Conference Program 2021

The RDAQ 2021 program runs from Thursday to Saturday night, plus an additional one day of pre-conference workshops.

Sessions will include:

  • Clinical updates and new skills sessions
  • Topical presentations
  • Discussion forums
  • Policy presentations
  • Medico-political forum
Pre-Conference Workshops: Thursday 24 June
Thursday 24 June 2021
RDAQ pre-conference workshop 1:
Mental health disorders training
This workshop will address skills required for effective treatment of mental health in rural and remote settings and will focus on assessment, planning and review. View Full Program
Sponsored by ACRRM
Delegates & ACRRM Members $700
Non-delegate   $890Accreditation:

  • ACRRM: 8 Educational activity hours
  • MHST MOPS credit
  • GPMHSC: able to access Medicare items 2715 & 2717

Thursday 24 June 2021
RDAQ pre-conference workshop 2:
Ultrasound in soft tissue assessment
This hands on workshop will provide an overview of soft tissue ultrasound and musculoskeletal pattern
recognition, including common pathologies, artefacts and the avoidance of common inaccuracies encountered in practice. View Full Program Sponsored by Australian Institute of Ultrasound 

Delegate $820
Non-Delegate  $990Accreditation:

  • ACRRM: 8 Educational activity hours + Rural Procedural Grant (Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics , Surgery & Anaesthetics )

  • RACGP: 40 Accredited Activity points + Rural Procedural Grant (Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics , Surgery & Anaesthetics )

Thursday 24 June 2021
RDAQ pre-conference workshop 3:
Doctors in Training Rural Clinical Skills

This interactive workshop offers parallel workstations catering for doctors in training (students, interns & registrars). View Full Program

Provided by Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway

Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway

Student, interns and registrars $50
Thursday 24 June 2021

RDAQ pre-conference forum

Queensland rural & regional consultants forum
RDAQ looks forward to hosting our inaugural Rural & Regional Consultants Forum.Consultants and other specialists providing services to rural and remote Queensland are invited to attend.
No Cost: Express your interest in attending when registering for RDAQ
You can view the Full program and social events for RDAQ 2021

 

Affiliated Events
 Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network Forum

Provided by Department of Health

To coincide with the RDAQ 31st Annual Conference, the Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network Forum is scheduled for Wednesday 23 June 2021 at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast. Further information to follow. REGISTRATIONS:

Open soon

VENUE: RACV Royal Pines Resort, Ross Street, Benowa

Pre-Hospital and Emergency Care

Provided by ACRRM

Hosted by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC) course consolidates participants’ emergency skills that are required when working in unfamiliar or challenging environments. Learn real-world practical skills through a range of emergency scenarios that you may encounter as a Rural Generalist, such as preparing for patient care situations outside the clinic or hospital. REGISTRATIONS:

VENUE: TBC

Sunday 27 June 2021 & Monday 28 June 2021

Rural Emergency Skills Training

Provided by ACRRM

The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine’s Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST) course gives you the skills and confidence required to deal with emergencies in your rural community.
Run over two-days and delivered as a hands-on course, REST covers many of the common emergencies that are likely to present in the pre-hospital, small rural hospital, and private rural practice environment.
REGISTRATIONS:

VENUE: TBC