What supports are in place for doctors? How to you talk with a doctor-colleague who might be unwell?
A networking event for medical practitioners, nurses and allied health practitioners
Doctors' Health NT team will be presenting an information session to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians NT Committee
Doctors for doctors training is for interested experienced doctors, as well doctors who wish to gain an understanding of Doctors' Health NT
Dr Geoff Toogood founded this online movement after he had his mental health/wellness questioned due to wearing odd socks! He urges everyone to stop the stigma in medicine. This is now an annual day - 1 June
ustralian NZ Doctors in Recovery is a doctors’ mutual support group in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other substances. Dentists, vets and other health professionals with doctoral level qualifications are also welcome to join.
Discussion on doctors' mental health with esteemed panelists, including Federal Health Minister, Greg Hunt
We offer a very relevant annual one-day training seminar exclusively to those doctors in our GP network. *Numbers limited.
Annual conference and research/scientific health forum hosted by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA).
GPTEC 2018 Switch On focuses on empowering leaders in all aspects of general practice and primary healthcare. Together we will “dig deep” to explore new techniques in general practice education and rediscover the passion for learning and development.
Connecting health professionals’ wellbeing and quality care.
The Northern Territory Regional Committee of the RACP is hosting their Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in Alice Springs on Friday 27th & Saturday 28th October 2017. The ASM will commence Friday afternoon with the Doctors' Health & Wellness Seminar, with a presentation from Doctors' Health NT, and Alice Springs local doctor, GP Dr Sam Heard. A panel discussion will then follow including Dr Heard and members of the RACP. The broader ASM includes a full educational program partnering with Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute.
The Compass Teaching and Learning Conference is a professional development and networking event for Northern Territory (NT) primary health care professionals.
An opportunity to learn about improving the health of our medical colleagues and facing the challenges of practice whilst maintaining their own health. Whether you are involved in treating or caring for colleagues or a practitioner looking for ways to improve your own resilience the Conference promises to be a chance to reflect and recharge – Registrations open 1 March 2017.
Every second year the National Rural Health Conference is held in one of Australia's regional centres and brings together current and future leaders of the nation's rural and remote health sector.