The bi-monthly meetings provide members with an opportunity to update their clinical knowledge, whilst sharing an excellent meal with colleagues. The meetings are very popular, with attendance of approximately 50 members at each meeting. Meeting locations are rotated amongst local venues.

The meetings (with exception sometimes of Partners Nights) commence at 6:45pm, with a pre-dinner drink, with dinner served at approximately 7:30pm. The clinical lecture is conducted at the end of the main meal and the KDMA business meeting is conducted over dessert and coffee. There is no charge for members to attend education meetings, and application is made for QI and CPD points for each meeting. The KDMA extends an invitation to member’s partners to attend some of the meetings, with the presentation of a clinical nature to appeal to the wider audience.

Next Dinner Meeting

The next dinner meeting will be held on Thursday 9th June at 6:45pm.

Meeting dates for 2022
(Booking is essential)

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THURSDAY

8th September, 2022

General Meeting

Members

Venue:  Curzon Hall

53 Agincourt Road  MARSFIELD   2122

6:45pm

 

17th November

SPONSORED BY:

Chiesi

TOPIC:  Targeting Peripheral Airways Dysfunction in the Management of Asthma and COPD

SPEAKER:  Dr Charith Horadagoda

 

Email RSVP:  info@kdma.com.au

Complete Online RSVP:https://docs.google.com/form

BY 01/09/22

Having completed his training at Westmead and Liverpool Hospitals, Dr Charith Horadagoda is a respected Respiratory Physician who lectures at the University of Sydney and is a visiting medical officer at Norwest Private Hospital and Blacktown Hospital, where he is also part of the multidisciplinary cancer care team. Dr Horadagoda has a special interest in chronic airway diseases and paediatric respiratory disorders and he has just completed a PhD with the University of Sydney, exploring the physiology of the upper respiratory tract.Dr Horadagoda’s private rooms are at Lung Health Australia in Rouse Hill and his practice includes all aspects of general respiratory medicine, including airway diseases such as asthma and chronic bronchitis. 

The clinical lectures presented at the bi-monthly meetings cover a broad range of subjects. Past presentations have included:

  • Weight Control Workshop
  • Clinical Relevance of Nuclear Medicine in General Practice
  • Condition, Illness & Disease – A Psychiatrist’s Perspective
  • A Practical Approach to Dermatology
  • Paediatric Echocardiography
  • Developments in Osteoarthritis & Osteoporosis
  • New Breakthroughs in Investigation and Management of TIA and Strokes, Brain Attack – Current Management and Expected Outcome