With face-to-face opportunities for education and networking now very limited, ANZSOM is offering a program of webinars to help our members to stay connected and keep learning. All webinars will be made available nationally to members. Also included in this schedule are external webinars such as those offered by AFOEM.
Dr Charles Appleton is the Director of Biochemistry and Toxicology at QML Pathology. He joined QML in 1985 as a Chemical Pathologist following his tenure at the Royal Brisbane Hospital as Resident Medical Officer, Registrar in Pathology and Assistant Chemical Pathologist.
SESSION LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
To achieve an understanding of methods of testing for appropriate and inappropriate drug use
To become aware of potential traps in the interpretation of drug tests
To achieve an understanding of analytical approaches to the assessment of alcohol use
Topic: Guidelines for Telehealth IMEs - The Regulators’ and Referrers’ Perspectives Presenter: The Australian Medico-Legal College in partnership with MEDirect Cost: Free Register:online via Zoom, click here
Topic: Enhancing Resilience in stressful times Presenter: Michael Tunnecliffe and Kerryn Ashford-Hatherly, Clinical psychologists Cost: $20 members; Non-members $35 (a TryBooking link will be sent to you when you register) Register:contact Samira Wadhavkar for your discount code:
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Matthew has a specialist interest in hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder surgery and undertook advanced fellowship training in Perth followed by subspecialty training in Australia and Overseas including an upper limb and sports surgery fellowship with the Canberra Orthopaedic Group; a one year hand and wrist fellowship at the Birmingham Hand Centre one of the largest hand centres in Europe; and a one year shoulder and upper limb fellowship at The James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough under Professor Rangan.
Actively involved in teaching and research, Matthew is an adjunct senior lecturer at the University of Notre Dame as well as teaching the Western Australian Orthopaedic trainees.
Topic: Inherent physical requirements for working in extreme hot conditions Presenter: Occ Hygienist Lee Cherr &, Dr Ross Di Corleto Cost: Complimentary for members; Non-members $25 (a TryBooking link will be sent following registration) Register: opening soon.