• 6th Feb 2024

Australasian College of Paramedicine Conferences 2024

The College is thrilled to build on the success of last year's conferences as we unveil a dynamic calendar for 2024. Brace yourselves for an engaging line-up featuring the inaugural Primary Care Conference, the Research Symposium, and the much-anticipated Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference. Additionally, we are in the process of finalising smaller, locally focused events to better connect with our members. Let's dive into the details of each conference and what they have in store for attendees.

Primary Care Conference 2024

A groundbreaking conference focused on primary care.

Kicking off the conference schedule this year is the inaugural Primary Care Conference 2024, set to take place at the University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, on 16-17 May. This two-day event welcomes clinicians currently working or interested in the primary care sector.

The College is collaborating with various groups to ensure the success of this inaugural conference, emphasising comprehensive coverage of primary care topics. Attendees can expect insightful discussions, networking opportunities, and a social event on the evening of the first day.

This Primary Care Conference will be held biennially, alternating with the College's Critical Care Summit.

Pre-registration for this event is now open, offering interested participants a chance to receive timely updates as more information becomes available.

Register your interest here.

Research Symposium 2024

Nurturing novice researchers

The Research Symposium returns in July 2024, promising two days of enriching content aimed at novice researchers. While the location is yet to be confirmed, attendees can anticipate a stimulating environment fostering the growth of budding researchers.

Pre-registration is open, enabling those interested to stay informed as details unfold.

Register your interest here.


Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference 2024. ACPIC returns.

The highlight of September will be the return of the Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference (ACPIC24), to be held from 11- 13 September at the Sydney Masonic Centre.

Immerse yourself in the latest advancements, hands-on workshops, and dynamic networking opportunities at ACPIC24. We bring together industry leaders, showcase groundbreaking techniques, and celebrate a community dedicated to taking paramedicine to new heights.

ACPIC24 follows the established schedule with pre-conference workshops and welcome drinks on September 11 and conference Day One and a gala dinner on September 12, concluding with the second day of the conference on September 13. As with the other conferences, pre-registration for ACPIC24 is available online, allowing prospective attendees to stay in the loop as details emerge.

Register your interest here.

Local connections: Smaller events in the pipeline

Recognising the importance of local engagement, the College is diligently working on planning smaller, single-day events in various jurisdictions, including in Aotearoa New Zealand. The goal is to ensure accessibility and relevance to meet specific regional needs.

The College’s Member Engagement Team, Education Team, and dedicated Member Committees are involved in delivering local Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events, webinars, and podcasts. The College extends our sincere gratitude to these teams for their outstanding contributions throughout 2023.

As we eagerly anticipate an exciting year ahead, we invite you to mark your calendars and pre-register for these enriching conferences.

Whether you are a seasoned professional or a novice researcher, our diverse calendar offers something for everyone.

We look forward to fostering collaboration, sharing knowledge, and creating memorable experiences at each event. See you at one of our upcoming conferences in 2024!

Back To News

Online Professional Development

Get unlimited access to hundreds of ACP's top courses for your professional development.

Join Now

Share this news