Issues in Urogynaecology

Speakers will include a urogynaecologist, senior clinical nurse consultant and women’s health physiotherapist (names to be confirmed). These programs will be accredited for four category two points, as part of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners quality improvement and continuing professional development program for the 2017–19 triennium.

Register to attend at: http://www.trybooking.com/OPZU

Time:
6.30pm for registration and refreshments
7–9pm for presentation

Parking:
Available in multi-level car park, accessible from Studley Road opposite Heidelberg train station.

For more information, please contact Jackie Free — GP/primary care liaison officer

Email: jfree@mercy.com.au or phone 03 8458 4833.

Last reviewed September 18, 2017.

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