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Training Programs

Training Programs

The Centre aims to provide career development opportunities for a wide range of clinicians working with aged care consumers.

Clinicians with specialist knowledge in gerontology or geriatrics will be able to support older consumers achieve good health and maintain independence.

 

 

  • Seminar Series

    From July 2013, seminars have been held at the Centre.

    The seminars are geared up to provide professional development opportunities for clinicians providing care to aged care consumers. This would include clinicians from nursing, allied health, psychology, pharmacy and medical backgrounds.

    Seminars have addressed the following important health issues impacting on older people:

    • Dementia and Delirium
    • Exercise
    • Nutrition
    • Oral Health
    • Medication Management
    • Pain Management

    To find out more, contact:

    Email: gtrac@adelaide.edu.au
    Phone: +61 8313 2144

  • G-TRAC Journal Club

    The aim of the journal club is to facilitate skills in hypothesis generation, critical appraisal of the literature, study design, data analysis, presentation and writing skills. Through this activity, new ideas will be generated and knowledge will be translated into practice. Clinicians and students from all disciplines are invited to participate in the journal club at the G-TRAC Seminar Room with our medical students. To express interest and be included, please contact Dr Neha Mahajan.

  • Specialist Geriatrics Training

    The G-TRAC Centre and Aged & Extended Care Services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital as a training alliance provides for comprehensive specialist geriatric medicine training program with exposure to acute, sub-acute and community geriatrics. Two core years of specialist training is possible with our program. Many of our trainees then consider a non-core year in a second specialty (e.g. palliative care) or academic geriatrics (e.g. PhD). We have successfully trained to completion geriatricians with dual specialties as geriatricians with academic degrees.

    In Australia, the specialist geriatric medicine training is through the Royal Australasian College of Physicians pathway and firstly requires completion of the written and viva examination following three years of basic physician training.

    Contact

    Associate Professor Solomon Yu
    Geriatrician, Deputy Director of Training
    Aged & Extended Care Services The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
    Email: solomon.yu@sa.gov.au
    Phone: +61 8 8222 8178 or +61 8 8222 8594


Adelaide G-TRAC Centre

61 Silkes Rd
Paradise
SA 5075 AUSTRALIA

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

28 Woodville Road
Woodville
SA 5011 AUSTRALIA

Clinical enquiries

Switchboard +61 8 8222 6000
T: +61 8 8222 8594
T: +61 8 8222 8178
F: +61 8222 8593

Academic Matters

T: +61 8 8313 2144
F: +61 8 8313 2155
E: gtrac@adelaide.edu.au

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