Thursday, 26 May 2016 09:27

Find a relevant medical conference or event easily


When medical practitioners want to find a ski trip, sorry, conference, to attend they go on an endless internet search of Australian and international websites. On a serious note continuing professional development (CPD) happens regardless of locale.

The professional development and events market is filled with numerous courses and seminars, face-to-face and online, making the choices endless for the busy healthcare professional who simply wants to find the right course to learn a new speciality or update on existing knowledge and earn CPD points. Worse still is the time wasted sifting through the plethora of unnecessary courses, events and conferences.

HealthcareLink  has gathered together many of the relevant Australian courses, events and conferences for medical doctors, nurses and midwives, allied health, oral health, and management and administration.

It started life as a matching service for medical job seekers and employers – recruitment. Its new CPD service is open to all RTOs, hospitals, medical practices, specialist offices, healthcare businesses to post their courses, events and conferences. CPD providers can set the specific attendance criteria for a healthcare professional and the system will bring up the best matches that are available today.

HealthcareLink helps the medical professional by using their unique career profile and the speciality and experience listed, to find matching and complementing courses and conferences to attend. For example, a GP specialising in asthma and related illnesses may be interested in an event run by the Asthma Foundation. Alternately, the same GP may want to gain new skills in providing psychological support and coaching to help her patients through difficult periods, where a severe illness has taken hold.

Chief executive and founder at HealthcareLink, Kopi Nadarajah, says, “This platform has been created to support healthcare professionals stay on top of their CPD commitments and get the most out of their investment into their professional education.”

“We’re looking to partner with CPD education providers to give healthcare and medical professionals on the HealthcareLink platform access to special discounts to industry courses and events.”

HealthcareLink’s CPD courses website has received considerable interest early on, signing on leading course providers such as Reed Medical Education, Lightbox Radiology Education and Ausmed Education.


Conference and event listing services for all professions are plentiful. This one has the unique twist of matching CPD attendance criteria with healthcare and medical professionals career and educational criteria.


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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw [email protected]  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!



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