On behalf of the local organising committee, it is my great pleasure to invite you to join us in Melbourne for the Australasian IMSANZ Conference from 5th – 7th September 2019.This is being held right in the heart of this beautiful city at the Sofitel Hotel on Collins Street.
The theme for the meeting is “State of the Art Updates in Internal Medicine”, and will include sessions on a broad range of medical subspecialties. Speakers who are recognised leaders in their fields will take you through the latest in their areas of expertise with a focus on what is interesting and important for the generalist to know about.
We’ve planned an exciting social programme that will introduce you to some of Melbourne’s hidden gems. For the opening drinks, we’ll travel by foot from the Sofitel through some of the city’s iconic laneways, well known for their impressive graffiti. We’ll then formally welcome you with drinks and canapes at a bar slightly more hip than you’d expect to find a group of physicians in but which is still ideal for meeting your fellow delegates and hopefully reacquainting with some old friends. Then for the conference dinner, we have been lucky enough to gain access to a striking Art Deco-era ballroom that has only recently been rediscovered.
Following on the success of recent IMSANZ meetings, we know that you will enjoy this edition, both for the range of interesting topics that will be presented, and also for the chance to take in the sites of springtime in Melbourne.
We look forward to welcoming you when you join us in September.
Call For Abstracts OPEN:
Call For Abstracts CLOSE:
24 July 2019
Close of EARLY REGISTRATION
31 July 2019
4 September 2019
5-7 September 2019
Doug Johnson, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Pat Charles, Austin Health
Don Campbell, Monash Health
Nursh Harun, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Sam Hume, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Stephanie Jones, Monash Health
Anne Knight, University of Newcastle, NSW
Robyn Toomath, Auckland DHB
Ar Kar Aung, Alfred Health
Edward Ritchie, Ballarat Health
Leigh-anne Shannon, IMSANZ