Recognising, diagnosing and managing dementia in general practice

By Dementia Training Australia

  • Foundational
  • 4 hours
  • Online Course
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Explore the most up to date advice on dementia in the General Practice setting. Various health professionals share their knowledge, experience and insights in dementia research, education and care.

Dementia Diagnosis and Support



Continuing Professional Development (CPD) :
4 hours

Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, staff should be able to:
  • Argue that dementia is a significant 21st century health issue.
  • Identify the types of dementia commonly seen in General Practice.
  • Prioritise the importance of a timely dementia diagnosis in primary care.
  • Recognise the barriers to the diagnosis of Dementia in General practice.
  • Identify the medical and social impact of dementia on the individual, family and broader community.