Learning outcomes:

  • Explore the role of the GP in preventing and detecting CKD in the primary care setting
  • Define the goals for best practice management of CKD, particularly Diabetic Kidney Disease
  • Discuss the high prevalence and poor outcomes of CKD in Australian Indigenous peoples
  • Define best management for resistant hypertension including lifestyle and pharmacological management
  • Implement a practice-based system, for patient safety, to identify patients at higher risk of CKD for a kidney health check

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Event details

Tuesday, November 12
6.00-8:30pm

Location Name
St Francis Winery, Old Reynella

Presented By
Dr Jobert Angelo
Nephrologist

This workshop is developed and endorsed by the Primary Care Education Advisory Committee for KHA. Approved for 4 category 2 points with RACGP activity# 114156

No cost to attend

Dinner provided

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