Dr Richard Sullivan to Chair Lung Health Plenary at the 2017 GPCME

We are thrilled to advise that one of New Zealand’s leading Medical Oncologists, Dr Richard Sullivan MBChB, FRACP will chair the lung health plenary at the 2017 GPCME (General Practice Conference and Medical Exhibition) in Rotorua. Dr Sullivan is also one of the quality presenters and his presentation will engage participants with Maximising Patient Outcomes.

Dr Richard Sullivan is the Deputy Chief Medical Officer at Auckland Hospital, Director Cancer and Blood Directorate, Director Cancer Outcomes Auckland District Health Board and the Director of the Northern Cancer Network.

Richard is Medical Director at Canopy Cancer Care and the current Chair of the National Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Network. Richard completed his medical training at the University of Otago and was awarded FRACP in 2004. He works as a Medical Oncologist and is Principal investigator in many clinical trials.

Plenary Session 3 – Lung Health, Saturday 10th June, 2pm – 4pm.
Sponsored by MSD & Pfizer in conjunction with Lung Foundation NZ

1400-1600, Saturday 10th June, Rotorua Energy Events Centre

Chair: Dr Richard Sullivan

How to Reduce Lung Disease and its Impact
Dr Chris Lewis

From Diagnosis into Remission
Dr John Ashton, Lung Cancer Patient Ambassador

Maximising Patient Outcomes
Dr Richard Sullivan

Primary and Secondary Healthcare Interface
Dr Greg Frazer

Discussion Panel – All

See link to the official website and speaker programme –