The General Practice Conference & Exhibition (GPCE)

This year’s GPCE Conference has four major themes and one of them is about turning the stethoscope around to you! Sessions will focus on personal health and wellbeing, work-life balance, time management, communication skills and more.

The GPCE 2019 event series is fully accredited by RACGP and ACRRM.

To save 25% on your conference pass, visit gpce.com.au and use the code RDNSYD25 to claim discount.

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Podcast: Hopelessness is the most infectious disease

MJA InSight has brought together its top 10 articles for 2018 and doctors’ health, with mental health a particularly strong theme. Explore speaking out, seeking help and getting treatment from a personal perspective as individuals share their stories.

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Big year for doctors’ mental health

MJA InSight has brought together its top 10 articles for 2018 and doctors’ health, with mental health a particularly strong theme. Explore speaking out, seeking help and getting treatment from a personal perspective as individuals share their stories.

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The Black Dog Institute Psychological Toolkit

The Psychological Toolkit is a collection of practical resources available for health professionals to assist in the management of mental illnesses in their clinical work. The material includes questionnaires to assist health professionals in the assessment of depression, charts to assist with treatment protocols, tools for self-monitoring, and exercises for patients.

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Get your “Glove Box Guide to Mental Health”

Volume eight of Glove Box Guide to Mental Health, released by The Land in partnership with the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program (RAMHP), is a 64 page resource which includes personal stories, advice, support and contact information to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of rural communities.

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When a doctor says “I am depressed”

Clinical Professor Leanne Rowe – a GP and past Chairman of the RACGP – shares her thoughts on helping colleagues deal with their own mental health.

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Podcast: Your mental health matters

The mental health of nurses, midwives and students is important. Mental health is not only necessary to living a full life; it is vital for nurses, midwives and students to ensure a well-functioning healthcare system.

In this podcast from Nurse & Midwife Support, host Mark Aitken RN is joined by experienced mental health nurse Anne and nurse/midwife Sonya who share their insights into maintaining mental health.

A full transcript is provided.

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Doctors for Colleagues

AMA (NSW) has asked GPs interested in taking on doctors as patients to volunteer to be included in a registry. AMA (NSW) hopes the registry will provide easier access to care and remove some of the barriers preventing health professionals from seeking help.

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