CME session: An overview of breast cancer and lymphoedema; Fat grafting; Breast imaging overview for primary practice

During the event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear a presentation from Dr Alex Brown (Breast Surgeon) John Mathews (Radiologist at Pacific Radiology) and Sarah Shellard (Palliative Clinical Nurse) from Bowen Icon Centre about “An overview of breast cancer and lymphoedema; Fat grafting; Breast imaging overview for primary practice.”

This CME evening will be available in person at our Wakefield Hospital and also through webinar. We would love to see you there in person and enjoy our educational session alongside with some food and refreshments, also you will be able to get the benefit of networking before the Dr Alex Brown’s presentation starts.

Date: Monday 18 October
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6 pm – networking
6.30 – 8.30 pm – presentation

Location: Wakefield Hospital, Boardroom, 30 Florence Street, Newtown, Wellington 6021

CPD: 2 Points

Learning outcomes:

  • what a lymphoedema therapist does
  • improve knowledge of longer term follow up after breast cancer
  • awareness of options to improve long term consequences of breast cancer treatment
  • how to diagnose
  • treatment and the long term goals/outcomes for patients

Please click here to register if you would like to join us, or click the register button on the right hand side if you would like to join us in person.

 

Alternatively, please email to Manuela Lewis at marketing@evolutioncare.com if you have any questions.

Date & Time

Monday 18 October
6:00pm - 8:30pm

Location

Wakefield Hospital, Boardroom, 30 Florence Street, Newtown, Wellington 6021

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