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2017 PHC Research Conference

The 2017 PHC Research Conference will be held over three days in Brisbane from the 7th to the 9th of August. The conference will be held at the Pullman Brisbane King George Square located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD.

The Primary Health Care (PHC) Research Conference is the national knowledge exchange opportunity for people working across the PHC frontline. It attracts some 450 delegates, contributing research as well as practice, policy, management and consumer/community perspectives. Delegates value the conference as the place to discuss and debate the latest quality peer-reviewed PHC research while networking across the sector. They attend to stay current with the latest in PHC developments, trends and news. They appreciate the interactive nature of the Conference and the opportunities it offers to meet new colleagues, build relationships, bridge professional silos and foster productive collaborative networks between researchers and research users.

In short, if you are working in PHC, then this conference is the place to present, hear, network, debate and spark dynamic ideas that make a difference to health outcomes.

We seek innovative research contributions from across the PHC sector. In addition, this year we will encouraged engagement and exchange with people working in Primary Health Networks, industry and the private sector. This was designed to provide opportunities to contribute fresh thinking, build relationships, exchange perspectives and develop cross-sectoral ideas across the wider health system.

More details to follow. Watch this space!

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