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Nov

28

2019

A Successful Start to NCGPT’s CPD Offering

North Coast GP Training (NCGPT) has successfully delivered the CPD Recognising and Diagnosing Dementia event in Ballina.

The event was facilitated by Dr Hilton Koppe, Director of Education and Training at NCGPT, with input from Dr Hugh Fairfull-Smith and Dr Jedda Schutz.

There was incredible support on the evening with 55 clinicians attending from a range of disciplines.

Some of the feedback received from the evening included:

  • “Loved the practical examples of quick diagnosis”
  • “The education was well rounded”

The links below will give you access to resources and slides that were presented on the evening:

NCGPT is proud to deliver high quality education that is focused on locally relevant content and providing opportunities for growth in local clinical communities. With your support, and funding provided by North Coast Primary Health Network, NCGPT looks forward to bringing more great offerings in 2020.

View NCGPT’s upcoming events here.


Learn more via HealthPathways:

For a list of all localised pathways see:

Mid and North Coast Localised Pathways

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For further information about HealthPathways contact kkeyte@ncphn.org.au or fryan@ncphn.org.au.

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