GPET conference program available live on MO iPad this week
Close to 600 health professionals are expected at Melbourne’s Sebel Albert Park on 5 and 6 September to listen to more than 100 speakers for the General Practice Education and Training Convention 2012.
With a theme of ‘Seeking wisdom for our changing world’, the convention will feature Flinders University Health Sciences executive dean Professor Michael Kidd, US family medicine authority Professor Larry A. Green and adventurer Brigitte Muir as keynote speakers.
This year, MO has partnered with GPET to create an iPad app, giving attendees convenient access to the full convention program.
As well as a comprehensive guide to events and sessions, the app also includes speaker profiles, a site map, a note-taking function and a live Twitter feed of conference activity.
To install the app,