Small group education sessions on alcohol and drug issues in general practice

The Edith Cowan University (ECU) Treating Alcohol and Drugs in Primary Care (TADPole) program team provides educational resources to enhance the skills of GPs looking after patients with common alcohol and other drug problems, e.g. alcohol dependence, benzodiazepines and methamphetamine use.

The team is now offering GPs the opportunity of having a small group education session in your practice. This is free and qualifies for RACGP CPD points. The facilitator (an addiction specialist or a GP with a special interest in addiction) will give a short presentation about alcohol or other drug topics of interest followed by 30 minutes to talk through case studies or any concerns you have about your patients.

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