- Our GPTEC 2018 presentation picks for the week
- Introducing our Gold Partner, RACGP
- More hand-picked GPTEC 2018 presentation suggestions for you
- GPTEC 2018 suggestions tailored just for you PLUS we introduce our closing keynote speaker
- Announcing our Platinum Partnership with Flinders University, Prideaux Centre!
- We are excited to welcome our Silver Partner: Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine!
- The GPTEC 2018 conference program is now available – which sessions will you attend?
- Call for Abstracts extended to Wednesday, 21 March 2018
- Abstract submissions will close in three days – do not miss out!
- Get excited – registrations for GPTEC 2018 are now open!
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RELATED CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
From the Torres Strait to Cunnamulla, Queensland rural doctors and health professionals have diverse backgrounds and experience a spectrum of practice settings.
This years’ theme COME TOGETHER Many journeys: Common ground created an opportunity to come together to connect with each other and update across a variety of rural and remote health topics. The conference is ideal for remote, rural and regional practitioners, students, policy leaders and health administrators.
RDAQ 2018 is a unique opportunity to share experiences, develop new skills and connect with colleagues.
NB Medical, Britain’s market leader in GP education has joined forces with Medcast, to bring you a one-day, face-to-face, CPD opportunity that will have you coming back year after year. Hot Topics is a lecture style course for GPs that includes:
- The latest pertinent medical research, GP guidelines and papers presented by GPs.
- A series of short presentations including recent findings from the medical literature which are pertinent for GPs.
- The presentations are snappy, focused, fun and interactive. The atmosphere is light, relaxed and friendly.
- A detailed reference book which summarises the evidence from around approximately 150 clinical Hot Topics which are commonly dealt with in primary care. This will enable you to practice evidence-based medicine with the latest research at your fingertips.
Evidence-based medicine for primary care – fun, interactive, chunked and not-to-be-missed, especially if you don’t have time to read all the latest research.
Dates: SYDNEY, NSW – 19 May 2018 – International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
MELBOURNE, VIC – 26 May 2018 – Melbourne Convention Centre
ADELAIDE, SA – 02 Jun 2018 – Stamford Plaza Adelaide
PERTH, WA – 09 Jun 2018 – Perth Convention Centre