Healthy Male attends a range of conferences and events to promote our evidence-based information and clinical and patient resources on male reproductive and sexual health, and to engage with GPs, nurses, and other health professionals from around Australia.

To stay informed about what conferences we'll be attending in the future, subscribe to our monthly e-newsletters.


GPCE General Practice Conference & Exhibition - SYDNEY

27-29 May 2022

Sydney International Convention Centre

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Guest speaker/presenter

Dr Ie-Wen Sim MBBS (Hons) BMedSci FRACP

Endocrinologist and Andrologist; Healthy Male Clinical Advisor

Topic

Male fertility and preconception health. Taking a proactive approach.


Men's Health Week 2022

13-19 June 2022

More information will follow soon about Healthy Male's Men's Health Week 2022 campaign and resources for health professionals.


GPCE General Practice Conference & Exhibition - PERTH

23-24 July 2022

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Fertility Society of Australia & New Zealand Annual Conference

30 July - 2 August 2022

Sydney International Convention Centre

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Opening address

Prof Robert McLachlan AMA FRACP PhD, Healthy Male Medical Director

 

Guest speaker/presenter

Mr Simon von Saldern, Healthy Male CEO

Topic

Plus Paternal - A case for change.


GPCE General Practice Conference & Exhibition - BRISBANE

10-11 September 2022

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

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Guest speaker/presenter

Dr Sarah Catford MBBS (Hons) BBiomedSc FRACP

Endocrinologist; Healthy Male Expert Advisor

Topic

Male fertility and preconception health. Taking a proactive approach.


GPCE General Practice Conference & Exhibition - MELBOURNE

11-13 November 2022

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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