The mental and physical health of doctors, medical students, nurses and allied health professionals in Australia is an ongoing concern within the medical profession and community. Research from beyondblue has highlighted the high rates of suicide, depression, anxiety, substance use and self-medication throughout the profession. To actively promote mental wellness the ACSEP has teamed up with beyondblue to create a family friendly event, designed for doctors, medical students, nurses, practice managers, associated allied health professionals along with their family and friends. It’s time to help the people that help us. The event also aims to promote the benefits of exercise to the mental health of the wider community.
The ACSEP Course in the Management of Sporting Trauma (MOST) teaches medical professionals the core skills required to appropriately assess and manage traumatic sporting injuries. The ACSEP MOST Course is delivered over two full days of training.
The ACSEP MOST Course aims to guide attendees through the assessment and management skills that are essential in managing sporting injuries, both on and off the field. The course addresses common emergencies that might confront a sports physician, covers the rationale behind treatment choices and the adaption of medical management at sporting events and out in the field.
The ACSEP MOST Course is specifically designed for healthcare professionals, such as:
Sat 27th and Sun 28th October 2018
Ibis Hotel, 15-21 Therry St, Melbourne, Australia
(10% room discount available - phone Ibis to make a booking)