Join us in Adelaide for a free Trainee Education Day. Trainees are invited to apply by completing the Trainee Application Form.

The included sessions harness topics of particular interest to medical professionals early in their career -  useful information that you need to know but often don't get access to.

The day will consist of a number of sessions and workshops including:

  • Leadership and Teamwork for an effective MDT
  • Breast Cancer Trials
  • Medical Insurance
  • Setting up a private practice
  • Liaising with GPs
  • Reflective writing for health professionals

A draft agenda is available here.

The program offers a workshop format of learning and reflection, dedicated to medical trainees in any specialty that is part of the multidisciplinary management of breast cancer and breast diseases. 

Inspiring experts will come together to share many skills and tips essential for your career and personal development as a junior consultant. You will also have the opportunity to engage with the ABSD and network with your multidisciplinary colleagues who are also looking to build their practice beyond the training years.

This initiative is aligned with the ABSD ethos and priorities as identified by the ASBD Executive Committee and will be facilitated by the ASBD Directors and other experienced clinicians in various fields.

Numbers are strictly limited and registration for the trainee day is FREE for trainees whose registrations are accepted.  You must be registered to attend  the ASBD 13th Scientific Meeting to be accepted for the trainee day. 

NOTE: Do not register for any ASBD workshops during your conference registration as the Trainee Day takes place at the same time as ASBD workshops (8:30—16:30, 14th Sept. 23)

This trainee day is proudly supported by  ICC AU Logo CMYK

Trainee Day Information 

 Trainee Application Form (Please download this form and then open the form in Adobe PDF to complete using the PDF Fill and Sign Tools, then save the updated form and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )