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Rural Workforce Agency Victoria (RWAV) and the Rural Doctors’ Association Victoria (RDAV) is bringing rural health professionals together to learn and connect at the Victorian Rural Health Conference 2018.
Conference includes Continuing Professional Development (CPD), discussion panels, live entertainment and a wide range of activities for your family in beautiful Creswick.
Join fellow GPs, GP registrars, practice managers, practice nurses and medical students from across rural Victoria.
Date : 27-29 APRIL 2018
Venue : RACV Goldfields Resort- Creswick
RWAV and the Rural Doctors’ Association Victoria is bringing rural health professionals together to learn and connect at the Victorian+
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