This week I shot down to Dunedin for the NZ medical associations CME conference.
It was a great event and had a huge variety of talks and informal Q+A sessions.
See programme here:
It was a little lonely on the twittersphere (#GPCMEsouth) but the teams from Canterbury health laboratories and New Zealand Doctor magazine keep me company.
The social media talks were well attended and in the plenary sessions others spoke about the need for doctors to have more information in the public realm. I did have the slight embarrassment of being called out at the #SoMe talk as a “serious tweep” and “blogger” (Thanks Barbara!)
Our wee kiwi GP conference managed to generate 224,403 Impressions! which was quite cool and It was really nice to get lots of messages from those who enjoyed the info flowing onto their timelines. Symplur here
Many of the presenters have been kind enough to let me write about their talks and include a few pearls in a longer format than 140 characters.
So over the next few weeks I should have a few interesting talks to cover and hope to share a few learning points and help solidify my thoughts as well.