GESQ ADVANCED TRAINEE DAY PROGRAM 

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Convenor: Dr Richard Skoien   Faculty: Dr Ben Devereaux, Dr Robyn Nagel, Dr Jillian Rosenstengel, Dr Nick Tutticci

FRIDAY 14 JUNE, 2O19
0900
Delegate registration, arrival tea and coffee, meet the Faculty and informal interaction with industry  
1000 - 1015
Welcome Dr Richard Skoien
SESSION 1
1015 - 1045
Setting the Scene: What you need to know to be a Gastroenterologist Dr Richard Skoien
  •  Outline of current expectations of the RACP regarding depth of knowledge and skills
  •  Using case-based discussions to address deficiencies in medical knowledge
  •  Enhancing medical knowledge through the use of self-directed learning
1045 - 1115
Getting the best results: Using EBM to your advantage Dr Richard Skoien
  •  Keys to understanding and interpreting medical literature: Unlocking EBM
  •  Knowing the guidelines isn’t enough: Improving your knowledge of best practice
  •  EBM in the real world: Experiences and pitfalls with best-practice medicine
1115 - 1130
Morning tea  
SESSION 2
1130 - 1215
The most common problems in modern GE  Faculty
  •  Case-based discussion of some of the most commonly encountered problems in GE
  •  Knowledge and diagnostic/therapeutic strategies
  •  Interactive discussion regarding different approaches: Evidence vs outcomes
1215 - 1230
Advanced Training: What have you learned so far?  Faculty
  • Brief Q & A – Setting your own agenda for Advanced Training
1230 - 1400
Working Lunch Session              

Essential financial skills for the modern Gastroenterologist Dr Jillian Rosenstengel
  •  Practical financial advice: How to get set up and paid
  •  Staying out of financial trouble
  •  Superannuation, insurances, staffing and “tricks of the trade”

Q & A with our Financial Experts  
(Featuring Kristy Baxter and Angela Stavropoulos from Pilot & Scott Montefiore from HillRoss)        
SESSION 3
1400 - 1445
“Home on the Range”: Practising GE in a regional setting Dr Robyn Nagel
  • Differences between Metropolitan and Regional specialty practice
  •  Expanding your horizons to meet your expectations
  •  Maintaining your skills and professional relationships when you’re “out-of-town”
1445 - 1515
Afternoon tea  
1515 - 1545
“Scope of Practice”: Maximising your endoscopy training Dr Nick Tutticci
  •  Procedural aspects of endoscopy/colonoscopy
  •  Advanced training issues in colonoscopy
  •  Clinical procedural pearls
1545 - 1615
Medicare: Friend or foe? Dr Ben Devereaux
  •  Understanding Medicare and billing
  •  Impact of Medicare changes on your practice
1615 - 1630
Final wrap-up and workshop close Faculty
  •  Q&A session and informal
1630
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