RVTS4GPS Podcast

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  • I don’t have to tell you that much has happened in the last month since our last post! COVID-19 is front and centre stage. Today we’re focussing on video or teleconferencing skills. Many resources are already available to support GPs in this new consultation style. We will be focussing on the actual consultation process.
  • Do research papers and different research models confuse you? Do you struggle to understand research in general practice? Have you wondered why and when different research methods are used? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place! Dr Louise Stone shares her wisdom about research during this webinar excerpt […]
  • Hi – I’m Ronda Gurney. Welcome to RVTS4GPs.  This is the second part in the 2 part series on sports injuries. Part 1 dealt with common injuries in adults, and this month, we’ll take a look at children and adolescents.  We're sharing excerpts from the webinar with Dr Cunningham – there are a few radiology […]
  • 2019 has come to an end, and we’re in that reflective mood, as is common at this time of the year 🙂 The last 12 months have been jam-packed: and while we’re enjoying a brief lull in proceedings, we’ve been reflecting…
  • 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 is […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • Toxicology: getting the basics right is essential for good outcomes.  As GPs, we see toxicology as poisoning or overdose … or extreme pharmacology. Call it what you like, but if you’re in front-line medicine, you’re going to see it frequently.
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]