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11th Annual Urology in General Practice Virtual Symposium

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
1 day

Invitation

On behalf of the University of Melbourne and Austin Hospital, we warmly invite you to be a part of the 11th Annual Urology in General Practice Virtual Symposium — UroGP 2020 on Saturday 14 November 2020.

UroGP is a half day forum which explores complex urology health issues relevant to General Practitioners (GPs), and also touches on the latest solutions available to patients and innovative new developments in the urology field. This symposium represents Australia’s leading forum on urological health specifically for GPs, and was started in 2010 due to the vital need for GPs to further their understanding of urological issues, symptoms and treatments for patients young and old. GPs will still be able to claim CPD points for their attendance.

UroGP also communicates the latest cost effective treatments available for urological issues via the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).

Hosting UroGP as a virtual symposium will allow for a larger national attendance, presenting a valuable marketing opportunity for organisations interested in reaching and educating GPs focused on quality diagnosis, care and treatment of patients with urology issues. A range of partnership packages and display opportunities are available for this one-day forum, to help your organisation reach this valuable market.

Type
Delivery
Title
11th Annual Urology in General Practice Virtual Symposium
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Urology
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
1 day
Start Date
14-Nov-2020
End Date
14-Nov-2020
Price
Free
Price Details
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