Fourth Annual Junior Doctor Conference
|Date:||Saturday 1st Jul 2017 - Sunday 2nd July 2017|
|Cost:||Early-bird member rates available until 28 April 2017. Click here to view the rates|
Future Frontiers in Medicine
Introducing an incredible line up of presenters with more to be announced...
Walking the unconventional path in medicine
Dr John Collee, Former Emergency Doctor and Screenwriter of world famous film scripts including Happy Feet, Master and Commander and Walking with Dinosaurs.
Looking to the future of patient-centred care and communication
Dr Renee Lim, Director of Program Development, Pam McLean Centre, Actress and TV Presenter (casted in All Saints, East West 101 and ABC2’s latest program Please Like Me).
Emergency medicine in the ice age: challenges and advice for junior doctors
Professor Gordian Fulde, Senior Australian of the Year 2016, Senior Staff Specialist, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Melbourne (with special appearances on Kings Cross ER).
The story of Australia’s first hand transplant team and what’s on the horizon for transplant surgery
Professor Karen Dwyer, Transplant Physician, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Melbourne Researcher and Deputy Head of School, Deakin University, Victoria.
You asked and we have delivered! This is how your valuable feedback is enhancing JDC
- Clinical skills Simulympics
- Building your career through volunteering overseas
- Wine tasting networking event
- CPD for DITs and attendance certificate for your resume
What’s back by popular demand?
- Junior doctor live issues panel
- Preparing for college interviews with Jane Anderson
- JDC oral and poster research competition
- Gala cocktail party and student/DIT awards
The Junior Doctor Conference 2017 Organising Committee invites you to submit an abstract for a research presentation at JDC 2017. The conference provides a unique opportunity to present your research in the comfortable setting of your peers, as well as having eminent health researchers available to provide guidance and feedback. Presenting at JDC is also the perfect way to build your resume and presentation skills.
Abstracts will be considered for either an oral presentation of 10-minutes duration or a poster presentation. The best oral and poster presentations will each be awarded a prize in the conference closing session. Abstract submissions will open on Monday 6 February 2017 and close on Friday 28 April 2017 for judging.
For any enquiries, please contact Holly Bretherton, General Manager - Member Relations & Communications on (07) 3872 2248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early-bird member rates end 28 April 2017
We completely understand that rosters may not be known during the early-bird registration period. However, we encourage you to register early to secure the early-bird rate by Friday 28 April 2017, and if you need to transfer your registration to a colleague, or cancel at a later stage prior to the conference due to rostering requirements, we will accommodate these changes without penalty and provide a full refund.
Brush up on your crisis management and emergency clinical skills in this live healthcare simulation
Simulympics will entail two sweaty, blood-spattered teams of four doctors in training, from two of Queensland’s busiest and feistiest emergency departments. Side-by-side, watch the teams battle it out against the clock for 40 minutes, navigating an obstacle course of broken body parts, spurting arteries and crunching ribs (made out of finest Laerdal plastic).
An expert judging panel from CSDS will put them through their paces. The session will be played up on the big screen and a final assessment provided at the end.