Conference for GPs, dentists and Specialist
PERSIA MEDICAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM
There will be a series of presentations and interactive case studies during this conference.
A wide range of endocrine disorders will be discussed and updated including:
- Thyroid disease
- Fertility issues in men and women
This series of talks and case studies will cover:
- New hip replacement methods
- Knee problems
- Back pain
- Shoulder problems
- Pre and post-operative management of orthopaedic surgery patients
Each of our professional development programs is designed to address topics of interest and relevance to our delegates and their practices.
Our Academic Advisory Committees, comprised of practitioners from a range of fields of practice, endeavour to source the best possible speakers to provide a series of presentations, workshops, case studies and panel discussions for each conference.
Unconventional Conventions’ director for the past 20 years is a practicing doctor who takes great pride in offering a comprehensive, stimulating and appropriate academic program. Unconventional Conventions aims to ensure that the combination of lectures, workshops, hospital visits, training activities and clinic in the community make up more than 50% of daily activities during the main conference tour.
Many of our travel destinations provide an opportunity for local professional contribution and cultural exchange through workshops and structured visits to local clinics.
Our conference programs are prepared over a 12 month period and full details are available 3 months prior to the conference. Unconventional Conventions is an accredited education provider for RACGP. Application for ACRRM points is made for each conference. Certifiable CPD with the RNZCGP. Specialists may apply for CPD points at their own discretion.
Dentists are required to assess the relevance of each CPD program to their work to ensure that the course is maintaining, improving and broadening their knowledge, expertise and competence, and developing personal and professional qualities required in their professional lives.
Current Academic Advisory Committee members
Dr Diana Hart OAM
GP in Brookvale, NSW, with interests in travel medicine (ISTM international certificate – CTH 2008), sports medicine (M Sp Med (UNSW) 2001), shared antenatal care (currently on the Northern Area Committee), and Skin cancer (Healthcert skin cancer medicine and surgery certificates).
Dr Jayne Ingham
GP in North Lakes, Queensland, involved in education, teaching of GP registrars and medical students from the University of Queensland . She is Chair of GP partners which is a GP network in Metro North Brisbane. She arranges education sessions for GPs with local specialists and on relevant topics and writes the GP partners monthly bulletin.
A/Prof Ralph Audehm
GP in Carlton, Victoria, and is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne. He has had a long-standing interest in the management of chronic conditions in General Practice especially diabetes and heart disease. He teaches medical students, GP registrars and General Practitioners.
Dr Alan Giles
Senior Staff Specialist, Emergency Department, Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga, NSW. He is the Area Medical Educator in Emergency Medicine and Hospital Skills Program Director for South Western Sydney and Sydney Local Health District.
Dr Margot Cunich
GP in Bondi Junction, NSW, and co-director of Unconventional Conventions. She is the Chair of the Academic Advisory Committee and designs and administers all the conference programs. She teaches medical students and registrars.