Registration

RDAQ2024 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. 

Registration is now CLOSED. For any enquiries, please contact the conference team on the below email.

To Contact the Conference Team please email conference@rdaq.com.au

Registration Fees

Please refer to the registration types below for detailed inclusions. All prices are GST-inclusive. Registration is now closed.

Registration Fees

Pre Release RegistrationEarlybird RegistrationStandard RegistrationLate Registration
(until 29 January 2024)(until 11 March 2024)(until 15 May 2024)(on or after 16 May 2024)
Full-time Member$1,125$1,175$1,325$1,425
Full registration for non-member delegates  $1,550$1,670$1,830
Full-time student $780$780 
Member Concession A: Registrars and doctors who have retired from rural practice$845$875$915$990
Member Concession B: Interns, RMOs and members who have retired from medicine$790$820$850$920
Associate Member$1,125$1,175$1,325$1,415
Non-Member Concession A: Registrars $1,325$1,380$1,490
Non-Member Concession B: Interns & RMOs $1,325$1,380$1,490
Members Day Registration (Fri or Sat) $590$660$710
Non-Member Day Registration (Fri or Sat) $750$800$890
Family program$430$450$450N/A
Gala Dinner (Delegate)$125$135$145$155
Ticket inclusions:

Full-time Registration (members, non-members & concessional): attendance at all plenary and concurrent sessions, welcome reception supper and drinks, Friday breakfast sessions, Saturday members forum breakfast (member tickets only), lunch, morning and afternoon tea on Friday & Saturday, Friday night social ticket (including dinner – cash bar available), RDAQ satchel and pen. Like many events we have seen significant price increases over the last 2 years in venue, catering and AV costs. We have needed to change our price structure to accommodate these. Please review pricing carefully as you progress your registration.

Day Registration: attendance at all plenary and concurrent sessions on selected day, selected day catering including breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea, RDAQ satchel and pen, day registration does NOT include networking function tickets. These can be purchased separately.

Spouse/Family program registration: complimentary attendance at the conference official opening and keynote address, one welcome reception supper and drinks package, Friday night social ticket (including dinner – cash bar available), one guest gala dinner ticket (including dinner and drinks package). All other spouse, partner and children’s activities outlined in the QRMFN program (for spouse/partners and children aged under 16).

Conference David Horn Memorial Gala Dinner & Awards: Delegate gala dinner tickets are not included in delegate registration. Delegate dinner tickets are heavily subsidised and are offered at a reduced rate. Additional Gala tickets are available for sponsors and delegates guests.

RDAQ Annual Conference code of conduct

RDAQ aims to create a supportive, non-judgemental, friendly, fun, inclusive, empowering and professional learning environment for everyone to enjoy. Our ‘Code of Conduct’ helps to uphold these community values for our delegates, sponsors, volunteers and staff. We recognise all Australian laws relevant to Discrimination and Sexual Harassment and are committed to safety for our attendees, including feeling safe and supported to raise any concerns with us.

We ask all delegates, sponsors, volunteers and staff to be particularly mindful of their behaviour during licensed networking events. We support our venues to enforce Responsible Service of Alcohol standards.

We are an inclusive organisation and will not tolerate any form of discrimination or harassment. Persons demonstrating behaviours consistent with sexual harassment or discrimination will be asked to leave the conference. Please ensure you respect other attendees’ personal space. 

Cancellation Policy: View our full cancellation policy here 

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.

Accreditation

Please note that RDAQ2024 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 RDAQ2023:
> RACGP – 11 Educational Activity hours
> ACRRM – 11 Educational Activity

Subsidise-a-student

We invite medical delegates to support our subsidise-a-student program.

RDAQ is committed to growing the rural medical workforce of the future. RDAQ2024 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 RDAQ2024. 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.”

JASMIN DAVIS, AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (AMSA)
Rural Doctors Association of Queensland

RDAQ Conference
Phone: 07 3105 7838
Email: conference@rdaq.com.au
Post: GPO Box 1495, Brisbane, Qld 4001

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