The Annual

Women’s & Children’s Health Update 2024

Held across five capital cities, this one-day program brings together the brightest minds in women’s & children’s health to discuss a variety of topics, giving you the latest information and practical take home messages.

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The countdown is on for Australia’s most popular one-day seminar for GPs

Topics for this year include


Your questions answered - Oral contraception update and IUD’s


Managing menopause: Practical insights from an expert panel; Hormone-related thrombosis

Pregnancy & Fertility

Iron and pregnancy; Recurrent miscarriage and preterm labour; Thyroid disease in pregnancy; Reproductive carrier screening


Demystifying milks; Prioritising dementia risk reduction for women; Anapen & EpiPen practical demonstration

Infectious Disease

Influenza in infants and pregnant women; An up-to-the-minute COVID update

Children & Young People

Eating disorders in young people; Pelvic pain in teenagers - A practical guide for general practice

Register now for a seminar near you

Select the city you would like to attend and follow the prompts to secure your seat

International Convention Centre Sydney

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Adelaide Convention Centre

Speakers from the circuit

A multi-disciplinary faculty of leading independent experts provide practical insights

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Dr Terri Foran

Sexual Health Physician; Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Women’s and Children’s Health, UNSW

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Prof Deborah Bateson

Sexual Health Physician; Professor of Practice, The Daffodil Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney

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Prof Rod Baber

Obstetrician and Gynaecologist; Clinical Professor, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology,

Said, Maria

Maria Said

Registered Nurse; CEO of Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia; Associate member of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy

Litt, John

A/Prof John Litt AM

Public Health Physician; Associate Professor in the Discipline of General Practice, Flinders University

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Dr Renee Eslick

Specialist Haematologist and Obstetric Physician; National Capital Medical Specialists at the National Capital Private Hospital, Canberra

Evans, Susan

A/Prof Susan Evans

Gynaecologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon; Specialist, Researcher, Educator, and Advocate in Pelvic Pain

Ward, Warren

A/Prof Warren Ward

Psychiatrist; Director, Queensland Eating Disorder Service

PLUS many other highly engaging leading experts 

View the seminar brochure

Information for the upcoming Brisbane Women’s & Children’s Health Update can be found in the seminar brochure.

Download Perth brochure

Gain up to 17 hours of CPD - When you attend
The Annual Women's & Children's Health Update

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+8 hours

Attend the seminar and we'll manage the addition of eight hours CPD in the Educational Activities (EA) category

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+4 hours

Complete the optional quizzes for an additional four hours CPD in the Reviewing Performance (RP) category

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+5 hours

Undertake the accompanying online module for an additional five hours in the Measuring Outcomes (MO) category

Your registration includes

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What your colleagues said about the seminar in 2023

Venues for 2024

Starting in Adelaide on March 9, the Annual Women’s & Children’s Health Update will travel across the country finishing in Perth on August 10.

Adelaide Convention Centre

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

International Convention Centre Sydney

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the event and more.

What can I expect from a Healthed event?

Healthed face-to-face events are one-day seminars designed with the busy healthcare professional in mind. They offer a full day of continuing professional development (CPD). You can expect high quality education delivered in a single plenary as either lectures, panels or interviews. It is a fully catered event which includes morning tea and free barista-made coffee available from 7.30am, lunch, and afternoon tea. The friendly Healthed team will be there to make your day easy. You can use the Healthed app to accompany your learning, or make use of the physical handbook provided to you. 

How do I earn CPD from a Healthed seminar?

Healthed seminars offer attendees eight hours of CPD in the Educational Activities (EA) category. Simply by attending the seminar you will earn CPD.

Delegates can earn further CPD in the Reviewing Performance (RP) category by doing the post event quiz, and also Measuring Outcomes (MO) category by completing additional educational exercises attached to the seminar. See the specific seminar page for further details. 

How and when do I get my CPD?

Healthed will process CPD hours for members of the RACGP and ACRRM. Please allow approximately four weeks from the time of the event for the successful processing of your CPD. Your statement of attendance will be emailed to you. For other healthcare professionals, you can self-claim CPD for this event using the statement of attendance provided. 

How do I register?

Once you’re ready to register you can click through above on one of the orange buttons, and you’ll be taken to the registration page which is securely hosted with EventsAir.

Why should I attend a Healthed seminar?

Healthed pride ourselves on prioritising the educational needs of general practitioners. Healthed was established and is led by a team of GPs and other clinicians. We have over 23 years of experience delivering high-quality events for healthcare professionals like yourself. With every Healthed face to face event you can expect:
→ Earn CPD in all three categories
→ Cost-efficient education
→ Clinical information relevant to your practice
→ A highly curated program of topics and engaging speakers
→ A well-organised event that keeps to time

How can I access discounted pricing?

We always aim to keep our events affordable for GPs and healthcare professionals, however the sooner you register for a Healthed seminar the better pricing you’ll have access to! For the latest offers see the individual seminar page.

Are these seminars right for me?

Healthed seminars are primarily designed for general practitioners (GPs), however we receive extremely positive feedback from nurses, pharmacists and other health professionals that attend. 

What if I have dietary requirements?

When you register for an event we’ll ask for your dietary requirements. Please note that vegetarian options are already catered for.

Are the seminars catered?

Yes, Healthed events are fully catered from 7.45am, offering morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, as well as barista-made coffee.

Tell me about Healthed Australia

For over 20 years Healthed Australia has provided professional development opportunities for medical practitioners across the country. Our experienced team ensure that we consistently deliver Australia’s most popular seminars and learning resources for GPs. The Healthed Australia website has an extensive number of resources available for medical practitioners including podcasts, webcasts, clinical articles and newsletters.

Where can I see the full terms & conditions?

You can access the full Terms & Conditions for Healthed seminars here.

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