Q Fever Symposium – 24 June 2024

New England GP Research Network & The Primary Health Network invite you to attend our Q Fever Symposium.  Our guest speakers Dr Katherine Massey, Dr Mark Kelly, Professor Peter Massey and Dr Jacqui Epps are key people in the field of zoonoses research in our region. The symposium is designed to equip you with the latest insights and practical skills to effectively manage and prevent Q Fever.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Q Fever in Northern NSW and update on risk factors
  • Diagnostic challenges
  • Managing chronic Q Fever and post-Q fever fatigue syndrome
  • Prevention
  • Q Fever Registry changes

Grab this opportunity to advance your expertise and contribute to better health outcomes for your patients. 

Register now and be a part of this vital educational experience!


Video-conference options are available for both sessions.


Session 1 (day) – for health professionals and researchers

Details: Monday 24th June, session 1, 12.30pm – 4pm, Tablelands Clinical School, 110 Butler St, Armidale

RSVP session 1Click here to register 


Session 2 (night) – for GPs

Details: Monday 24th June, session 2, 6pm – 9pm, Tattersalls Hotel, 174 Beardy St, Armidale

RSVP session 2: Click here to register

Cost: Free – these events are sponsored by GSK

The night session will be accredited for CPD hours with RACGP & ACRRM.


For more information, please contact Joy Bowles on 02 6773 3721 or by email.


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