With the role of GPs sharply in focus on ADHD care pathways, join Dr John Kramer OAM for an in-depth discussion on the current challenges GPs face with an increasing number of patients seeking assessment, diagnosis and treatment of ADHD.
Hosted by Dr Sarahn Lovett, join us live for this interactive webinar to discuss the many challenges faced by GPs today including better utilisation of Medicare items, referrals, mental health plans and understanding how primary health care should inform specialist care in collaborative models of care.
Registration for this webinar has now closed. All questions and open discussion are welcome to make this webinar as interactive and valuable as possible.
About Our Presenters
Dr John Kramer runs a large private practice in Coffs Harbour, NSW and is one of the few regional GPs able to prescribe stimulant medications.
With a special interest in Developmental Paediatrics, Indigenous Health, Mental Health, Medical Education and Refugee Health, John has lectured at the University of NSW Rural Clinical School, the University of NSW School of Community Medicine and at the Newcastle University Faculty of Medicine.
John was presented with an OAM by Governor-General David Hurley in 2017 for services to medicine as a GP in regional areas. He is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at UNSW Australia Rural Clinical School Coffs Harbour, Chair of the Rural Doctors Network Provost of the National Rural Faculty within the Royal Australian College of GPs and has served as a Casual Director on the AADPA Board since November 2022.
Dr Sarahn Lovett is a General Paediatrician for both the public and private systems delivering care to children and their families with neurodevelopmental challenges such as autism and ADHD. She is the Clinical Lead for ADHD Shared Care at Hunter New England and has led the development of a dedicated ADHD clinic that will soon open in HNEHealth in late 2023.
Sarahn is currently working with NSW Health to develop an online ADHD education module to help all clinicians participate in ADHD shared models care and has served as a Casual Director on the AADPA Board since June 2023.
She is a passionate advocate for equitable and evidenced-based support for neurodiverse children at home, school, and in the community and understands the importance of developing pathways to provide these supports efficiently and effectively across an individual’s lifespan is her goal.