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Paediatric masterclass 2021 – Session 2: Paediatric iron deficiency and coeliac disease
The 2021 paediatric masterclass series is delivered in partnership between the Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service and RACGP Queensland.

Learning outcomes:
1. Recognise coeliac disease in children presenting with iron deficiency and/or anaemia.
2. Diagnose and manage children with coeliac disease in collaboration with a specialty service, where necessary.

This webinar is approved for three CPD activity points for the 2020–22 triennium.

Please note: An RACGP number and surname are required at registration to receive CPD points. You must stay for the duration of the webinar to receive three CPD activity points.

Oct 26, 2021 07:00 PM in Brisbane

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Speakers

Dr Sally Campbell
Paediatric Haematologist @Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
Dr Sally Campbell is a paediatric haematologist, trained at Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne. She has an interest haemostasis thrombosis, has published in peer reviewed journals on paediatric thrombosis as well as on inherited and acquired bleeding disorders. She is currently completing her PhD through Monash University examining the Australian experience with inherited bleeding disorders, with a central focus on new treatments for rare bleeding disorders. She is also involved in clinical trials including gene therapy and non-factor replacement strategies.
Professor Nikhil Thapar
Director of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver Transplant service @Queensland Children's Hospital
Professor Nikhil Thapar runs a statewide specialist multidisciplinary clinical service for children with gastrointestinal motility and functional disorders. This service is one of the longest established statewide specialist services in Australia providing tertiary and quaternary gastroenterology, nutrition, hepatology and liver transplant services to Queensland and north New South Wales. He was Academic Lead for Paediatric Gastroenterology and for the national and international Neurogastroenterology and Motility service at Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (London, UK). His research programme has focused on the pathogenesis and treatment of gut motility disorders including the potential of regenerative medicine as novel therapies for the most severe gastrointestinal neuromuscular disorders. Professor Thapar has published >100 original articles in these fields.
Dr Aaron Chambers
GP & GP Liaison Officer @Children's Health Queensland Hospital & Health Service
Dr Aaron Chambers has worked in general practice since 2006. He is passionate about family practice, including paediatrics and obstetric care. Dr Chambers is the GP Liaison Officer for Children's Health Queensland, based at Queensland Children's Hospital. In private practice, he consults regularly, and is a healthcare system innovator. Dr Chambers founded Growlife Medical Group, and is a co-founder of Allergy First, Cub Care Paediatric Urgent Care and Telehealth Platform GPConsults.