Nurse Program

The 2019 GPCE Melbourne nurse-specific sessions, part of the wider conference program, have been designed to suit the needs of primary health care nurses from around Australia, and help you to meet your continuing professional development requirements.

GPCE Melbourne gives you the opportunity to earn up to 15 CPD points across the weekend, and tailor a bespoke program to meet your learning needs, delivering a range of nurse-specific educational sessions (among the wider conference program which you can also attend!) led by:

Ms Holly Robinson

Mr Robbie Bedbrook

 

Nurse-specific sessions include:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

 

 

THAT'S NOT ALL!

You've seen our nurse-specific sessions, but there's also a whole host of high impact sessions on offer as part of the wider conference program that you can attend. To access the full conference program, click the button below.

 

CPR TRAINING

Take advantage of our CPR training sessions taking place over multiple times across the weekend. These hands-on sessions are based on the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines and are delivered by highly trained paramedics. Find out more.

ACCREDITATION

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia requires nurses and midwives to accrue 20 hours of CPD each year. Participating in the GPCE conference program provides the opportunity for nurses to earn up to 15 CPD points across three days.

 

 

   

ACCREDITATION

If you attended GPCE Melbourne 2018 as a delegate and need to complete your evaluation forms in order to receive your CPD points, please log into the Delegate Hub.

SPEAKER NOTES

If you attended GPCE Melbourne 2018 and would like to access the speaker slides and notes from the sessions you attended, please log into the Delegate Hub.

INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN 2019?

If you are interested in participating at GPCE Melbourne in a sponsoring, exhibiting, speaking or facilitating capacity in 2019, please contact us

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