Seminars and Events
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GPTEC 2018 Switch On ,Adelaide Convention Centre: 11th to 13th September 2018 will challenge and stimulate, inspire and motivate educators, supervisors, registrars, leaders and funders.
Australia’s Regional Training Organisation network continues to transform and lead the way in training and education with its focus on post-graduate medical education for general practice.
General practitioners work in a complex health system, navigating national and regional policies, guidelines and issues while providing primary care services for each of Australia’s 24+ million citizens – all unique!
This year’s conference GPTEC 2018 Switch On focuses on empowering leaders in all aspects of general practice and primary healthcare. Together we will “dig deep” to explore new techniques in general practice education and rediscover the passion for learning and development.
The International Practitioner Health Summit 2018: The Wounded Healer Thursday 4 October 2018 — Friday 5 October, 30 Euston Square, London.
International Conference on Physician Health, Oct. 11-13 2018, Canada
Registration is now open for the 2018 International Conference on Physician Health® (ICPH), taking place from October 11 to 13 at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto, Canada. Discover research and innovations for improving physician health and wellness around the theme of Driving Meaningful Change: Make it Happen. Make it Matter.
Register now at icph2018.com Take advantage of early bird conference rates until August 30th!
Ikigai: Women & Medicine, Saturday 20th October 2018
A one day event in Brisbane featuring a diverse array of speakers on topics including career progression, wellbeing, gender & medicine, financial health, mentorship, and leadership & influence, as well as the opportunity to network and meet other great women in medicine.
Drawing on the Japanese concept of ikigai or ‘reason for being’ – work, family, passion and talents are all interrelated in bringing joy, fulfilment and balance to the daily routine of life. But finding the ‘sweet spot’ where passion and talents intersect with profession and vocation can be challenging given the pressures of modern medical practice. For many female doctors this is made even harder by having to overcome unconscious bias, structural barriers and competing demands of home life.
Whether you are just starting out in medicine, mid-career or in transition or seeking greater balance, this symposium will explore issues for women in medicine and provide you with practical tools and strategies to help you progress your career, expand your influence and find your ‘sweet spot’.
EAPH – European Association for Physician Health
Oslo, 20-21st May 2019
The EAPH aims to encourage a universally higher standard of support for doctors in difficulty across Europe by providing a forum for: Sharing expertise and good practice on the treatment of doctors by doctors.
UQMind Wine & Die
Wine & Die is an opportunity for medical students to discuss their personal and professional experiences with death and dying in an open, non-judgemental forum.
Hosted by UQMind, the discussion will be facilitated by guest speaker: Dr Sarah Winch
This event is open to medical students from all QLD universities!
$3 (UQMS members)
$5 (non-UQMS members)
TIME & DATE
8th August (Dying to Know Day)
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Metro Arts Theatre
109 Edward Street
Above and Beyond: Fifth Annual Junior Doctor Conference, 23-24 June 2018, Brisbane
Rural Doctors’ Association QLD: 29th Annual Conference, 7-9 June 2018, Brisbane
MLSQ May 2018 Dinner: 31 May 2018, Brisbane. RSVP 24 May 2018.
Thrive in your Junior Doctor Years: 22 March 2018, Brisbane
RACGP 60th Clinical Update: 5-6 May 2018, Brisbane
Mindfulness for Health Practitioners: 10 March 2018, Brisbane
Health Professionals’ Health Conference 2013
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The inaugural Women & Medicine symposium is shaping up to be a great event with our own QDHP’s Dr Margaret Kay speaking. DocHealthQLD is excited to be involved!
myPHN Conference CONCURRENT SESSION | Dr Kate Engelke from Queensland Doctors’ Health Programme speaking on clinician wellness as we strive for quality care.
Did you know? In addition to our 24/7 confidential helpline, QDHP provides education on a breadth of issues including maintaining our health and wellbeing, caring…
QDHP’s own Dr Kate Engelke will be presenting on Clinician Wellness as we strive for quality care on 2nd September 11.45am – 12.30pm