Keynote sessions

The highly popular keynote sessions are back again in 2018! Come and hear from the top innovators, challengers and influencers in primary healthcare, including the ABC's Dr Norman Swan and covering the latest ‘hot topics’ facing primary care today – you won't want to miss out!

CPD Points: Two Category 2  / 1 CPD hour |  Cost:  Complimentary for all healthcare professionals

Keynote Timetable

  • Friday 14 September

    Official Welcome and Opening Keynote with the ABC's Dr Norman Swan

    Friday 14 September, 11:45pm - 12:45pm

    Join us for the official welcome address and opening keynote session with Dr Norman Swan, multi-award winning producer and broadcaster of the ABC’s Health Report.

    GPs are frequently brow-beaten about how our health system is unsustainable because of the ageing population. This is simply not true on both counts: our system is very sustainable and ….. we are NOT ageing. Ageing is NOT the problem. Has Dr Swan taken leave of his senses? Find out by attending this keynote.


    Speaker:

    Dr Norman Swan

  • Saturday 15 September

    Too Much Medicine?

    Saturday 15 September, 10:00 – 11:00am

    The concept of excessive medical testing has generated debate in clinical and media circles lately. Are GPs really performing tests that provide no benefit and may even cause harm? This thought-provoking keynote discusses the evidence and reviews common tests that GPs should think twice about ordering.


    Speaker:

    Dr Simon Morgan

    Sponsored by:

     

  • Sunday 16 September

     

    Sunday Keynote Session

    Sunday 16 September, 10:00 – 11:00am

    More details soon to be announced!

 

  
 


How to Register:

The keynote sessions are open and complimentary to all visitors of GPCE.

If you have already registered and would like to add the keynotes to your registration, please call 1800 571 960 or email info@gpce.com.au.

For new registrations:

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