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Exercise is Medicine Workshop

Event Details


29 May 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm




Allied Health, General Practice

CPD Allocation:

4 Category 2 RACGP points


Wentworth Healthcare


Wentworth Healthcare, Suite 1, Level 1, Werrington Park Corporate Centre, Kingswood

Key Presenter/s:

Dr Bobby Cheema, PhD, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University


Presented by an accredited exercise physiologist, this interactive two-hour workshop details the role of physical activity in the prevention and management of chronic disease by treating physical activity as a vital sign. The suite of resources made available to participants will support them in their assessment, management and referral of patients with and at risk of chronic disease.

Learning outcomes:

  • Describe how exercise, including resistance training, can be used to prevent and manage patients' chronic conditions
  • Recognise the importance of graded exercise therapy in relation to patient safety
  • Recall key aspects of the Australian Physical Activity Guidelines
  • Discuss behaviour change strategies specific to the adoption of physical activity
  • Outline existing physical activity assessment tools in medical software including Medical Director and Best Practice


RACGP: 4 Category 2 points

APNA: 2 CPD hours (self-reported)

ACCRM: 2 Core points (self-reported)

PBA: 4 group 2 points (self-reported)


6.30pm l Register and light dinner

7.00pm l Presentation

9.00pm l Close

For further information, please contact Rita Ayoub on 4708 8100

RSVP date:

24 May 2018

RACGP activity number:



Exercise is Medicine Australia

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