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On 4 and 5 August, the Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute (HPMI) held their annual GP and primary care conference at McDonald Jones Stadium. The event
opened with an inspiring presentation from Newcastle local Kurt Fearnley AO, Gold Medal Paralympian and Disability Rights Advocate, with sessions over
the weekend from a range of expert presenters covering topics as diverse as orthopaedics, disability, mental health, oncology and more.

Ethos team members Connor Eyers, Dr Jane Watson and Chris Morton attended, staffing our popular display (complete with Inbody scanner to put many of
the presenters and attendees through their paces).


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