The GPCE 2019 conference program has been designed to suit the changing needs of all primary care professionals, with high quality CPD content in four categories: your Practice, your Business, your Life and your Curiosity.

Choose from a range of 7 Active Learning Modules (ALMs) and a wide range of category 2 education sessions and masterclasses that will give you the skills needed to manage the growing burden of chronic disease in general practice.

  • Conference Program

    Choose from 7 Active Learning Modules (ALMs) and 90+ education sessions created to help you manage the growing burden of chronic disease in general practice.

  • Speakers

    Learn from, network with, and pick the brains of some of Australia's top GP, nurse and specialist expert speakers!

  • Active Learning Modules

    Register your place on an Active Learning Module, focused on key clinical areas, earning you 40 RACGP Category 1 points / 30 ACRRM PRPD points per ALM completed.

  • Keynote sessions

    Come and hear from the top innovators, challengers and influencers in primary healthcare, covering the latest ‘hot topics’ facing primary care today.

  • CPR Training

    Take advantage of our CPR training sessions based on the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines and delivered by highly trained paramedics.

  • Nurse Program

    The nurse-specific sessions have been designed to suit the needs of primary health care nurses from around Australia, and give you opportunity to earn up to 15 CPD Points.

  • Four pillars

    The focus for GPCE in 2019 is YOU and each of our sessions fall into one of four categories including your Practice, your Business, your Life and your Curiosity.

  • Online Learning

    Support your face-to-face education with our sister site, ThinkGP - Australia's #1 provider of online accredited CPD education for healthcare professionals.


If you attended GPCE Melbourne 2019 as a delegate and need to complete your evaluation forms in order to receive your CPD points, please log into the Delegate Hub.


If you attended GPCE Melbourne 2019 and would like to access the speaker slides and notes from the sessions you attended, please log into the Delegate Hub.


General practitioners currently have a mandatory requirement to complete a Quality Improvement (QI) activity as part of the current 2017-2019 triennium. The RACGP offer a ‘QI reflection’ activity that can be completed after any Category 1 activity (such as an ALM), which fulfils the QI activity criterion and also awards five Category 2 points.

The QI reflection activity is applicable to GPs who:
    • completed a Category 1 activity and have been allocated points this triennium
    • made changes or improvements in knowledge, attitudes, behaviours, skills, and/or practice systems as a result of the learning

The QI reflection form is available via the myCPD page on the myRACGP website, or through your local RACGP office.


If you are interested in participating at GPCE Melbourne in a sponsoring, exhibiting, speaking or facilitating capacity in 2020, please contact us

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