Trade and Sponsorship
“The conference was exceptionally well run and really great to be part of. The focus on students was brilliant and the content of the presentations equally so. Really well done.”
RDAQ conference attracts delegates from remote, rural and regional Queensland. Our delegates hail from wide range of medical and health care professionals, educational and government backgrounds.
We offer a range of opportunities for you to get involved. You can select from:
- Major packages
- Session sponsorship
- Networking sponsorship
- Trade exhibition
- Conference advertising
- And more
RDAQ is happy to tailor a package to meet your business needs and budget. If you have a unique idea or concept to enhance your participation at RDAQ2024, please email the Conference Manager or call 07 31057838
80% of delegates reported postal addresses in MM 2-7 locations
93% of delegates highly rated networking events and activities
57% of delegates heard about the conference through previous RDAQ conference attendance
98% of delegates reported learning objectives were ‘entirely or partially met’
33% of delegates attended RDAQ conference for the first time
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.