Our seventh annual weekend CPD conference is happening! Although we are unable to bring participants together this year, “Neurosurgery: Back to Basics” is being presented as a virtual event. The conference will feature presentations from Briz Brain & Spine specialists and is targeted at General Practitioners.
This activity is being presented in collaboration with our education partner, Inovating Pty Ltd, and is pending approval for 40 RACGP CPD points.
Our virtual conference is being held over two days on 8 & 22 August and places are limited so book now!
To view the invitation and program for Day 1 of our virtual conference, please click here.
To register your attendance, click here.
Our sixth annual weekend conference, held at the Sheraton Mirage, Gold Coast was a huge success. The conference provided a comprehensive update on all aspects of neurosurgery and spinal surgery, featuring presentations from a variety of disciplines.
This year we were proud to present a live telecast from of Prof. David Walker completing a Lumbar Microdiscectomy from The Wesley Hospital. The session provided the audience an opportunity to view a full surgery and ask Prof. Walker any questions that arose during the procedure. This new interactive technology is an exciting addition to our always evolving conference program.
Patient and staff safety is our highest priority at Briz Brain & Spine.
For patients with appointments, if you are suffering any symptoms such as fever, dry cough, sore throat, tiredness or shortness of breath or have recently travelled interstate, overseas or been in contact with someone who has returned from interstate or overseas, or have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, please contact our friendly reception team before attending the clinic. A telehealth appointment may be an alternative method of speaking with our surgeons.
During this current outbreak of Covid-19 coronavirus we want to assure all of our patients that we will continue to implement procedures to maintain a hygienic clinical environment. This includes:
- Disinfecting and wiping down all treatment surfaces
- Regular cleaning of rooms and shared equipment
- Thorough cleaning of all communal items including reception chairs, tables, door handles, pens and other shared items
- All staff have access to infection control procedures and training to implement these as necessary
We are carefully monitoring the directions and advice of Queensland Health, the Australian Government Department of Health and the World Health Organization. In the meantime, it is still business as usual and our doors are open.
Briz Brain & Spine wishes to apologise for the inconvenience caused and thanks you for your cooperation and understanding during this unprecedented situation.