COVID Symposium

Day 1 of the Conference saw a panel discussion on the current global pandemic. We had five excellent speakers who updated us on innovations relating to research, education and clinical practice in primary care in Australasia.

Symposium Chairs

Prof Michael Kidd AM

Principal Medical Advisor, Department of Health

Professor of Primary Care Reform, The Australian National University

  Prof Kidd has played a pivotal role in the primary care response to the pandemic in Australia. He will facilitate the discussion and highlight issues from his own experience.

A/Prof Lauren Ball

NHMRC Fellow, Menzies Health Institute - Centre for Health Practice Innovation, Griffith University



Prof Danielle Mazza

Head, Department of General Practice

Director, SPHERE CRE

Monash University

A Coalition advocating for women’s sexual and reproductive health during the pandemic and beyond

Dr Susan McInnes 

University of Wollongong

Primary health care nurses' experiences of working during a COVID-19 pandemic

Prof Felicity Goodyear-Smith

Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care

University of Auckland


Findings of a time series of Quick COVID-19 surveys assessing the experience of general practices from the COVID-19 pandemic

Prof Jennifer Reath

Peter Brennan Chair of General Practice

Western Sydney University


GP undergraduate teaching Western Sydney style in the time of COVID-19

Dr Karyn Alexander 

General Practitioner and Research Fellow

Department of General Practice

Melbourne University

   New models of care in a post-COVID19 GP world

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