WHRIA’s philosophy focuses on holistic patient care and education to improve women’s quality of life, and self efficacy. Our team strives to improve diagnosis, treatment and management of our patients by actively participating in local and international clinical research and educational events. We aim to pass this on via regular education events for health professionals.
GP education evening presented by WHRIA & Sydney Breast Clinic
A/Professor John Eden – Gynaecologist & Reproductive Endocrinologist – uses real cases to illustrate the latest treatments available for patients suffering from hot flushes with a focus on survivors of breast cancer.
Dr. Karen Chan – Gynaecologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon, Pain Management Fellow – will present the treatment options for these cases including non-hormonal options for breast cancer survivors, such as laser offered at WHRIA.
Professor Mary Rickard – Radiologist and SBC Medical Director – will present a short talk about this new service at SBC. CEM can improve cancer detection and diagnostic accuracy and confidence. A case study will be used to illustrate the integrated team approach at SBC, including a panel discussion and questions.
Reacquaint yourself up-close and personal with the anatomy of the pelvis by examining cadaver specimens in the anatomy lab. Then transfer and apply the anatomical perspectives into a clinical setting in the afternoon. Presented by Prof Thierry Vancaillie and Liz Howard. For tickets click here.
Sydney Annual Women’s & Children’s Health Update 2022
Various in 2023
Check the website for your capital city
The HealthEd series is presented in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane. Check your city for speakers at the HealthEd website. HealthEd also host a GP Education Day in capital cities.
Pain & Pregnancy
25 September 2022
Pregnancy can be extremely challenging for a mother’s body. Learn to help women prepare for labour, during their pregnancy and to recover efficiently from delivery or caesarean section. WHRIA’s Liz Howard will present her popular course in 2022. All allied health interested in treating pregnant women are welcome.
International Association for the Study of Pain Virtual Series on Pain & Expo
Until March 2021
IASP is committed to providing timely scientific content and education. The Virtual Series on Pain & Expo – six months of innovative virtual content and interactive engagement from September 2020 through March 2021
Neuro Orthopaedic Institute Courses:
Pain, Plasticity & Rehab; & more courses.
Highly recommended by WHRIA to update your pain knowledge. Explain Pain,Graded Motor Imagery and for the neurologically minded, the Pain, Plasticity & Rehab course is a gem. See NOI Group for more details.
Continence Foundation of Australia
The Continence Foundation of Australia provides state-wide education as well as quality on-line courses. See their website for more details about courses this year.
Putting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills into Practice
8 series during the year
The University of Sydney’s Pain Management and Research Institute presents Putting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills into Practice webinar training program. This gives you an opportunity to learn how to help your patients better manage chronic or persisting pain problems.
Each program consists of six webinar sessions of 90 minutes duration conducted over a 2-3 months. Participants will receive a certificate of completion for 24 hours of professional development. For more information see the PMRI website.
Jean Hailes Webinar Library For Health Professionals
View webinars by Jean Hailes’ Women’s Health experts on such topics as Multi-disciplinary management of Urinary Incontinence, Menopause, a physiotherapist’s view on Painful Sex and more. Click on the picture below to access.
Would you like WHRIA to speak at an event?
If you would like one of the WHRIA team to speak at an educational event, please contact email@example.com.