Upcoming AMPHEaT Workshops & Events

Sunday, September 13, 2020

AMPHEaT available to tailor education for you!

If you take a look at the calendar below and don't see what you are looking for either for yourself or your practice or hospital team, please don't hesitate to make contact as we constantly source or tailor education to suit a variety of needs.  Training can be at your venue or ours.

No cost to have a chat or ask for a quote

Sunday, October 18, 2020

FORTRESS Frailty Workshop (19th Oct)

6.30pm - 8.45pm, Via Webinar

Age should never dictate what a person can do 

Join the expert FORTRESS Frailty project team as they lead you through a highly interactive workshop style webinar. Where they challenge your assumptions about ageing, help you work more effectively with older people and learn to keep people well at home. 

Work in a small multidisciplinary team to manage a case during small group discussions to put what you have learnt into practice 

No cost to attend

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

FORTRESS Frailty Workshop (21st Oct)

7.45am - 10.00am Via Webinar

Age should never dictate what a person can do 

Join the expert FORTRESS Frailty project team as they lead you through a highly interactive workshop style webinar. Where they challenge your assumptions about ageing, help you work more effectively with older people and learn to keep people well at home. 

Work in a small multidisciplinary team to manage a case during small group discussions to put what you have learnt into practice 

No cost to attend

Sunday, October 25, 2020

FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health for Doctors

Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

26th - 30th October 2020

5 Day nationally accredited course.

 

Doctors with a minimum of one year's experience in general practice or obstetrics & gynaecology can register for this 5 day nationally accredited theory course.

Eligible for 40 CPD Accredited Activity QI&CPD points.

See link for theory and clinical placement prices

Monday, October 26, 2020

Young People and Neurodevelopmental Disorders– working better together (various dates)

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Marion Hotel, 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park SA

This workshop addresses the neurodevelopmental disorders including autism and attention disorders Autism is characterised by difficulties in communication, repetitive patterns of behaviour or interests, and sensory issues. Individuals with autism have a greater prevalence of mental health issues such as anxiety, mood, attention, and psychotic disorders. In attention disorders there can be difficulties with getting started on tasks, avoiding distraction, being impulsive, planning and organising, and managing emotions. 

Hence appropriate assessment and intervention can play a vital role in immediate and long-term outcomes, for the individual and their families. It is important that health professionals are aware of current recommendations and treatment programs and work together in a coordinated and cohesive way. 

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Tuesday, November 03, 2020

COVID-19: Managing mental Health Issues collaboratively

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Venue @ 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park

Australia is focusing on measures to eliminate the virus, and is moving into recovery. However, mental health experts are warning the psychological impacts from coronavirus will be felt for years, and say Australia needs to boost its capacity to handle a long-term rise in depression, anxiety and other disorders. It is important for health professionals to be well prepared and to work together in a coordinated and integrated way.

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Wednesday, November 04, 2020

DITs - Advancing your Career by building your vocal image and brand

6pm - 9pm, Venue@313, Level 1, 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park

You are born with your visual image.

But you need to learn and build your vocal image.

Vinh Giang understands the importance of vocal image to Doctors in Training
from the moment you commence training,
through building your image and brand with your patients,

colleagues and your chosen medical college
to having your own private practice and building a solid patient base
by creating a following of patients who want to pay to see you.

FREE for DIT's plus a partner or friend (tickets limited)

Friday, November 06, 2020

D4D Training

8.30am - 1.30pm, Venue @ 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

This Workshop for experienced doctors who:

  • Currently, see doctors/medical students as patients, or

  • Wish to explore seeing doctor-patients into the future, or

  • Have an interest in doctors’ health


The training will provide participants with:

  • Strategies to optimise the doctor-doctor consultation;

  • Burnout- recognition and management;

  • Understanding and caring for Doctors in Training - Panel - Q&A;

  • An outline of the current obligations under the mandatory notification laws and managing these in the doctor-patient relationship;

  • The health of rural and remote doctors - impact by COVID, access to health care, challenges; 

  • Recognition, risk assessment & management of suicidal doctors;

  • Opportunties to network with experienced doctors for doctors;

~ An update on the doctors’ health support services and national programs will also be provided ~

RACGP Activity# TBC points pending

 

ACRRM Activity 21035 has been approved for PDP Units,

1 Performance Review & 4 Educational Activity

 

Accredited by MIGA for 5 Risk Management Points

FREE for SA Rural Doctors & $88.00 for Metro & Interstate Doctors

Monday, November 09, 2020

Practice Manager Workshop - Finding calm within the storm

12.00pm - 2.30pm, Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

Managing yourself & relationships during COVID-19

An exclusive free session for Practice Managers about mindfulness practice and dealing with communication and interpersonal issues.

 

Facilitated by Dr Cate Howell, OAM, GP, therapist) & Dr Michele Murphy  Clinical Psychologist

FREE

Monday, November 09, 2020

Older People and Mental Health – how can we improve care delivery? (Nov 2020)

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Walker's Arms Hotel Walkerville

Older people are more likely to experience contributing factors to depression such as physical illness or personal loss. Appropriate diagnoses and treatment of mental health disorders are recommended, with tailoring of programs to address their needs.

 

This session will address this important and growing area of mental health care, with a focus on multidisciplinary service delivery and integration.

A highly interactive session with Dr Troye Wallett, GP with expertise in working with older people.

No cost to attend

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Financial Health Check

6:00pm - 8:30pm - Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

The best practice guide to managing your financial affairs - all the way from getting the basics right to planning for retirement.

Experienced financial experts will cover topics such as;

  • Compliance - Understand your obligations as a taxpayer or business owner

  • Budgeting & Cashflow - Plan for wealth accumulation to make your dollar work harder for you

  • Investment - Strategies and structures for building your wealth

  • Superannuation - Understanding superannuation and securing your financial future

  • Risk Management & Estate Planning - Protecting your assets and providing for your family's future

AMP Locum & Partner – Free - Others - $27.50 per person - Includes light Dinner

Friday, November 13, 2020

PALS (Paediatric Life Support)

@313 Royston Park, Adelaide SA, May 2nd 2020

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313.

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discount

$550

Monday, November 16, 2020

Young People and Neurodevelopmental Disorders– working better together (various dates)

6.30pm-9.00pm Webinar

This workshop addresses the neurodevelopmental disorders including autism and attention disorders Autism is characterised by difficulties in communication, repetitive patterns of behaviour or interests, and sensory issues. Individuals with autism have a greater prevalence of mental health issues such as anxiety, mood, attention, and psychotic disorders. In attention disorders there can be difficulties with getting started on tasks, avoiding distraction, being impulsive, planning and organising, and managing emotions. 

Hence appropriate assessment and intervention can play a vital role in immediate and long-term outcomes, for the individual and their families. It is important that health professionals are aware of current recommendations and treatment programs and work together in a coordinated and cohesive way. 

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

BLS for General Practice

6:00pm - 9:00pm- Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

Assessment for competency in CPR/BLS as per ARC guidelines for the current triennium by Prof Hugh Grantham SA ARC Representative

Assessment for ECG recognition of shockable rhythms.

An update on the latest management of anaphylaxis.
 

RACGP activity number 181190

5 CPD program points allocated.

This activity has been approved for basic life support.

$70 + GST AMP Doctors & Clients. $90 + GST others.

Monday, November 23, 2020

Pain Management - What to know about Pain Medicines

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Venue @ 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park

Discuss less well-understood issues including

  • drug interactions,

  • rare/important adverse drug reactions,

  • pharmacogenomics,

  • medicinal cannabinoids

A/Prof David Cherry, Pain Management Physician

A/Prof Dr Chris Alderman , Pharmacist

No cost to attend

Friday, November 27, 2020

ALS2

2 days 28th - 29th November 2020, @313 Royston Park, Adelaide SA

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discount.

​$1,250

Monday, November 30, 2020

Practice Manager Christmas Event

12.00pm - 3.30pm, Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

Let's say goodbye to 2020 and send it on its way!
 

This year we are going to celebrate differently as it has been a very different year.

We have invited along a very special guest to entertain and inspire you!

Join us for Christmas Lunch and Drinks along with our very special guest.

FREE

Friday, December 04, 2020

Men's Mental Health: Mental Health Skills Training

8:45am - 4.30pm, Venue @ 313, Level 1 Payneham Road, Royston Park

Men's mental health is a vital area to address due to the prevalence of a range of mental health issues (including anxiety, depression, substance-use issues, and PTSD) and high rates of suicide in men.  In addition, men often delay or avoid seeking assistance due to social factors including the stigma of mental illness.


This workshop aims to increase knowledge and skill in relation to assessing and managing men's mental health issues, barriers to care, current treatment approaches (including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) and relevant community supports and resources will be addressed

A highly interactive workshop delivered by Dr Cate Howell OAM, GP, Therapist, Coach and Author of "The Changing Man A mental health guide" & Dr Michele Murphy, Clinical Psychologist


This activity is an accredited RACGP CPD accredited activity (ID223403); this activity has been accredited by the GPMHSC for Mental Health Skills Training (MHST) and MH CPD. 

$297.00 AMP Locums and Clients / $327.00 Others (tax invoice available)

Friday, December 11, 2020

ALS2 Recertification

Venue @313, Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discount.

$880.00

Monday, February 22, 2021

Eating Disorders – a multidisciplinary approach (Feb 21)

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Rydges Hotel, South Terrace, Adelaide

Eating Disorders are complex, potentially life-threatening illnesses with significant medical and psychosocial consequences.  They occur in males and females; in children, adolescents, adults and older adults across all socio-economic groups and from all cultural backgrounds

Suitable for GPs, Allied Health Practitioners, Other Primary Health Care Providers, Hospital Doctors, Nurses, Local Health Network Staff and Mental Health Service providers.

Activity 205951  Total of 4 CPD activity points in the RACGP CPD Program 2020-2022 triennium.

No cost to attend

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

COVID-19: Managing mental Health Issues collaboratively

6.30pm - 9.00pm via Webinar

Australia is focusing on measures to eliminate the virus, and is moving into recovery. However, mental health experts are warning the psychological impacts from coronavirus will be felt for years, and say Australia needs to boost its capacity to handle a long-term rise in depression, anxiety and other disorders. It is important for health professionals to be well prepared and to work together in a coordinated and integrated way.

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Young People and Neurodevelopmental Disorders– working better together (various dates)

Venue @ 313, Level 1, 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park SA

This workshop addresses the neurodevelopmental disorders including autism and attention disorders Autism is characterised by difficulties in communication, repetitive patterns of behaviour or interests, and sensory issues. Individuals with autism have a greater prevalence of mental health issues such as anxiety, mood, attention, and psychotic disorders. In attention disorders there can be difficulties with getting started on tasks, avoiding distraction, being impulsive, planning and organising, and managing emotions. 

Hence appropriate assessment and intervention can play a vital role in immediate and long-term outcomes, for the individual and their families. It is important that health professionals are aware of current recommendations and treatment programs and work together in a coordinated and cohesive way. 

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Monday, March 29, 2021

COVID-19: Managing mental Health Issues collaboratively

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Marion Hotel, 849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park SA

Australia is focusing on measures to eliminate the virus, and is moving into recovery. However, mental health experts are warning the psychological impacts from coronavirus will be felt for years, and say Australia needs to boost its capacity to handle a long-term rise in depression, anxiety and other disorders. It is important for health professionals to be well prepared and to work together in a coordinated and integrated way.

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Eating Disorders – a multidisciplinary approach (April 2021)

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Venue @313, Level 1, 313 Payneham Road, Royston Park, Adelaide

Eating Disorders are complex, potentially life-threatening illnesses with significant medical and psychosocial consequences.  They occur in males and females; in children, adolescents, adults and older adults across all socio-economic groups and from all cultural backgrounds

Suitable for GPs, Allied Health Practitioners, Other Primary Health Care Providers, Hospital Doctors, Nurses, Local Health Network Staff and Mental Health Service providers.

Activity 205951  Total of 4 CPD activity points in the RACGP CPD Program 2020-2022 triennium.

No cost to attend

Monday, April 19, 2021

Older People and Mental Health – how can we improve care delivery? (April 2021)

6pm - 9pm, Marion Hotel, 849 Marion Road, Mitchell Park

Older people are more likely to experience contributing factors to depression such as physical illness or personal loss. Appropriate diagnoses and treatment of mental health disorders are recommended, with tailoring of programs to address their needs.

 

This session will address this important and growing area of mental health care, with a focus on multidisciplinary service delivery and integration.

A highly interactive session with Dr Troye Wallett, GP with expertise in working with older people.

No cost to attend

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Older People and Mental Health – how can we improve care delivery? (May 2021)

6pm - 9pm, Rydges Hotel, South Terrace, Adelaide

Older people are more likely to experience contributing factors to depression such as physical illness or personal loss. Appropriate diagnoses and treatment of mental health disorders are recommended, with tailoring of programs to address their needs.

 

This session will address this important and growing area of mental health care, with a focus on multidisciplinary service delivery and integration.

A highly interactive session with Dr Troye Wallett, GP with expertise in working with older people.

No cost to attend

Monday, May 24, 2021

Young People and Neurodevelopmental Disorders– working better together (various dates)

6.00pm - 9.00pm, Coopers Alehouse Gepps Cross, 560 Main N Rd, Blair Athol SA 5084

This workshop addresses the neurodevelopmental disorders including autism and attention disorders Autism is characterised by difficulties in communication, repetitive patterns of behaviour or interests, and sensory issues. Individuals with autism have a greater prevalence of mental health issues such as anxiety, mood, attention, and psychotic disorders. In attention disorders there can be difficulties with getting started on tasks, avoiding distraction, being impulsive, planning and organising, and managing emotions. 

Hence appropriate assessment and intervention can play a vital role in immediate and long-term outcomes, for the individual and their families. It is important that health professionals are aware of current recommendations and treatment programs and work together in a coordinated and cohesive way. 

A highly interactive session including a multidisciplinary panel 

No cost to attend

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Past Events

Examples of recent events facilitated and hosted by AMPHEaT include:

ALS2 - Recertification

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discount.

ALS1

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discount.

Cook, Eat & Learn with Chris Jarmer

Join renowned Adelaide chef Chris Jarmer, a third generation chef, and owner and Head Chef at Jarmer's Kitchen, to explore the culinary essence of his culture, travels and passion for food.

How to get your money working for you

Earning a good income doesn’t guarantee your wealth. It is how you use your money that counts.

The Brentnalls SA team will share their insights for successfully managing your money so that it works for you and sets you up for a strong financial future

All welcome!

CSAPHN Radiology & Ultrasound Workshop

Join us for a hands on practical day including:

  • Review of 15 Radiology films

  • Extended film review / CT cases / MRI

  • Practical hands on skill stations – Taking Films (chest, limbs) and Ultrasound

See Info for grant & accreditation information

PALS (Paediatric Life Support)

AMP locums receive 10% off ALS1, ALS2 or PALS @313.

Add TRIENNIUM code when booking to receive discounta

On the Up - Musculoskeletal Medicine for the Upper Body

Suitable for all medical and allied health practitioners interested in musculoskeletal pain medicine, including GPs, MSK doctors, pain physicians, rheumatologists, orthopaedic surgeons, occupational and rehabilitation physicians, physiotherapists, podiatrists, chiropractors and massage therapists.

Registrars are encouraged to attend, and are offered a 50% discount on registration fees. Medical students can apply for sponsorship to attend the conference.

Doctors for Doctors Training

This seminar will equip you with additional skills & confidence to care for doctor patients & unwell colleagues.

This training is for experienced rural & urban GPs with Fellowships who treat other doctors & want to know more.

See info for Accreditation & free accommodation grant for Rural SA GPs

GP Palliative Care Workshop

As a GP how do you respond?

 

“How long have I got doc?”

“I am scared of pain can you help?”

“Don’t resuscitate me doc”

 

This practical clinical workshop is delivered by Dr Laurence Leong,
a GP experienced in answering these questions for patients of all ages at end of life
and co-hosted by John McMahon PEPA SA.

Foot Health Assessment Program

The Foot Health Assessment Program is designed to provide skills and knowledge for a range of health professionals to provide detailed information and advice in relation to foot health management. On the successful completion of the program, participants should have the ability to safely perform a basic foot care assessment, determine foot care requirements and use basic equipment and a range of topical medications where the services of a professional podiatrist are not required. This course contains the competency CHCCCS013 (Provide basic foot care).

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