Sydney

GPCE Sydney is over for another year, see you in 2017!

Reed Medical Education hosted the 21st annual General Practice Conference and Exhibition (GPCE) from 20-21 May 2016 at Sydney Olympic Park, welcoming over 1300 attendees and nearly 100 exhibitors to network, continue education, earn QI&CPD points and stay up to date with the latest innovations and treatments relevant to the whole general practice team.

 

FOCUSED ON CONTINUING EDUCATION
GPCE events are highly focused on educational content and the Sydney program this year was packed with over 130 seminars and practical workshops, four ALM sessions and three insightful keynote sessions where delegates could hear from leading industry health professionals.

If you weren’t able to attend the event take a look at our highlights videos below to see what you missed:




Photos will be on our Facebook page soon! Like our GPCE page to see if you made the cut!

SPEAKER NOTES 2016
If you attended GPCE Sydney this year and would like access to the speaker notes and presentations from the sessions, these are available through the Delegate Lounge.

TELL US YOUR FEEDBACK & WIN A $50 MYER VOUCHER
We are continually looking for ways to improve and enhance the overall GPCE experience and the best way for us to do this is for you to have your say.  All respondants will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a $50 Myer voucher – just make sure you fill out the survey before Tuesday 31 May. Click here to complete the survey now!

SAVE THE DATE FOR 2017!
The Sydney GPCE will be back next year, running from 19-21 May 2017 at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park where we will be delivering our biggest and best program yet – make sure you save the date! Keep an eye out on our website, subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on social media to stay tuned!

GPCE is a national event and will also be running in Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne in 2017. Click the links to find out more about show dates and programs.

 

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