RDAQ 2024 will offer an inclusive and challenging program that will compel our delegates to create change for their communities, colleagues, patients
The RDAQ 2024 annual conference will be held in Meanjin | Brisbane from 20-22 June. In 2024 our team aims to deliver an inspiring RDAQ program through a line-up of informative, interactive, and thought-provoking sessions, policy discussion, and forums.
We will be opening members’ pre-release registration in November and will go live to the public at the end of January 2024. To be notified when we open, please use the “contact us” tab to leave us your details to connect with you when we open registrations.
To contact the Conference Team please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join RDAQ and save!
If you join RDAQ before or as part of your registration you are eligible to register for the conference at member discounted rates. Extra savings are available for GP registrars, interns and associate members. Community members and other health professionals can join RDAQ as associate members.
To become a member visit RDAQ member page or phone 07 3221 4444.
Please note that RDAQ 2024 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 2023:
> RACGP – 11 Educational Activity hours
> ACRRM – 11 Educational Activity
We invite medical delegates to support our subsidise-a-student program.
RDAQ is committed to growing the rural medical workforce of the future. RDAQ 2024 is a unique opportunity for rural doctors to encourage medical students to establish networks and connections with rural doctors.
Your subsidy directly reduces the cost for students to attend RDAQ 2024. RDAQ manages this program in collaboration with the four 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 rural ambassador. We encourage ambassadors to share their experience and passion for rural
medicine with the students.
“RDAQ conference is so important for students to be able to see that rural practice is not just about the job, it’s also about the people and the collegiality that exists in this profession as well as to see the career progression they can achieve in rural medicine.”