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The first RVTS workshop of the year was held as a virtual event during April. Registrars are located all over Australia, and were able to join the workshop from their homes or practices, joining in for high quality training without the risks of travel in our current climate. The 3 day event for the 3 cohorts covered various topics including GP Emer…
 
Dengue fever is not endemic in Australia, however, we do have mosquitoes that can spread the virus and outbreaks do occur due to imported cases. Severe dengue (also known as dengue haemorrhagic fever) is a potentially lethal complication, affecting mainly children. Diagnosing it early and initiating supportive treatment can be life-saving. It’s the…
 
If you live in FN Queensland and a patient presents feeling unwell with a fever after a flood, on your differential list, you’d need to consider Melioidosis and Leptospirosis. If you don’t actually live in northern Australia, you may feel you need to brush up on your knowledge of those 2 differentials. And you’re in luck... This month we listen in …
 
RVTS Medical Educators (MEs) all share a passion for rural, remote, and Aboriginal Medical Services, registrar education, and supporting doctors on their General Practice journey. The ME team was recently interviewed, and each one was asked to identify something that would contribute to registrar success in general practice training in 2021.…
 
What a year it’s been. As 2020 draws to a close, I will not even attempt to comment on what has been a most extraordinary year, except to say that we would like to salute the RVTS Registrars, supervisors and staff for their courage and perseverance, their passion and understanding, their strength and commitment and their support for each other. We …
 
As we observed NAIDOC Week in November, many RVTS registrars and staff used the opportunity to attend (mainly online) events to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. RVTS Acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands and seas on which we live and work, and pays respect to elders: pa…
 
“Rational pathology emanates from a rational doctor”. Pathology is useful in assisting with coming to a diagnosis, monitoring patients and for screening. Unnecessary tests can cause harm to patients and add significantly to health costs, so considering carefully what pathology we order is vitally important in General Practice. In this month’s post,…
 
Vi har snakka med leiarane ved to sjukeheimar i Bergen. Det eine, Metodisthjemmet, har hatt mange korona-dødsfall, medan Slettebakken menighets eldresenter ikkje har hatt viruset på institusjonen, men vore i høgste alarmberedskap heilt sidan mars. Vi snakker med dei om trusselsituasjonen, smittevern og beredskap, og om dei tilsette sine utfordringa…
 
We’re always looking for ways to be better GPs, and to improve our success in fellowship exams. We’ve previously discussed some tools… and here are 2 more: Random Case Analysis and Role Play. Role play and random case analysis can be used in training and as part of supervisor discussions, and can actually be quite fun, while mastering important ski…
 
RVTS recently hosted the 3rd annual RVTS Grand Round Webinar. We were delighted to be joined by Art Nahill and Nic Szecket from IMReasoning, amongst others, who discussed a case in the form of a “cognitive autopsy” - with all the benefits of hindsight. The discussion highlights that diagnostic errors occur surprisingly commonly!…
 
PROFESOR er et verktøy til bruk i arbeid knyttet til barn og unge som har utøvet grenseoverskridende seksuelle handlinger. Verktøyet er oversatt av Steinar Hvål, RVTS Vest og Øystein Grov, Betanien sykehus, V27. I denne podkasten snakker de om oversettelsesarbeidet, bruksområde for verktøyet og en god del om fagfeltet i seg selv.…
 
The use of personal protective equipment is accepted for the high-risk environment of theatre, intensive care unit and on some hospital wards. But the role of the face mask is controversial in the community setting. Should general practitioners wear face masks? Should patients at high risk of serious outcomes from infection with COVID 19 wear a fac…
 
We’ve reached May in a year that will certainly go down in history! It’s been a tough year to be a GP in Australia with many challenges indeed! How are you coping? How are you looking after yourself? This month, 2 of our RVTS registrars, Leigh-Anne Bingham and Jeni Davila Mendez, discuss self care. Leigh-Ann and Jeni give some specific advice on ho…
 
Barnehager og skular har no vore stengt i over to veker. Dette er utfordrande både for born, foreldre og dei som jobbar i barnehage og skule. Linda har snakka med Ann Helen Myrmo som jobbar i barnehage og kollega Reidun Dybsland om korleis barnehagar og skular kan ivareta born og foreldre i denne tida.…
 
As GP’s we all manage musculoskeletal injuries in athletes. Most of us will only see recreational athletes, while our presenter for this month’s post, Dr Corey Cunningham, sees professional and elite athletes. The principals are the same, and as GPs we can give advice, and investigate and manage most injuries. Sometimes, though, specialist opinion …
 
Genetics is gaining prominence as time goes by, and as GPs, we need to keep up with the developments so that we can use the latest knowledge to our patient’s advantage, and also answer questions that may come our way (either from our patients or in exams!) In this month’s webinar excerpt, we listen in on Dr Linda Mann’s webinar for a great overview…
 
Every registrar I speak to wants to know: What’s the trick in passing Fellowship exams. That’s a good question - with a complex answer. It’s similar to “How do you eat an elephant?” The answer is “One bite at a time”. How do you pass the exams? One step at a time. Unfortunately, it’s not the answer people want. Registrars want me to just tell them …
 
This month’s webinar excerpt is essential listening - an honest, realistic and practical look at GP self care. We listen in on the discussion led by Dr Louise Stone, a GP who practices in Yarralumla (ACT). Dr Stone is a clinical Associate Professor at the Academic Unit of General Practice at ANU Medical School, and she gives valuable insight into h…
 
We’re excited to share this special edition of RVTS4GPs with you, featuring the recording of the recent 2019 RVTS Grand Round "Stump the Chump" with Dr Casey Parker. The case presented is a 16 year old girl who comes in with her Aunty. Casey is asked to unravel the puzzle. Dr Casey Parker is based in Broome in WA and is well known for his blog and …
 
RVTS Vest tilbyr flere programmer for fagpersoner i kommunene om vold i nære relasjoner. Linda Kvalvik ved RVTS Vest forteller om tre av disse programmene i denne podkasten, det er "Avdekking Kva Så", "Tidlig Innsats" og Kompetanseheving for helsestasjonene. Hun intervjues av Reidar Thyholdt, tekniker er Dennis Havre og i redaksjonen er Renate Hauk…
 
Dizziness is a common presentation to general practice (between 1 - 15% of consultations)1. When patients present complaining of dizziness, it’s important to gain an understanding of exactly what they mean, as various terms are used to describe different clinical presentations. In this month’s webinar excerpt, we share a short snippet from the webi…
 
Workers Compensation and Return to Work is a topic that is challenging for registrars, but an area where we as a GPs can have a positive impact on the outcome, just by the way we approach the patient. A common presentation, like acute back pain following an injury at work, can become chronic and complicated if not managed appropriately, if incorrec…
 
In this month’s webinar excerpt, we’re talking about Menopause with Dr Elizabeth Farrell, a gynaecologist and the Medical Director of Jean Hailes for Women's Health. Dr Farrell outlines important definitions, explains how the diagnosis of menopause is made, and highlights some of management options available so clearly and simply that you’ll wonder…
 
Welcome to 2019! We’re kicking off with one of those tricky subjects in general practice: the overlap of pain and addiction. As GPs, we aim to relieve pain and minimise harm, but occasionally patients get addicted to medications we prescribe. How can we become part of the solution? One of the RVTS supervisors, Ian Kamerman, speaks about this in a v…
 
About 70 children die of sepsis per year in Australia and New Zealand. It is therefore important to have systems in place for early detection of severe infection. Developing an approach to avoid diagnostic error is an important task for each GP. In this episode, we hear from an RVTS Medical Educator, Taras Mikulin, who looks at a General Practice r…
 
Uncertainty in general practice is unavoidable. We deal with uncertainty in more than half of our consults. Coping with the uncertainty is an essential skill for GPs. This month we again listen in on a webinar about Dealing with Diagnostic Uncertainty with Marlene Pearce, a GP based on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. This is the final part of a 3 part ser…
 
Psykolog Reidar Thyholdt har en samtale med klinisk sosionom i barne- og ungdomspsykiatri, Inge Nordhaug. Blant tema som blir diskutert er omsorgssvikt, vold og seksuelle overgrep mot barn og unge. Vi får høre om Nordhaugs nye fagbok, "Kva ser vi – kva gjer vi. ", og hvorfor boken er relevant for personer som jobber i fagfeltet.…
 
I denne korte podkasten er tema den kommende Septemberkonferansen, som omhandler traumer og utenforskap. Vi får vite hvordan vi melder oss på konferansen og hvorfor den er viktig for fagpersoner og ressurspersoner i alle nivå i tjenesteapparatet. Reidar Thyholdt tar en prat med en av de mange spennende foreleserne, Hanne C. Braarud, om hennes komme…
 
In this 3 part series, we listen in on a webinar with Marelene Pearce, a GP based on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. We discuss “Diagnostic uncertainty in General Practice”, looking at reasons why there is so much uncertainty in general practice, and how to cope with the uncertainty. In this episode, Part 1, Marelene talks about using clinical reasoning t…
 
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