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Type: In-person
29 Jul, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (AWST)


For more information:
Email: WA events
Call: 08 9489 9555


RACGP Members: $99

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Early Career GP Conference

In-person 29 Jul, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (AWST)

Navigating your first five years of RACGP Fellowship

Have you just received (or are about to receive) your Fellowship? If you're wondering what you need to know as you begin your career, the RACGP WA New Fellows Committee present the 2023 Early Career GP Conference to answer all your questions and more.

Transitioning from a GP in training to an independent, fellowed GP is a major career (and life) changing milestone. To assist, this must-attend one-day conference explores:

  • Finance for New Fellows – Dr Dev Raga (via Zoom)
  • Top tips for New Fellows – Dr Mary Wyatt
  • The art of consulting – Dr Sean Stevens
  • Bill like a pro + Avoiding pitfalls – Dr Jags Krishnan
  • Keeping the GP spark alive – Dr Nicole Higgins 
  • Accounting and tax
  • New Fellows Panel 
  • Networking with fellow new GPs, Council and speakers

Designed by GPs for GPs, the conference offers exciting and relevant topics in a relaxed setting, followed by a sundowner to unwind afterwards. Partners are welcome to join the sundowner complimentary from 4.00 pm.

Venue: QT hotel, 133 Murray Street Perth


Dr Sean Stevens
Principal GP and practice owner at Next Practice

Dr Sean Stevens has been a GP for over 20 years, 18 of them as a practice owner. Sean’s previous practice was awarded the Australian General Practice of the Year and Sean has been awarded the Australian GP Supervisor of the Year. Sean has supervised over 30 doctors in their training to become specialist GPs. Sean is the immediate-past Chair of the WA Faculty of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, the peak body representing 4,000 GPs in WA. Sean’s interests include men’s mental health, worker’s compensation and work injuries, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, haemochromatosis and skin. When not at work, Sean loves socialising, spending time with his family, and travel.


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