On behalf of the local organising committee, it gives me pleasure to invite you to join us in Sydney for the Australasian IMSANZ Conference from 3rd-5th September 2020. This is being held right next to the beach at Manly at the Novotel Hotel Manly Beach.
The theme for the meeting is ‘Riding the Wave of Transitions’, and will include sessions on a broad range of subspecialties. Speakers from around New South Wales and beyond will focus on areas of importance for the practising General Physician, be they working in a tertiary centre or private practice. Updates will include what’s new in CPD requirements as well as the opportunity to complete supervisor workshops for those supervising advanced trainees.
Along with an exciting social programme, we know that this meeting should build on the success of previous conferences, and allow delegates to explore Sydney and its' environs.
We look forward to welcoming you to Manly in September!
NOTICE ON COVID-19
We are aware of the concerns around the COVID-19 outbreak and are constantly reviewing the situation with your safety in mind. As this is still a developing situation, we are working on and towards offering the best solutions and outcomes for the IMSANZ Conference 2020, this may include no change to the present plans or a radically different conference platform. At this stage, plans have not changed, but please be assured, we will act appropriately as the situation develops.
For the moment, IMSANZ is planning to take all the necessary health precautions throughout the conference to ensure a safe environment for attendees and staff. If you have any concerns in relation to COVID-19 (coronavirus), please read the NSW Governments Health advice, the New Zealand's Ministry of Health's advice or review the World Health Organization's latest advice for public.
Call For Abstracts Open:
30 April 2020
Call For Abstracts Close:
25 June 2020
23 July 2020
Close of Early Registration
3 August 2020
2 September 2020
3-5 September 2020
Rob Pickles, Hunter New England Health
Abdullah Omari, St Vincent's Hospital
Aidan Foy, Calvary Mater Hospital
Anne Knight, Hunter New England Health
Grant Pickard, St George Hospital
Joann Pinto, NSW Health
Mary-Ann Ryall, The University of Newcastle
Leigh-anne Shannon, IMSANZ