Canterbury GP Professional Education 2018 Series

Oxford Women's Health hosts a series of CME Endorsed events throughout 2018.
The “Canterbury GP Professional Education Series 2018” - has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 1.0 CME credit per event for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) purposes.

Each presentation will be of 1 hour duration, starting at 6.30pm. Beverages and finger food available prior to the start of the talk.

  • Tuesday 13 February - “Do not go gentle into that goodnight” – Gynae aspects of the climacteric by Ben Sharp, O&G Specialist

  • Wednesday 14 March - “Big can be beautiful” – Introducing Li-CAP flaps in Canterbury - A simple breast reconstructive option for the larger BMI women by Josie Todd, Oncoplastic Breast and General Surgeon

  • Tuesday 17 April - PMS by Richard Dover, O & G Specialist

  • Tuesday 15 May - Psychological treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain; case examples and tips for GPs by Hannah Blakely, Psychologist

  • Tuesday 21 June - Adenomyosis: the new Endometriosis by Michael East, O & G Specialist

  • Tuesday 10 July - Genitourinary syndrome of Menopause by Olivia Smart, O & G Specialist

  • Tuesday 14 August - Infections in Gynaecology by John Short, O & G Specialist

  • Thursday 13 September - Fertility related issues by Janene Brown, O & G Specialist

  • Wednesday 17 October - More than just morning sickness – the management of first trimester problems by Chris Spencer, O & G Specialist

  • Thursday 8 November - Visceral manipulation and its role in women’s health by Julee Binns, Physiotherapist and Rosie Greene, Visceral Manipulation practitioner

  • Tuesday 11 December - Update in Gynae Oncology by Mike Laney, O & G Specialist

It is essential that colleagues RSVP to:
Phone: 03 363 7096

13/02/2018 - 11/12/2018

Oxford Women’s Health At Forte Health Building
Grd Floor Meeting Room
132 Peterborough St

Diary Date: 
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 18:30