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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Courses in Evidence Based Diagnosis

 

Overview

Target audience: paediatricians, child psychologists, speech pathologists, child psychiatrists and other paediatric allied health professionals involved in the diagnosis of Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

Course summary: The course focuses on multidisciplinary evidence based diagnosis using the 4-Digit Code process harmonised with the Canadian Guideline (V2). FASD diagnosis requires a functional multidisciplinary approach in order to achieve the diagnosis. The team can be real (eg a child development or mental health service), or virtual (eg cross referrals).

Fee payable: Yes

Prerequisites: Completion of the 4-Digit Code Online Course and a working knowledge of the 2015 Canadian Guidelines

Delivery mode: on site using lectures, case based studies, video examples, scenarios and discussion groups

Dates:

23-25 May 2018

21-23 November 2018

Please see links below for brochure and more information.

Contacts

Community Child Health
Southport Health Precinct
Level 3, 16-30 High Street
Southport 4215
Ph: (07) 5687 9183

To register:
Email: FASDCourseGCH@health.qld.gov.au

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Last updated: 13 April 2017
 
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