The RACP Congress
In 2015, the RACP congress is building on the past theme of Future Directions in Health, and moving forward to reinvigorate Congress and challenge delegates to ‘break boundaries and create connections’,24 May 2015 to 27 May 2015 | Cairns, Australia.
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) trains, educates and advocates on behalf of more than 14,600 physicians – often referred to as medical specialists – and over 6,500 trainees, across Australia and New Zealand.
The College represents more than 32 medical specialties including general medicine, paediatrics and child health, cardiology, respiratory medicine, neurology, oncology and public health medicine, occupational and environmental medicine, palliative medicine, sexual health medicine, rehabilitation medicine, geriatric medicine and addiction medicine.
Beyond the drive for medical excellence, the RACP is committed to developing health and social policies which bring vital improvements to the wellbeing of patients.
RACP Congress 2015 – Breaking Boundaries Creating Connections
From Sunday, 24 to Wednesday, 27 May 2015 the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is holding its annual Congress in the stunning tropical setting of Cairns, North Queensland.
The RACP Congress is the premier annual event on the RACP calendar. RACP Congress 2015 includes the ceremony, a diverse program including workshops and sessions, exhibits, and social functions.
In 2015, we are building on the past theme of Future Directions in Health, and moving forward to reinvigorate Congress and challenge delegates to ‘break boundaries and create connections’, making RACP Congress 2015 an event not to missed.Share this on: