GP19 Call for Submissions




GP19 Call for Submissions

Join in the exciting new program changes for GP19 supporting ‘Your patients. Your community. Your solutions’.




GP19 will see the RACGP’s flagship conference transition to a clinical update series focussed on topics that affect GPs in their clinical settings. The GP19 Planning Committee is calling for presentations that are hands-on, interactive and/or highly engaging.

What are we looking for:

  • Topics that are relevant to GPs in performing their many and varied roles with a particular focus on clinically relevant topics.
  • Presenters who will deliver a session in an innovative and interactive learning style. We want attendees to have the opportunity to be involved and actively engaged in the learning

Submission of research presentations is welcomed. The research should be at a late stage or completed, and the presentation must demonstrate the clinical implications of the research to GPs in practice.

Submissions close midnight (AEST), Tuesday 30 April 2019.



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Call for Submission Guidelines




Please read through the GP19 Call for Submission Guidelines before starting the submission process as they will provide you with the vital information you will need to have ready to complete your submission.


View guidelines

Call for Submission Template




Only submissions made using the GP19 Submission Template and via the submission portal will be accepted.


Download template

Presentation Types





Join in the exciting new program changes for GP19 supporting ‘Your patients. Your community. Your solutions’.




GP19 will see the RACGP’s flagship conference transition to a clinical update series focussed on topics that affect GPs in their clinical settings. The GP19 Planning Committee is calling for presentations that are hands-on, interactive and/or highly engaging.

What are we looking for:

  • Topics that are relevant to GPs in performing their many and varied roles with a particular focus on clinically relevant topics.
  • Presenters who will deliver a session in an innovative and interactive learning style. We want attendees to have the opportunity to be involved and actively engaged in the learning

Submission of research presentations is welcomed. The research should be at a late stage or completed, and the presentation must demonstrate the clinical implications of the research to GPs in practice.

Submissions close midnight (AEST), Tuesday 30 April 2019.



Submit now

Call for Submission Guidelines




Please read through the GP19 Call for Submission Guidelines before starting the submission process as they will provide you with the vital information you will need to have ready to complete your submission.


View guidelines

Call for Submission Template




Only submissions made using the GP19 Submission Template and via the submission portal will be accepted.


Download template

Presentation Types





Presentation lengths




Presentations can be for 30 minutes, 45 minutes or one hour or, in the case of WISE, TEDTalk Style and PechaKucha, shorter 15 minutes time frames.



GP19 Themes




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Healthy patient


Clinical conditions and skills
Healthy families
Vulnerable groups
Challenging patients


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Healthy community


Rural health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
Refugee health
Public health


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Healthy nation


Workforce issues
Environment and medicine
Politics in general practice
Telehealth



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Healthy future


Education in general practice
Innovation in general practice
The future of general practice
Technology



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Healthy GP


Your health and well–being
General practice systems and quality
Special interests in general practice



Submit your session now


Frequently asked questions




Q: How many submissions can I make for GP19?

A maximum of two (2) presentations per presenter/submitter will be accepted.

Q: Can I email or post my submission for GP19?

No, only presentations submitted via the GP19 Call for Submissions online portal can be considered for inclusion in the conference program.

Q: Can I include graphics and tables in my submission?

No, only submissions made via the GP19 Submission Template will be considered. Please do not include diagrams, illustrations, tables or graphs in your submission.

Q: When will I find out if my submission has been accepted?

Submitters will be notified of the outcome of their submission in mid-May 2019 via email.

Q: As a presenter, do I need to register for the conference?

Yes you do. All presenters need to register and pay for their conference registration by 1 August 2019. Any presenters not registered by this date may have their presentation removed from the program.

Presentation lengths




Presentations can be for 30 minutes, 45 minutes or one hour or, in the case of WISE, TEDTalk Style and PechaKucha, shorter 15 minutes time frames.



GP19 Themes




Image


Healthy patient


Clinical conditions and skills
Healthy families
Vulnerable groups
Challenging patients


Image


Healthy community


Rural health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
Refugee health
Public health


Image


Healthy nation


Workforce issues
Environment and medicine
Politics in general practice
Telehealth



Image


Healthy future


Education in general practice
Innovation in general practice
The future of general practice
Technology



Image


Healthy GP


Your health and well–being
General practice systems and quality
Special interests in general practice



Submit your session now


Frequently asked questions




Q: How many submissions can I make for GP19?

A maximum of two (2) presentations per presenter/submitter will be accepted.

Q: Can I email or post my submission for GP19?

No, only presentations submitted via the GP19 Call for Submissions online portal can be considered for inclusion in the conference program.

Q: Can I include graphics and tables in my submission?

No, only submissions made via the GP19 Submission Template will be considered. Please do not include diagrams, illustrations, tables or graphs in your submission.

Q: When will I find out if my submission has been accepted?

Submitters will be notified of the outcome of their submission in mid-May 2019 via email.

Q: As a presenter, do I need to register for the conference?

Yes you do. All presenters need to register and pay for their conference registration by 1 August 2019. Any presenters not registered by this date may have their presentation removed from the program.