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Endometriosis Ambassador gets to the heart of the matter

In this week's episode of iHeart Tassie, Olivia Hicks looks at persistent pelvic pain, and a new training program that is helping Tasmanian GPs learn more about how to identify and treat related conditions. Olivia an Endo Australia Ambassador, opened the launch of the new course in Hobart where she was excited about the potential of the course for GPs, 'This learning for GPs is vital. It's the missing element for patients who are looking for treatment and self management strategies for persistent pelvic pain.'

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EndoZone welcomes Vagenius

EndoZone is the 'go to' website for clinicians and patients to find out more about Endometriosis and Adenomyosis. Vagenius Training was approved by EndoZone's Advisory Board and added this week to its resources page. Due to its recently recognised standard of training, just released to support GPs EndoZone want to partner with Vagenius on related pelvic health courses. Their latest course; 'Persistent Pelvic Pain - GP as Team Leader' can be found by GPs who visit the EndoZone site.

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Early, early morning with Ryk Goddard

Ryk Goddard understands why GPs must be upskilled to treat and manage persistent pelvic pain and endometriosis. Dr Emily Ware and Rachel Andrew, Pelvic Health Physio, chat to Ryk about their new Persistent Pelvic Pain course.

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GPs want to learn, patients want them to learn. Let's do it!

It's live! 'Persistent Pelvic Pain - GP as Team Leader', launches in Endometriosis Awareness month. Olivia Hicks, Ambassador for Endometriosis Australia, opened an event in Hobart, to mark the occasion. This comprehensive, trauma informed, inclusive, immediately applicable, eLearning course, is accessible to GPs across Australia.

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It's time to find a Vagenius GP

A submission to the Australian Government, by Vagenius Training Co Founders Rachel Andrew and Colette McKiernan, sets the stage for high quality learning around Women's Pelvic Health for General Practitioners.

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Vagenius Training releases its persistent pelvic pain online course

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Cup of tea? Forty South goes down under

Forty South is all about Lutruwita/Tasmania. Rachel and Colette love working and living here. Journalist Sonia Strong, gets more than she bargained for, when she talked to Founders of Vagenius Training, Rachel and Colette. At least Sonia had a cup of tea from the pot, kept warm with the vulva tea cosy, crocheted by Rachel's mum.

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What do you need to know? A session with GPs about persistent pelvic pain

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Pelvic Physio, Rachel Andrew, chats to Hannah and Emma, Baby Brain podcast creators

Baby Brain podcast talks about pre and post baby pelvic health, with Rachel Andrew, pelvic health physiotherapist.

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ABC Hobart - the clitoris was discovered when?

Clinician to clinician, online learning for GPs, is making an impact with its first pelvic health course.

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Rachel Andrew interviewed for Hobart Magazine

This issue of Hobart magazine features the newly launched online clinician to clinician learning platform, Vagenius Training. Founder Rachel Andrew talks about the Pelvic Health revolution and a partnership with GPs to ensure quality, life changing health care for women.

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Triple M interview Founders of Vagenius Training

Let's talk about the pelvic floor, vulvas and why women are telling their stories.

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