RACGP accredited Virtual GP Education Series

Virtual GP education will be available twice weekly and participants will be credentialed with 2 CPD points for each presentation attended. To accommodate your busy schedules, our specialists present on Mondays and Wednesdays via zoom. Each session will run for 40 minutes with an additional 20 minutes for questions after the presentation.

How to register
  • Simply complete your details at the bottom of the page and select the presentation(s) you’re interested in.
  • After registering you will receive a Zoom link on the day of the event.
  • In case you have any questions please contact us directly on gpconnect@cabrini.com.au

Series 9 | 2021

Benign breast disease

  • Monday, 27 September at 12.30 pm  
  • Wednesday, 29 September at 7.30 pm
Mr Diarmuid O’Malley

Mr Diarmuid O’Malley, Breast Surgeon

Mr O’Malley is an Irish trained breast surgeon with a specialist interest in the diagnosis and management of benign and malignant breast disease, as well as breast cancer risk management. 

Mr O’Malley takes a careful, kind, clear and informative approach to help guide his patients through this often challenging experience. His contemporary practice includes oncoplastic surgical techniques and tailored individual treatment for his patients within the Cabrini multidisciplinary breast unit.

COVID-19 vaccine and kids

  • Monday, 4 October at 12.30 pm 
  • Wednesday, 6 October at 7.30 pm

Dr Daryl Cheng, Consultant Paediatrician

Dr Cheng currently works as a consultant paediatrician at Cabrini Health Malvern and sees general paediatric patients with a special interest in travel medicine and immunisations. He is a co-founder of the Family Immunisation and Travel Specialists (FITS) Clinic. He is also a consultant and health informatician at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and Monash Children’s Hospital – with further research and education appointments at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and the University of Melbourne.

Dr Cheng’s practice is to empower and work together with a multidisciplinary team alongside families and children to be the driver in achieving their well-being.

Professor Jim Buttery, Paediatrician infectious diseases physician

Prof Buttery’s main research areas are vaccine safety, infectious diseases epidemiology, and clinical child health informatics. He collaborates nationally and internationally in developed and developing settings.  Prof Buttery is Director of Research at Monash Children’s Hospital, head of Monash Immunisation, Monash Health and Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology at Monash University. He also heads Epidemiology and Signal Investigation for SAEFVIC, the Victorian immunisation safety service.

Prof Buttery serves as a member of the Strategic Priority Group of the WHO Global Vaccine Safety Initiative, for the Australian Medical Services Advisory Committee and the Advisory Committee on Vaccines of the Therapeutics Goods Administration.

What should you know about E-cigarettes Vaping? Is it dangerous for my patients?

  • Monday, 11 October at 12.30 pm  
  • Wednesday, 13 October at 7.30 pm
Dr Barton Jennings

Dr Barton Jennings, Respiratory and Sleep Physician

Dr Jennings is a respiratory and sleep disorders physician. He provides care to patients with a broad range of lung diseases and breathing problems, including asthma, chronic lung disease, emphysema, chest infections and lung cancer. 

Dr Jennings also provides care for patients with sleep disorders including sleep apnoea, ventilatory failure and non-respiratory sleep disorders. His main interest is bronchoscopy and endobronchial ultrasound.