Events Calendar

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Australian College of Nursing - National Nursing Forum
Nursing now - Power of policy
21-23 August 2019
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania
The National Nursing Forum (NNF) is the Australian College of Nursing’s signature annual leadership and educational event bringing together nurses, students and other health professionals from around the country and across the globe.

Australasian Diabetes Congress
ADS & ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting
21-23 August 2019
International Convention Centre, Sydney

20th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference
Together in discovery and care
24-26 August 2019
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Over three days Nursing and Allied Health professionals will gather to discuss diagnosis, treatment and support of men with prostate cancer. The program covers groundbreaking shifts in all areas, from the impact of modern diagnostics in assessment and surveillance of low-risk disease to the collaborative use of surgical, radiation, and systemic multimodal treatment of high risk and advanced disease.


Australian College of Nurse Practitioners National Conference
Transforming Healthcare
2-5 September 2019
The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners National Conference is the Colleges flagship event that offers a comprehensive and diverse program focused on bringing together Nurse Practitioners, Advanced Practice Nurses and Nursing leaders from around the Nation.

The Future Of Health
6:00pm* – 9:00pm | Wednesday 4th September
The Latrobe Ballroom, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, 25 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000.
Keynote address followed by panel discussion
*Registrations open at 5:30pm
Register online here

Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference
Thursday 12 and Friday 13 September 2019

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Two day leading nursing and midwifery conference, presenting an extensive program exploring a range of professional issues affecting contemporary healthcare.
Conference registration opens mid-late June 2019
For further information please visit:

Dementia Action Week
Together in discovery and care
16-22 September 2019
Timed to include World Alzheimer’s Day on 21 September, Dementia Action Week exists to raise awareness of dementia and the issues that surround dementia. The 2019 campaign will start a national conversation to understand community perspectives on discrimination toward people living with dementia. Dementia Australia seeks to reduce the impact of discrimination on people living with dementia, their families and carers. Dementia Action Week 2019 will play a key role in achieving this goal.

22nd Australian College of Midwives Conference
Power, Passion and Politics
17-19 September 2019
Canberra, ACT

2nd Sydney Spinal Symposium
19th September 2019
Sydney International Convention Centre
For more information please visit the conference website or contact

International Council of Nurses (ICN) 21st International Conference on Nursing
25-26 September 2019, London United Kingdom.


45th International Mental Health Nursing Conference
Integrated Care: People, Practice, Policy
8-10 October 2019
Sydney, NSW

Broken Sleep: Insights in biology, culture & parenting in today's world
24-26th October 2019
Melbourne, Victoria (and available online)
This conference will explore issues relevant to any professional health worker or volunteer working with new families in the first years of their baby's life. Topics include practical strategies for supporting parents with infant sleep and breastfeeding including effective communication with parents around infant sleep, factors influencing family sleep arrangements; and sleep patterns in breast and formula fed babies as well as reviewing the research around the biology of infant sleep in the context of modern culture.

The Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine (ANZSOM) Annual Scientific Meeting 2019
Sunday 27th October to Wednesday 30th October 2019
The Playford Hotel, Adelaide
The Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine (ANZSOM) is proud to partner with the Australasian Faculty of Environmental and Occupational Medicine (AFOEM) to deliver an exciting educational event! In Making it Work we offer networking, collaboration and education, with a focus on practical aspects of occupational medicine.

The Organising Committee is delighted to welcome Dr Gary Franklin as our international guest and keynote presenter for ASM19. Renowned for his leadership across many aspects of occupational medicine, Dr Franklin will share his practical expertise, innovative thinking and research experience throughout the three days of the conference. The technical program will feature local topic experts, a dedicated occupational health nurses’ stream, popular site visits, CPR update and Mental Health First Aid course. Delegates will also have opportunities to experience iconic sights, sounds and flavours of Adelaide, South Australia. View Flyer

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15th Annual Critical Care Conference in the Vineyards
13th – 15th May 2020
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, Lovedale, NSW
This two day conference is hosted by Hunter New England Health professionals to support networking, sharing of initiatives and innovations in clinical practice and learnings experiences locally and from around Australia. Around 200 delegates from around Australia attend the conference, which targets the educational needs of multidisciplinary staff within the health care industry with a focus on critical care, including trauma, emergency, intensive care, high dependency, disaster and retrievals, in both the adult and paediatric population. The conference is held annually in the Hunter Valley and includes an extensive trade exhibition display, showcasing the latest products available and providing an excellent opportunity for networking and the development of collaborative relationships.


International Council of Nurses (ICN) Congress
2021, Abu Dhabi, hosted by the Emirates Nursing and Midwifery Council and supported by Abu Dhabi Convention Bureau.