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For the past 20 years the RDWA has been supporting rural GPs in general practice and emergency medicine, something we intend to continue.
While the 20th anniversary of the RDWA is a milestone worth celebrating, the work you have achieved in that time frame is a much greater achievement.
This year’s rural GP conference provides a high-quality clinical program over two days, complemented by keynote speakers discussing issues facing rural GPs. A pre-conference communication skills workshop will focus on managing difficult situations.
A highlight of the conference will be an address by the National Rural Health Commissioner, Emeritus Professor Paul Worley
Clinical sessions on ultrasound, sedation, paediatric and respiratory emergencies and palliative care will be run as concurrent streams.
The program is designed to enhance and strengthen the skills and information required to continue to support you in practice.
The concurrent Family Program has a range of activities for children of all ages with opportunities for spouses and partners to meet and mingle. A chance on Friday evening to come together for welcome drinks while the kids are occupied nearby will help you relax into a weekend of celebration and learning.
On Saturday evening we will be privileged to honour the RDWA Long Service Medal recipients who are celebrating 25 and 35 years in rural general practice.
The SA Police Band are back by popular demand to provide the soundtrack to dance the night away.
P: 08 8234 8277