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Deadly MHST: Substance Misuse

 

Overview

Target audience: Health professionals who wish to provide culturally appropriate mental health care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients who may have issues with alcohol and other drugs (AOD)

Course summary: After six one hour sessions, the course will provide General Practitioners (GPs) with accredited training in mental health assessment, care planning and review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, particularly those with substance related mental health conditions. The course is a quality improvement and continuing professional development (QI&CDP) accredited activity (category 1) worth 40 points. Key course outcomes include:

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site

Contacts

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
100 Wellington Parade
East Melbourne Vic 3002
Ph: 1800 472 247
Email: racgp@racgp.org.au

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Last updated: 22 June 2017
 
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