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Surgical management for primary care

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Management of first aid dental and other common oral conditions

Tuesday, 27 August 2019. 7.30 - 8.45 pm

Dr Muammar Abu-Serriah, an Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon will present on how to manage first aid dental and maxillofacial problems, and some of the complications that could arise, such as traumatic tooth loss (avulsed tooth), gingivitis, infection, dry socket.

Burns - Jonathan Heather

 Jonathan Heather is a New Zealand trained plastic surgeon working at Counties Manukau plastics unit, the National Burns Centre and privately at the North Shore Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Clinic. Jonathan talks about burns in primary care.

 

Topical Antibiotics - Emma Best

Dr Emma Best talks about how we can reduce the usage of topical antibiotics in primary care.

Emma is a paediatric infectious disease specialist at Starship Hospital and a senior lecturer in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Auckland.

MercyAscot - Gynae, Upper GI and Uro Update

Drs Anil Sharma, Grant Beban, Richard Babor and Anna Lawrence, specialists at MercyAscot present a full day seminar on the challenges of managing Gynae, Upper GI and Uro patients in primary care, including managing common gynaecological problems, upper GI and bariatirc issues, obessity and its effect on the urinary tract.

MercyAscot - Auckland Bone & Joint Surgery

Members of the Auckland Bone & Joint Surgery team presented an interactive education session and update on Orthopaedic Care.

MercyAscot ENT and Head and Neck Update

The MercyAscot ENT and Head & Neck team – the specialists from ENT Group and Auckland Head & Neck Specialists (who all have consulting rooms at Mercy Specialist Centre) presented their second interactive education session and update on ENT and Head & Neck.

Paediatrics for General Practice

This one day symposium will provide clinical updates and guidance supporting excellent practice on the important issues we face engaging with children and youth in general practice.

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