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The GPCE aims to keep healthcare professionals up to date with new medical developments and innovations by providing unparalleled access to leading experts, medical research, new products and techniques from across Australia. The event features a comprehensive program consisting of seminars, workshops delivered by expert speakers and the biggest exhibition available to Australian healthcare professionals.
The General Practitioner Conference and Exhibition and Practice Nurse Clinical Education delivered a comprehensive and diverse program which aimed to keep general practitioners, practice nurses, practice managers and other health care professionals up-to-date with the latest developments in new evidence based medicine and innovations.
This was achieved through the delivery of over 220 clinical educational sessions and also exhibitors presentations in the exhibition hall at the conference. The topics covered by the sessions included cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and pediatrics all relevant to the resources provided by the ClinicalInfoNet.
With over 100 exhibitors and 1,400 delegates in attendance, Christine Potter and Millie Harford-Mills from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet were able to provide information about the new ClinicalInfoNet website, which provides general practitioners, nurses, and Aboriginal Health Workers with easy access to Indigenous chronic disease resources. The feedback about the ClinicalInfoNet was positive, with many delegates commenting on the usefulness of accessing resources from one place.
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