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6.30–8.30 pm, Wednesday 7 August 2019
RACGP House, 34 Harrogate St, West Leederville
RACGP Specific Interests Sport and Exercise Medicine and RACGP Victoria are pleased to present this information and member networking event in conjunction with parkrun Australia.
parkrun Australia supports more than 350 communities around the country with delivering free community events in areas of open space every Saturday morning. More than 560,000 people in Australia participate. Each parkrun is a volunteer-led, five-kilometre event that aims to empower everyone within a community to get involved.
The wide-reaching benefits of parkrun led to the development of a social prescribing initiative with the Royal College of General Practitioners in the United Kingdom (UK).
Join parkrun Australia's President, Scott Watkins, who will explain:
He will be joined by Western Australian GPs, Dr Gill Cowen and Dr Tim Koh, who provide personal reflections on parkrun and social prescribing.
This information and networking event will provide you with an opportunity to meet with and learn from your colleagues who are interested in exploring this simple way of empowering patients to make positive lifestyle changes for the improvement of their health and wellbeing.
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