The Royal Australasian College of Physicians NT ASM brings together experts from Australia and abroad to share ideas, acquire new knowledge and develop unique insights that will help improve your practice.
Featuring a keynote address from Young Australian of the Year in the UK, Dr Geordan Shannon, the ASM begins Friday, 26 October in Darwin and concludes on Saturday, 27 October.
- International expert speakers sharing personal insights into the global issues of vulnerability, resilience and health inequalities
- Thought provoking discussions focussing on issues relating to homelessness, migrant and displaced workers, children at risk, gender equity, vulnerability and power
- Environmental issues in the NT and the impact on health
The Meeting kicks off with workshops on innovation surrounding Arts in Health and Medicine, and the importance of advocacy.
The exceptional achievements of local trainees are also being honoured, with 2018 RACP Trainee Research Awards and the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM) Gerry Murphy Prize presentation taking place on Saturday afternoon.
A Trainees’ Breakfast and Boat Cruise Dinner will provide opportunities to meet new people and network with colleagues.
Clinicians in Alice Springs can access the ASM via a live stream in the RED Centre Auditorium at Alice Springs Hospital.
Registration is essential at www.ntasm.com.au
For additional information contact the NT Regional office on (08) 8465 0972 or email RACPNT@racp.edu.au