Comprehensive updates for internal medicine and its subspecialties.
The world of medicine is evolving more rapidly than ever before.
How do you keep your knowledge and skills up to date?
The 2nd annual ‘Australia and New Zealand General Medicine Update’ (ANZGMU) will be held from 19th – 21st March 2021 in Sydney. The update has been specifically designed to showcase a curated selection of relevant topics in internal medicine with updated information about new strategies, evolving best practise and recent guidelines.
Over a period of three days, national and internationally renowned sub-specialty experts with strong academic backgrounds will discuss the common diseases seen by a general physician in everyday practice. With over 21 interactive lectures covering the core areas of various subspecialties of internal medicine, the 2021 update will be of immense value to the busy practising General Physician, General Practitioner, General Medicine Advanced Trainee and Basic Physician Trainee who wish to update their clinical acumen.
“As is our understanding of medicine, so is our patient care”
More than 95% of the attendees in 2019 ANZGMU, rated the event 4 or 5 stars for the quality of teaching.
In 2021, we are introducing hour-long dedicated sessions on the following most-requested topics:
The ANZGMU offers you an engaging format delivering dynamic education with a focus on core topics that affect General Physicians in their clinical settings.
The annual Gala Dinner will be held on 20th March 2021.
Venue: General Bourke
74 Church St, Parramatta, NSW
It would be our pleasure to be in your company for a night of good food and wine.
Note: your gala dinner ticket is included in your registration.
On road parking available, Halal Served
Starting in 2020, ANZGMU is proud to introduce the annual “ANZGMU Revise Nephrology Observership/Travel Grant”. The purpose of the grant is to support a candidate who is either a current nephrology trainee or less than 1 year post completion of their nephrology training from the developing world to spend a total of 6 weeks in the renal units of Sydney based Westmead, Blacktown and Nepean Hospitals. The grant covers airfares, accommodation and registration to the ANZGMU.
The 2020 ANZGMU Revise Nephrology Observership/Travel Grant was awarded to Dr. Mohan VB from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, India.
Due to ongoing uncertainties due to COVID-19, the 2021 travel grant has now been placed on hold.
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