Along with a jam-packed conference full of motivational speakers, social networking events, and workshops, you also have the opportunity to gain extra Professional Development Points by attending a pre- or post-conference course on the Gold Coast.

ACRRM members will receive a discount to the below ACRRM-run courses and will have any PDP points added automatically to their program.

Watch this space… More courses to be announced soon.

Tuesday 22- Wednesday 23 October 2019.
Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST)

This two-day emergency medicine course covers many of the common emergencies in rural practice that are relevant to the pre-hospital, small rural hospital and private rural practice environment.

Wednesday 23 and Sunday 27 October 2019
Advanced Life Support (ALS)

This one-day course was developed to meet the needs of general practitioners in the management of common emergencies in rural practice. The course incorporates key aspects of Advanced Life Support skills in accordance with the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines.

Wednesday 23 October 2019
Mental Health (face to face)

This face-to-face workshop covers: depression and risk, chronic care and comorbidity, anxiety and somatisation, patient education and support, and using medication and chronic care.

Sunday 27 October 2019
Rural Emergency Obstetrics Training (REOT)

This one-day workshop is designed to equip non-obstetric practitioners with vital emergency obstetric skills and covers normal birthing procedures as well as common birthing emergencies. 

Sunday 27 October 2019
Ultrasound in Rural Emergency Medicine

This hands-on workshop uses live patient models and offers an introduction and instruction on the use of ultrasound in emergency medicine, trauma, and critical care for the rural generalist or general practitioner with minimal experience in using ultrasound in practice.

Sunday 27 October 2019
ASHM Hepatitis B s100 Prescriber Course

This interactive course will give primary care practitioners the tools to confidently diagnose, treat and manage hepatitis B in their practice. Successful completion of the training and online multiple-choice assessment will accredit community-based medical practitioners to prescribe s100 highly specialised drugs for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B.