Who should attend


  • myPHN Conference is designed for people working in the healthcare industry, and is open to a wide range of healthcare professionals including:

     general practitioners
    • pharmacists
    • dentists
    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers
    • allied health professionals
    • nurses
    • medical administrators
    • policy makers
    • medical educators
    • local government and community advocates
    • hospital and health services staff
    • primary health network staff.

    Those who wish to work in the health industry and are currently studying are also welcome to attend, and can do so at our student rate of $200 (includes NQPHN Health Professional Awards Evening on Saturday).

    myPHN Conference 2016 and 2017 were sold-out events!
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Why should I attend


  • In one weekend, you will get up to speed on current health reforms by listening and engaging with world-class speakers, as well as connecting with fellow health industry professionals.

    After a sell-out inaugural event in 2016 and 2017, myPHN will endeavour to deliver a conference program in 2018 to prepare you for the future.

    Here is what delegates said about 2017

    We surveyed our myPHN Conference 2017 attendees and this is what they told us: 

    • the opportunity to network with colleagues was invaluable
    • good variety of topics and excellent speakers
    • really well-organised
    • great location
    • the objectives of the conference had been met
    • there was really useful information: website, handbook, and on-site assistance
    • the conference catering was enjoyable and the registration process smooth.


  • Conference sessions

    The majority of delegates either agreed or strongly agreed that:

    • the conference sessions were of high quality (86%)
    • the conference sessions were highly relevant (79%)
    • they were satisfied with the length of sessions (65%)
    • there was a refreshing mix of content with familiar themes and new topics of discussions
    • there was a good variety of speakers.