As a provider of GP continuing professional development, we deliver training activities on male reproductive and sexual health and associated conditions.
GPs that complete the RACGP/ACRRM endorsed training activities will receive a complimentary orchidometer (one orchidometer per person; restricted to Australian residents only).
If you've never completed a training activity with us, you'll need to register through our eLearning portal.
|Course title||Course description||Course type||RACGP QI&CPD points||ACRRM PDP points|
|Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in older males: a case study||This training activity provides a clinical overview and suggestions for communication strategies to assist GPs in the diagnosis and management of prostate problems in older male patients. The case study describes the presentation of a patient with lower urinary symptoms and outlines a systematic approach to management of benign prostatic hyperplasia in the general practice setting.||2 hours||4 points||2 CPD hours|
|PSA testing in general practice: a case study approach||This interactive online case-based learning activity will support general practitioners to better understand, interpret and manage challenging prostate-specific antigen cases in general practice. The training activity will provide further education to GPs, providing clinical reasoning prompts to support decision making and indications for referral.||2 hours||4 points||2 CPD hours|
|A lot of Aboriginal men sort of keep it to themselves: communicating specific men's business||The aim of this training activity is to provide health professionals with culturally appropriate education to enhance their knowledge to better engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male patients, in particular to discuss sensitive sexual health issues and the associations between chronic disease and erectile dysfunction.||Online learning or DVD (2 hours)||4 points||2 CPD hours|
|Addressing the sensitive topics of fertility and preconception health with your male and female patients||An online training activity covering the sensitive topics of supporting fertility and preconception health with your male and female patients.||2 hours||4 points||2 CPD hours|
|ANZARD 3.0 Male factor infertility: a clinical update||Following changes to the ANZARD data dictionary in January 2020, IVF clinics are required to collect male factor infertility aetiology and sperm density data. The content in this educational resource will provide support to IVF clinicians on the 12 aetiology categories for male factor infertility now required and how to record this data in ANZARD 3.0.||1.5 hours||n/a||n/a|