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The Good GP, the education podcast for busy GPs; brought to you by Dr Tim Koh, Dr Krystyna DeLange and Dr Sean Stevens, in collaboration with RACGP WA.

Disclaimer: The Good GP podcasts are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of a specialist GP or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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The Good GP, the education podcast for busy GPs; brought to you by Dr Tim Koh, Dr Krystyna DeLange and Dr Sean Stevens, in collaboration with RACGP WA.

Disclaimer: The Good GP podcasts are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of a specialist GP or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

    RACGP REGISTRAR SPECIAL | Hacks for GP registrars - Episode 69

    RACGP REGISTRAR SPECIAL | Hacks for GP registrars - Episode 69

    In this episode, new Fellow Dr Innes Chester speaks to The Good GP about GP training and the ‘hacks’ for new GP registrars.

    The 2019 WAGPET Registrar of the Year, Dr Chester provides her tips on how to make life easier as a GP registrar, how to manage worry and how to best prepare for the exams.

    We also explore the useful learning resources available and what supervisors can do to support registrars.

    For updates on The GoodGP podcasts, follow @theGoodGP on Twitter.

    • 24 min
    Breast implants – Episode 68

    Breast implants – Episode 68

    In this episode, the Good GP interviews Dr Anand Deva on breast implants.

    Dr Deva is the Director of Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University and co-director of the Surgical Infection Research Group.

    In this episode we look at the history of implants, the frequency of the procedures, the risks involved and the recommendations for patient follow-up. Dr Deva also explores the complications that can occur and the symptoms for adverse reactions.

    • 17 min
    Low libido – When desires don't match. Live From GP19 – Episode 67

    Low libido – When desires don't match. Live From GP19 – Episode 67

    In this episode, live from GP19 the RACGP National Conference, The Good GP’s Dr Krystyna de Lange interviews Dr Sama Balasubramanian, a GP working in sexual health and working towards his qualification as a sexual health physician (AChSHM) as well as his Masters in Psychosexual Therapy about low libido.

    In this episode, we look at what low libido actually means, how to approach the consultation and practical strategies around management.

    • 27 min
    How to give good injections. Live from GP19 – Episode 66

    How to give good injections. Live from GP19 – Episode 66

    In this live episode, live from GP19 the RACGP National Conference, Dr Sean Stevens and Dr Krystyna de Lange interview fellow Good GP Dr Tim Koh on how to give injections.

    With the increased number of patients coming in to get injections such as the flu vaccine, we explore the importance of making injections a better experience for patients.

    In this episode, the Good GP also looks at what works and what does not, pain and how to manage expectations, injections in paediatric cases and what else GPs can be doing.

    Dr Koh also provides his top tips to giving injections to both children and adults.

    ** This podcast is recorded live from GP19, therefore the audio is of lower quality. Thank you for your understanding and we hope you enjoy this podcast. **

    • 24 min
    Concussion live From GP19 – Episode 65

    Concussion live From GP19 – Episode 65

    In this episode, live from GP19 the RACGP National Conference, the Good GP interviews Dr Gill Cowen on concussion.

    Dr Cowen is a GP and Sports Medicine Physician. Gill is also Chair of the RACGP Sports and Exercise Medicine Specific Interest Group.

    In this episode, we explore who gets concussion, how to assess for concussion, and what to look for.

    The importance of managing concussion and the time frame for recovery is also discussed.

    This episode also explores concussion in the general practice setting, and how you would assess the situation.

    ** This podcast is recorded live from GP19, therefore the audio is of lower quality. Thank you for your understanding and we hope you enjoy this podcast. **

    • 19 min
    Changing The World Through Teaching General Practice – Episode 64

    Changing The World Through Teaching General Practice – Episode 64

    In this episode, Dr Tim Koh interviews Professor Donna Mak on ‘changing the world through teaching general practice’.

    Professor Mak explores the importance of GPs teaching, the benefits of teaching general practice and how this can help change the health care system.

    This podcast also looks at the different ways GPs can teach general practice.

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Practical and Clear

Thoroughly practical and well presented

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Spot on

Love this podcast!! 👍🏻👍🏻

NishPN ,

Thank you

Thank you for the hard work you put into each of these episodes. It is a great podcast,very informative but concise. I’m a GP registrar in rural NSW. So I travel on a weekly basis home. So listening to your podcast is my time well utilised.

Thank you once again.

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