Title: Knees for GPs: Masquerades, red flags and pearls for the probable diagnoses
Speaker: Mr Lachlan Batty, Orthopaedic Surgeon
Date: Monday 03 May 2021
Time: 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Host: Epworth Freemasons
Where: Zoom Webinar- dial in from your PC/laptop/mobile phone/tablet
Program: Presentation and Q&A
Mr Lachlan Batty will present an interactive, case-based presentation regarding knee conditions seen in general practice. Using the ‘Murtagh diagnostic model’, the aim is to highlight the thought processes in making a diagnosis from the perspective of an orthopaedic knee surgeon. It will also review the indications for advanced imaging, highlight non-operative optimisation strategies and discuss when referral to a specialist is indicated.
- Identify key elements in history and physical examination when developing a diagnosis for a knee condition
- Recommend when to refer for advanced imaging and seek a specialist opinion
- Recognise that hip and thigh problems can masquerade as a primary knee problem
- 2 CPD Activity points
Spaces are limited
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- First name and surname
- RACGP number
- Practice name
- Practice suburb and postcode
- Email address
Please direct your enquiries to [email protected]
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