Physicians Networking night & Telehealth in the COVID 19 Pandemic Thursday 18th June 2020 7.30pm

  • 18 Jun 2020
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Are you wondering how you should be practicing telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond? What should you do and what shouldn't you do? Thanks to a team of practicing physicians as well as medicolegal experts, we answer all the questions about Telemedicine you've always wanted to ask!

Dr Nichola Davis, a GP and medicolegal advisor in the claims department of one of Australia's leading medical defence organisations MIPS will be sharing her experience with assisting with practitioners navigate the complexities of Covid 19 and telehealth.

Also, what is it like being a physician in different specialties? What is it like and what are some clinical tips from each specialty? Ever wanted to know physicians from various specialties a little better? Want to know how to refer? Then come to this special interactive workshop! There will be virtual breakout rooms to allow plenty of opportunities for small group discussion!

We are extremely grateful to our vibrant physician colleagues

1- Dr Thinn Thinn Khine- MBBS, FRACP. Endocrinologist specialising in geriatric endocrinology, virtual artist. 

2- Dr Chia Pei Chong- MBBS, FRACP. Geriatrician with an interest in complex chronic disease management and cognition assessment, Clinic leader in GEM at home, Eastern Health

3- Dr Ing Soo Tiong- MBBS, FRACP. Haematologist, Austin Health

4- Dr Chee Boon Sung- FRACP. Geriatrician with an interest in continence management, movement disorder and complex chronic disease management

5- Dr Derrick Soh- FRACP (Neurology) Neurophysiologist focusing in headache, movement disorder and deep brain stimulator/infusion therapy

6- Dr Yen Hun Wee- FRACP General physician/Geriatrician specialising in perioperative medicine management, falls and balance management




Register in advance for this meeting:
https://unimelb.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAldOyqpjwrE9WtQsznuYY4qK2XABhpCbRm

We will also like to thank MIPS, the Austin Clinical Education Unit and The University of Melbourne for supporting this event. 

Looking forward to seeing you then!

Australian Chinese Medical Association of Victoria and ACMAV Health Promotion Trust

Tel 03 9899 6380
Fax 03 9899 6389
office@acmav.org
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PO Box 2064
Hotham Hill
VIC 3051
Australia

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