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Vulvodynia: a multidisciplinary approach

This webinar aims to improve health professionals’ knowledge and understanding of vulvodynia (vulval pain), a chronic pain condition affecting many women. By the end of the webinar health professionals working in primary care will be able to deliver evidence-based, best-practice management to patients, including individualised multidisciplinary specialist referral, leading to improved health outcomes for their clients.

Vulvodynia: a multidisciplinary approach
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Duration: 1 hour 25 mins

Chapters

CPD Information

Learning objectives

By the end of this activity, participants will be able to:

  • recognise vulvodynia as a chronic pain disorder affecting many women
  • understand the role of the members of the multidisciplinary team in the management of vulval pain and when to make appropriate referrals
  • list the essential elements of a consultation with a woman who presents with vulval pain or possible vulvodynia
  • understand the process of chronic pain theory in relation to vulvodynia and its long-term mental and emotional effects
  • discuss a range of appropriate evidence-based treatment options with patients.
Recording this activity for CPD points or hours

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

RACGP’s CPD Program

The RACGP activity ID number for this webinar is 416744. It is accredited with RACGP for 1.5 hours of Educational Activity (EA).

This activity does not count towards a GP’s RANZCOG accreditation.

On completion of Jean Hailes’ education activities, you can fill out an online evaluation survey, after which your certificate of completion or attendance will be emailed to you for your CPD record.

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Last updated: 
20 February 2024
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Last reviewed: 
30 September 2021