Thursday 26th November 2020
7:00pm - 8:15pm
This webinar is part of a series that aims to support general practitioners to manage the less visible ripple effects of the pandemic on wellbeing, mental and physical health.
Presented by EMPHN, speakers include local primary healthcare providers and experts in mental health, suicide prevention, respiratory conditions and rehabilitation.
Understand emerging evidence of medical complications that are having long-term impacts on the health and wellbeing of patients who have recovered from COVID-19.
Discover how to assess and manage these presentations in general practice and local referral pathways as well as Victoria’s COVID-19 system response for future outbreaks.
Speakers for this session:
Dr Penny Gaskell - Clinical Director and GP Liaison Medical Officer Eastern Health
Shae Cooke - Clinical Lead Physiotherapist Eastern Health
Adam Horsburgh - Chief Executive Officer Austin Health
Other webinars in the series:
Webinar four: Suicide Prevention at a time of heightened risk on 3 Dec, 7-8pm