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Identifying and treating panic disorder
Explore how health professionals can identify, assess, diagnose, and evaluate treatment therapies for people experiencing panic disorder.
  • Identify comorbidities and the biological and environmental factors that increase the risk of developing panic disorder.
  • Discuss how to identify, assess and diagnose panic disorder.
  • Evaluate therapeutic approaches suitable for treatment of panic disorder.
  • Discuss the importance of collaboration and appropriate referrals when providing care to people living with panic disorder.  

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  • Katie Dobinson (she/her), Clinical Psychologist, NSW
  • Dr. Catherine Eltringham, GP, Vic
  • Dr. John Lam-Po-Tang, Psychiatrist, NSW
Facilitator: Professor Stephen Trumble, General Practitioner


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