2021 Registration

We are excited about seeing everyone in 2021, places will fill fast, so we recommend submitting an EOI to ensure you stay up to date.

RDAQ 2021 conference registration brochure will be available in late January 2020. Registration will open soon for RDAQ members.

If you are not a member currently you can join RDAQ now, visit rdaq.com.au or call us on 07 3221 4444 OR express your interest in attending RDAQ 2021 and we will let you know when general registration is open.

For RDAQ Members Pre-release registration will open in early November.

The password to access the site will be emailed to you with your membership renewal paperwork in early November.

If you have carried over your registration following the cancellation RDAQ2020, we will email our new program so you can nominate your sessions for RDAQ2021.

 


Join RDAQ and save!

RDAQ members enjoy generous registration discounts.

Join RDAQ prior to or when registering for RDAQ 2021 conference and maximise your savings.

Extra savings are available for GP registrars, interns and associate members. Community members and other health professionals can join RDAQ as associate members.

For more information call us on 07 3221 4444 OR visit rdaq.com.au

 


Professional development

Please note that RDAQ 2021 will apply for both RACGP and ACRRM points – accreditation pending. More information will become available closer to the conference. To assist potential delegates, please note the points below were credited for RDAQ 2019:

RACGP – 29 category 2 points
ACRRM – 15 core points


Subsidise-a-student

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.


Registration types

Full-time registration includes
(members, non-members and concessional)

  • Welcome reception supper and drinks
  • Breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea on Friday & Saturday
  • Friday night social ticket (including dinner – cash bar available)
  • Conference gala dinner and awards ticket (including pre-dinner reception, dinner and drinks package)
  • RDAQ 2020 satchel, pen, handbook, plenary and concurrent sessions

Day registration includes

  • Selected day catering including breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea
  • RDAQ 2020 satchel, pen, handbook, plenary and concurrent sessions on selected day
  • Day registration does NOT include networking function tickets. These can be purchased.

Spouse networking registration includes

  • Complimentary attendance at the conference official opening and key note address
  • Welcome reception supper and drinks package
  • Friday night social ticket (including dinner – cash bar available)
  • Conference gala dinner and awards ticket (including pre-dinner reception, dinner and drinks package)
  • All other spouse, partner and children’s activities outlined in the QRMFN program are sponsored by QRMFN as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting rural medical families. These activities are free for spouse /partners, and children under the age of 16, some activities may have charges for children aged 16 and over and additional adults accompanying the family.