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Date

15 October 2024

Date

The conference is held on Tuesday

Time

8.30am - 4.30pm

Time

This is a full day conference

Location

C3 Convention Centre

Location

C3 Convention Centre, 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart TAS 7004

CPD

6 hours

CPD

Gain 6 CPD hours by attending the conference

Our Acute Care Conference will be held on Tuesday 15 October 2024 in Hobart.

We invite you to come and connect with leading health professionals, listen to the latest contemporary clinical research, and stay informed about the rapidly expanding field of medical advancements. If you are studying, we encourage you to attend and take advantage of the student ticket rate.

  • Event Details

When: Tuesday 15 October 2024 from 8.30am (registrations with a 9.00am conference start) to 4.30pm
Where: C3 Convention Centre, 64 Anglesea St, South Hobart TAS 7004
CPD hours: 6
Early Bird Registrations: Close midday Friday 13 September 2024.
General Registrations: Close midday Friday 11 October 2024.

Cost:
$170 ANMF member
$220 non-member
$120 student

  • Group bookings

Book as a group and save!

Book as a group of 5 and save 10% (ticket price $153 each)

Book as a group of 10 and save 20% (ticket price $136 each)

TO BOOK:
Contact Nicholas Joyce (ANMF/HERC) on (03) 62236777 or email through your contact details to Nicholas.Joyce@herc.tas.edu.au

  • Guest speakers + topics

Introducing our Keynote Speaker – Kerrie Duggan

Kerrie is passionate about helping progress health care reform in primary health care. She has worked in general practice for the past 18 years, initially as a practice nurse and for the past 13 years as a nurse practitioner. She is co-owner of Cygnet Family Practice, a general practice serving the Huon Valley. Kerrie has become increasingly aware of people not being able to access health care on the day they need it. She successfully applied for a state funded grant in 2022 to develop and implement an innovative model of care providing an Urgent and After-Hours Service. This model uses the knowledge, skills and expertise of a nurse practitioner and community paramedic. This model is currently proving to be a solution to the crisis in accessing safe, quality and expert health care in rural Australia.

 We will reveal our wonderful line-up of speakers and topics soon!

  • 2024 Program

2024 Acute Care Conference Program is currently being developed and will be released once finalised.

  • Register

Register for the 2024 Acute Care Conference

  • Sponsors

The ANMF and HERC would like to thank our major sponsor HESTA for their continued support of the Acute Care Conference.

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