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Women and heart health

Join Specialist Endocrinologist Professor Susan Davis AO and Associate Professor Sarah Zaman to understand women’s heart health in Australia, and identify the differences in heart disease and preventative treatments between women and men.

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Duration: 60 mins


CPD Information

Learning objectives
  • Recognise the differences in heart disease, preventative treatment, presentation between women and men

  • Discuss the changes in risk when managing heart health and menopause

  • Incorporate key messages and education resources about heart health when conducting midlife assessments

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RACGP’s CPD Program

The RACGP activity ID number for this webinar is 500061. It is accredited with RACGP for 1 hour of Educational Activity (EA).

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

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Last updated: 
10 October 2023
Last reviewed: 
07 December 2023