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How to talk about vulval health

Jean Hailes Dermatologist Dr Tanja Bohl and GP Dr Sara Whitburn present this health professional webinar on vulval health.

Last updated: 19 February 2020 | Last reviewed: 26 August 2019

Chapters

CPD Information

This Jean Hailes webinar is not a RACGP accredited activity. However, you can still complete the evaluation and receive a certificate for your own professional education records.

Depending on your profession you may need to keep a record of some/all of the following: event date, provider, your learning needs in the area, the type of activity, content/details, learning outcomes, reflection on the activity, CPD hours.

Find out more on the CPD requirements of registered Australian health professions.

Resources

Health professional

Jean Hailes for Women's Health

  • Webinar: Common vulval conditions: all that itches is not thrush
    A 1.5-hour webinar discussion around common vulval conditions, investigations and management. This is an in-depth webinar about vulval conditions and a must watch if wanting to improve your clinical practice knowledge in this area of health.
  • Webinar: Why ask about vulval health?
    This 1-hour webinar looks at a range of vulval presentations commonly seen in clinical practice. It explores anatomy, presentations and management through case studies examples.

Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic
This website has a number of useful links, sexual health fact sheets for patients and health professional education.

Australian and New Zealand Vulvovaginal Society
Promotes improved understanding and education of both health professionals and the public of the nature and management of vulvovaginal diseases. Includes vulval clinics, patient information and professional development.

Family Planning Victoria
Education, resources and clinics.

Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in Victoria
A webpage by Family Planning Victoria.

Royal Women Hospital – African Women's Clinic
Support and education as well as the deinfibulation procedure for women requesting this and for whom it is appropriate in the outpatient setting. Health professionals with concerns regarding cervical screening tests due to female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C).

Vulvovaginal disorders website
Endorsed by ISSVD & National Vulvodynia Association

  • Management algorithm
  • Online learning program
  • Case studies
  • Atlas of vulval disorders
Patient information

Jean Hailes for Women's Health

Evaluation

To receive a certificate of completion complete the evaluation survey below. *This webinar is not eligible for RACGP QI&CPD points.