This workshop aims to provide general practitioners and practice nurses with an update on anaemia and iron deficiency in primary care. 
Participants will be provided with tools to enable them to:
•  identify patients with iron deficiency and anaemia and determine underlying pathology
•  interpret laboratory investigations to diagnose iron deficiency and anaemia
•  apply the principles of prescribing and administering iron therapy in practice with a focus on patient blood management, and
•  incorporate the use of practical tools such as algorithms for anaemia and patient handouts to guide treatment for iron deficiency and anaemia.
The workshop will be interactive with case studies, expert input, clinical tools and more.

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* 1. Please state your local Primary Health Network (this will allow us to plan events of interest in your area).

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* 2. What is your profession?

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* 3. Do you administer intravenous iron in your practice?

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* 4. How confident are you in the identification and assessment of iron deficiency in your practice?

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* 5. How confident are you in managing iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia in your practice?

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* 6. Which of the following topics in relation to iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia are of relevance/interest?

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* 7. How important are continuing professional development points?

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* 8. What is your preferred format for education? (tick all that apply)

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* 9. Are you familiar with the Australian Patient Blood Management Guidelines?

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* 10. Please provide any additional information you would like to know about iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia (IDA); or how you would like to receive ongoing education on this topic:

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* 11. Please provide your name and email if you would like to subscribe to our monthly eNews which will keep you updated on relevant education and events.

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