RACGP WA Business of General Practice Workshop

RACGP WA Business of General Practice Workshop

Our colleagues at RACGP WA have warmly extended an invitation to all WA Indian Docs members to participate in this upcoming Cat 1 40 RACGP points CPD event.

Date:     Saturday 27 October 2018
Time:     9.30 am – 3.30 pm (registration 8.30 am)
Venue:  Bendat Community Family Centre, 6 Dodd Street, Wembley
Price:     RACGP member early bird $66 | non-member $129
QI&CPD: 40 Category 1 points

RACGP WA presents a comprehensive one-day workshop focusing on the business of general practice. The program will be delivered by subject matter experts who will share their knowledge and personal experiences.

Hosted by Dr Sean Stevens, Chair, RACGP WA and Chair, RACGP Specific Interests Business of General Practice Network, the day also includes an in-depth session on My Health Record.

Participants can choose to attend one of three streams covering the following topics:

Business owners

–        Using technology and data to measure business KPIs
–        Managing data safety
–        Unleash the power of your data.

Aspiring business owners
–        Buying vs starting a practice
–        Building a successful practice
–        Business brainstorming panel.

GP contractors/employees
–        Tax planning and reporting
–        Wealth protection and growth
–        More than just a GP – career options for GPs.

Guest speakers include: Bernadette Kelly, WAPHA, Dr Jags Krishnan, Practice Owner Lakes Medical Centre and 2018 RACGP WA Practice Owner of the Year, Gae Nuttal, MDA National, Mitchell Walmsley and Yves Schoof, Affluence Private, Dr George Eskander, Director Medical Services, St John of God Mt Lawley, Dr Nathan Pinskier, Chair, RACGP Expert Committee — eHealth and Practice Services and many more.

Early bird registrations are now open. Register on the  RACGP WA website prior to Sunday 7 October to take advantage of the special rate.

For further information email [email protected] or phone 08 9489 9555

Yours sincerely
Executive Steering Committee
WA Indian Docs Inc
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.indiandoctorswa.org.au

WA Indian Docs Launch Network

A new group in WA aims to support doctors of Indian origin in their work and their lives. Its General Secretary Dr Sayanta Jana explains here how it all began.

The establishment of WA Indian Docs Inc is testimony to the diverse and multicultural nature of the Australian society and the health professional groups within Western Australia health sector. WA Indian Docs is an independent semi-professional and social organisation embracing medical and dental practitioners of Indian origin not only from India but from other countries in our region.

In WA, there has not been an organisation that has focused on the semi-professional and social needs of this migrant cohort, which is one of the strong reasons why it was established.

To download the news clipping. Click here.

Media Source – WA Medical Forum: www.mediacalhub.com.au