Breakfast Serial

What’s on the menu?

Which of these animals best describes your morning clinical persona?

a) An early bird who likes to take in morning webinars with your cereal

b) Atech connected cat who plugs into zoom meetings while walking the dog, driving the kids to school or commuting to work

c) A coffee fuelled busy bee who is already at work by 8am, linking in live to webinars whilst checking your work inbox

d)A sleepy bear who likes to sleep in thanks, but will see you at the evening sessions

If you are a, early bird, a connected cat or a busy bee, then DiSS Breakfast Serial is for you!

(We’ll see you sleepy bears at Project ECHO!)

DiSS Breakfast Serial are breakfast meetings for busy DiSS GP and nurses to help you keep up to date on the latest in guidelines and therapeutics for adolescents.

CHECK OUT OUR BREAKFAST MENU – sessions run from 8-8.45 via zoom once per term or for the all day breakfast option you view recorded content 

Term 2
Option 1) Session 1
Sex on Toast
with Sexual Health Victoria

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Sexual health and contraception short orders
Serving updates on:

STI guidelines
LARCS in teens
Unintended pregnancy management

Our expert chefs from Sexual Health Victoria will be looking after your dietary requirements

Term 3
Option 2) Session 2
Opening the cereal box of Brief Interventions
with Orygen

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A Mental Health cereal for wellbeing and meeting those basic needs.
Opening the box on Brief interventions:

Shared decision making
Eating well
Behavioural Activation

Our expert chefs from Orygen Youth will be taking you beyond the HEADSS assessment and sharing their serving suggestions for evidence informed practice.

Term 4
Option 3) Session 3
The gender agenda
with Royal Children’s Hospital

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The gender agenda.
At this session our expert chefs from the Department of Adolescent Medicine at the Royal Children’s Hospital will cover strategies for supporting young people presenting with concerns about their gender, how best to engage families, and resources for providing other support.