Events

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians publishes notices of events and courses as a service to members. Such publication does not constitute endorsement or mandating of any such events or courses.

Events

24

APR

2019

AFRM NSW Wednesday Lecture series

Description
The AFRM conducts NSW Lecture series on the last Wednesday of every month from February to November.

Tags: AFRM

24

APR

2019

Bi-National Training Program (BNTP) series

Description
The April BNTP training series is presented by Dr Senen Gonzalez and Dr Malcolm Hogg.

Tags: AFRM

25

APR

2019

World Congress on Pediatrics and Neonatology

Description
The theme of the Pediatrics and Neonatology 2019 Conference is “Global Child Health and Development, Novel Technology in Child & Infant Care”

25

APR

2019

World Congress on Pediatrics and Neonatology

Description
Global Child Health and Development, Novel Technology in Child and Infant Care

26

APR

2019

Module 2 Examination Preparation Intensive Course in Rehabilitation Medicine

Description
Expressions of interest are sought from rehabilitation trainees for a two-day intensive course at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.

27

APR

2019

AFRM NSW Saturday Lecture Series

Description
AFRM NSW Saturday Lecture Series April's session topic to be announced.

Tags: AFRM

29

APR

2019

SPDP Workshop 2 - Teaching and Learning in Healthcare Settings

Description
RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 2 at Townsville Hospital QLD (Open to all)

29

APR

2019

SPDP Workshop 2 - Teaching and Learning in Healthcare Settings

Description
**Wait list only** RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 2 via online (Open to all).

29

APR

2019

2nd Australasian Diagnostic Error in Medicine Conference

Description
Conference theme: Communicating for safer diagnosis

29

APR

2019

23rd World Nutrition & Pediatrics Healthcare Conference

Description
Nutrition and Pediatrics 2019 assembly will concentrate on the latest and energizing developments in each one of the areas of Nutrition and Pediatrics.

29

APR

2019

SPDP Workshop 1 - Practical Skills for Supervisors

Description
RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 1 at Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston VIC

30

APR

2019

AFPHM Webinar: Implementing Successful Public Health Policies

Description
All members are invited to join the second AFPHM Webinar for 2019: Implementing Successful Public Health Policies, presented by Dr Julia Brotherton.

1

MAY

2019

TAPNA 2019

Description
The Toxicology And Poisons Network Australasia (TAPNA) 2019 conference brings together health care professionals working within the fields of poisons information and clinical toxicology.

2

MAY

2019

SPDP Workshop 3 - Work-based Learning and Assessment

Description
RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 3 at UNSW Rural Clinical School, East Albury NSW (Open to all).

3

MAY

2019

7th BioCeuticals Research Symposium

Description
World experts speak on mood, genes and cognition.

3

MAY

2019

Debriefing Fundamentals

Description
Build confidence in your debriefing skills through this intensive workshop that will assist you develop strategies in apply and improve the way you debrief.

4

MAY

2019

Opportunities in Retirement

Description
Are you thinking about what your vocation holds beyond practice? Join us at RACP Victoria to hear from insightful speakers about the numerous opportunities available in retirement and how to pursue them.

5

MAY

2019

SPDP Workshop 3 - Work-based Learning and Assessment

Description
RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 3 at RACP Congress 2019, Auckland NZ (Open to all).

5

MAY

2019

SPDP Workshop 1 - Practical Skills for Supervisors

Description
RACP Supervisor Professional Development Program - Workshop 1 at the RACP Congress 2019, Auckland NZ (Open to all).

6

MAY

2019

Project management for medical administrators | RACMA Masterclass

Description
This two-day project management masterclass is designed for clinicians to provide skills to effectively plan, organise and implement any change to an organisation.
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