The clinical skills update is a practical workshop and will be run by Monica Dunne and Agi Mary Joseph, Professional AHA members and clinical skills tutors. It will coincide with the annual First Aid/CPR update weekend.
12 CPD points will be awarded.
AHA Qld Branch traditionally holds a First Aid/CPR update every February to enable timely completion for the annual ARoH requirement. Dennis Taylor of Taylormade First Aid will again provide training this year. Dennis makes this a fun & almost effortless four hours.
This year the theme will continue throughout the weekend, offering the opportunity for a refresher/upskill of your clinical skills. This is a fantastic, cost-effective opportunity to gain 12 CPD points during a practical, interactive 1.5 day workshop, upgrading existing skills and maybe picking up some forgotten ones.
We are fortunate to have two highly experienced practitioners amongst our Queensland Committee members who will be running the workshop. They are both prepared to donate their time to you, our members, to enable the lowest cost opportunity to gain the maximum in both skills and CPD points. DO NOT MISS OUT!
Clinical Skills Teachers:
Monica Dunne graduated with a Master’s degree in homoeopathy from the University of Johannesburg, which involved clinical research. Monica has been a lecturer in clinical skills and other subjects at Endeavour College Brisbane campus. She also runs a private practice. Life experience includes being a mum to young boys.
Agi Mary Joseph has over 20 years experience of which 10 years were spent as a homoeopathic doctor in India. Agi Mary holds a Bachelor degree of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery from Calicut University, Kerala, India.
|Event Date||09-02-2019 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||10-02-2019 5:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Member discounts apply|
|Location||Yuraba Conference Centre|