GP21: The RACGP’s annual conference is going digital

30/07/2021 Written by Paul Hayes

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GP21: The RACGP’s annual conference is going digital

The theme of this year’s conference, ‘Celebrating members’, is designed to recognise the incredible work GPs have done to keep Australians healthy over the past 12 months.
 
With lockdowns and travel restrictions still looming around the country, the RACGP has made the decision to transform GP21 into a digital conference. It has also been rescheduled to run from Friday to Sunday 19–21 November 2021.
 
This decision was not made lightly, but members’ health and wellbeing, as well as their ability to continue to support the community response to COVID-19, remain the RACGP’s top priority.
 
All session in the GP21 program will be live-streamed and then made available on-demand until 30 June 2022 for anyone who has registered.
 
The conference program includes educational opportunities that touch on various stages of a career in general practice. Here’s some of the highlights.

Clinical

GPs in training
  New Fellows
  Research
   
Visit the GP21 website for further information on presenters, sessions, registrations, FAQs, and more. The conference program is subject to change, so keep an eye out for updates.

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