and social impact of dementia on the individual, family and broader community.

Continuing Professional Education

A completion certificate for CPD credit is awarded upon successful completion of this module.

Acknowledgements

This eLearning course was developed for DTA by the team led by the University of Tasmania.

Specific credits:

  • Professor Andrew Robinson
  • Professor Dimity Pond
  • Dr Marita Long
  • Dr Hilton Koppe
  • Dr Margaret Winbolt
  • Helen Douglas

The contributions of various General Practitioners, a neuroscientist, a psychiatric geriatrician, nursing professional and carers who have shared their knowledge, experience and insights in dementia research, education and care are acknowledged and appreciated.

Dementia Training Australia is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Dementia and Aged Care Services Fund.


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Course Coordinator

Course Coordinator

Margaret Winbolt

La Trobe University

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