Melbourne Children's GP Paediatric Update 2019
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The Melbourne Children's GP Paediatric Update (GPPU) will be held at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, on Saturday 12th October 2019.
This GPPU is designed specifically for General Practitioners (GPs) and will provide practical paediatric education on a range of issues at the forefront of paediatric health and wellbeing. It will bring together GPs and trainees with a shared interest in providing optimal care for children and adolescents in the community.
The program comprises interactive presentations and workshops from paediatric experts designed to update GPs on a number of paediatric issues relevant to general practice. For example, there will be updates on behaviour and development, enuresis and an expert panel to discuss allergies, eczema and anaphylaxis.
The full program can be viewed here.
Nominating your preferred parallel interactive workshop
The Saturday afternoon program will consist of four parallel interactive workshops. We ask that you nominate your preferred parallel workshop when booking. Please note capacity for each workshop is limited and your preference is not guaranteed.
Early Bird pricing: available until 14 September 2019 inclusive
Limited number of trainee tickets will be available
Eventbrite booking fee and GST is in addition to ticket price
Please note this is a family friendly event. A separate room will be provided for delegates to live stream the presentations while attending to their infants and small children. Delegates are still required to supervisie their children as there will be no childcare on site.
Car Parking - see the RCH website for parking options.
Cancellation: If you need to discuss cancellation of your attendance, please contact the GPPU Organising Committee at gp-puunimelb.edu.au. Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before your event start date. As per Eventbrite policy, the Eventbrite booking fee is non-refundable.
The GPPU is run and coordinated by the Department of Paediatrics, The University of Melbourne.