I'm excited to be presenting at the first Youth Health Series lecture for 2016. In this lecture we will consider social media cultures and reframe our current health communication skills to support young people's health. We will work through case studies to translate our skills from clinical practice to the digital world.
The lecture is open to:
- General Practitioners
- GP Registrars
- Practice Nurses
- Nurse Practitioners
- Family Workers
This event is available in Person and via Webinar.
- Develop an understanding of young people's diverse social media cultures and behaviours in Australia
- Develop skills to engage, assess and identify young people with problematic internet use.
- Develop a range of evidence based recommendations that respond to media based challenges to youth health.
Click here to register.
For further information please contact Helene Gilmore.
Your attendance and participation counts towards 40 RACGP Category One points.
This activity is an ALM consisting of a series of 5 Youth Health meetings throughout 2016. GPs must attend at least 4 meetings to qualify for 40 Category One points