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Join us at Australia’s premier conference for rural and remote doctors!

Co-hosted by Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA), the annual Rural Medicine Australia (RMA) conference brings together a global community of Rural Generalists, rural consultant specialists, students, doctors in training, supervisors, medical educators and allied-health practitioners to celebrate your passion for delivering safe, culturally appropriate and consistent healthcare to rural and remote communities.

About RMA23

We acknowledge the Muwinina people, the traditional owners of the Land on which we will gather for RMA23 at the Hobart Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hotel Grand Chancellor from Wednesday, 18 October to Saturday, 21 October.

Attending WONCA 2023 on Gadigal Country, Sydney? RMA23 is thrilled to be an official pre-event for the World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA) World Conference, meaning not only will you catch up with and meet colleagues from around Australia, but you will have the unique opportunity to network with rural specialists from around the world while experiencing the rich culture of Hobart.

Join us for RMA23 and find your tribe!

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Conference details

Dates: 18 - 21 October

Location: Hobart Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

Key dates*
  • Early bird ticket sale: TBC
  • Standard ticket sale: TBC
  • RMA23 abstracts submissions: TBC
  • RMA23 Future Gens bursaries: TBC

*Dates subject to change by the conference organisers

 

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Take a look at RMA22

1000

attendees

100+

educational and clinical sessions

80+

sponsors and exhibitors

10

exciting social functions

3

action packed days

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ACRRM and RDAA acknowledge the deep history and culture of the Island and pay respect to the Muwinina people as the traditional owners of the Land upon which we will gather. We also acknowledge and recognise all Tasmanian Aboriginal Communities of whom have survived invasion and dispossession and continue to maintain their identity and culture.