Developing a useful LEARNING PLAN

February 1, 2018 0

It’s the beginning of the academic year, and the year stretches before us like a blank canvas. Now is a perfect time to consider your “Learning Plan”. A learning plan is a bit like a […]

Looking Back, Looking Forward

January 2, 2018 2

Happy New Year! It’s that time of the year when we reflect on the last 12 months, and plan for the next 365 days. It’s always a good time to press the pause button and […]

Farm Safety – considerations for rural GPs.

December 1, 2017 0

If you search the internet for “Australia’s most dangerous job”, you will find agriculture, forestry and fishing listed as the most dangerous industries in the country. Many RVTS registrars work in just these sorts of […]

Dealing with Exam Anxiety

July 1, 2017 1

Exams are the performance of your life that will make or break your future. The months leading up to the exam are essential to gathering facts and knowledge and forming good habits. The weeks leading […]

Indigenous Health Resources

May 31, 2017 0

RVTS registrars work in Aboriginal Medical Services and rural and remote practices all over Australia, working in a broad range of environments, settings, services and health care delivery models and systems. A large proportion of […]

RVTS at WONCA

May 1, 2017 0

Doctors who work in rural and remote communities have all descended on Cairns for the 14th World Rural Health Conference. With such an exciting array of speakers on offer, it’s tough to choose which session […]

Syncope: brought to light

April 1, 2017 0

“Syncope is a sudden, transient, self-limiting loss of consciousness associated with an inability to maintain postural tone”. In this webinar excerpt, Associate Professor Geoff Couser discusses an approach to patients presenting with syncope. Geoff (FACEM […]

What is Cardiovascular Risk, and how is it calculated?

January 31, 2017 0

Understanding absolute cardiovascular risk is vital in clinical decision making. Taking various risk factors into consideration and identifying those at increased cardiovascular risk can improve the health outcomes for your patients. So how do you […]

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