You are warmly invited to the 2020 RDAQ Conference at the ever-popular Gold Coast!
RDAQ 2020 conference will present some fantastic educational, inspirational and conversational content, backed up by the popular networking and social events, the medico-political forum and quality pre-conference workshops.
Be part of the event that helps focus and shape the policies that RDAQ takes into the following year, all while spending time with like-minded colleagues and families from around Queensland.
So if you want to catch up, skill up or rest up, come and be part of the 2020 ‘Bold Dreams Bright Futures’ RDAQ Conference at the Gold Coast!
Dr Clare Walker, President RDAQ
The RDAQ 2020 Family program, provided by QRMFN and funded by Health Workforce Queensland, has been finalised!
This year the QRMFN Family Program will provide a range of activities for spouses, partners and children. We will be starting the program with an official meet and greet with afternoon tea for the spouses and kids before the age appropriate activities begin.
The kids will be creating a tie dye masterpiece they can take home, making sherbet and visiting the local sea animals the Sea World. The spouses will be creating their own masterpiece artwork with a step by step instructor while networking with old friends and meeting new ones. There is the opportunity for spouses to visit the spa and have some time out before celebrating with their partner at the David Horn Gala dinner.
To view the full program visit the website
The newly released Reflection & Wellbeing stream offers three reflective procedural practice sessions each focusing a procedural skill (obstetrics, anaesthetics, endoscopy & surgery) Each of these sessions will offer peer-to-peer case based learning and development.
In addition the stream offers a final concurrent – Achieving financial wellness which is a practical session focusing on building and protecting your personal wealth.
We invite medical delegates to support our subsidise-a-student program.
RDAQ is committed to growing the rural health workforce of the future. RDAQ 2020 is a unique opportunity for medical students to establish networks and rural mentors. Your subsidy will reduce student’s registration cost.
RDAQ manages this program in collaboration with the student rural health clubs in Queensland.
Each medical delegate who nominates to subsidise-a-student is invited to attend the student networking afternoon tea as a mentor. We encourage mentors to share their experience and passion for rural medicine with their nominated student. If you are unavailable to attend the afternoon tea we will invite you to nominate an alternative delegate as the student’s mentor.
If you would like to subsidise-a-student, please complete the section when registering. Your assistance in helping medical students of Queensland is appreciated.
Meet Dr Louis Peachey & Dr Danielle Dries
RDAQ 30th Anniversary Reunion
Change in Concurrent 5 topic
You can be a part of tomorrow, today, by subsidising a Queensland medical student to attend the pivotal conference for rural medicine in Queensland.
The RDAQ 2019 conference team invites abstract and poster submissions inspired by this year’s conference theme RDAQ 30 Years – As time goes by. The selected submissions will be invited to present within the conference program.
Are you a medical student who would like to present at the RDAQ conference?
Each year RDAQ offers an opportunity for medical students to be recognised for their commitment to rural communities by representing the RDAQ Academic Award supported by the RDAQ Foundation.