Event information

Event date
17 Oct 2019
Victoria Park Golf Club

309 Herston Road, Herston
Free onsite parking

Who should attend
  • General Practitioners
  • Specialists
  • Allied Health Professional
  • Practice Managers
  • Practice Office Staff
Event inclusion

FREE optional Yoga session is available with Mind Body Miko from 6am - 7am in conjunction with breakfast attendance. Just opt in on the registration form and BYO yoga mat.


Discounted rates are available for AMA Queensland and QWMS members. Group booking discounts also apply.
Refer to the table of fees below in the Cost tab.


Email: registrations@amaq.com.au
Phone: 07 3872 2222

Full program
Registration form
Register online now


MC'd by ABC Health Reporter Sophie Scott, our panellists Dr Yumiko Kadota, (Mind Body Miko) and TBC will share their candid insights, experiences and tips for navigating the journey of life (and medicine's) ups and downs. Take the time out to relax, recharge and laugh with friends over a healthy plated breakfast with a view of Brisbane's beautiful skyline.

Events Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Dr Yumiko Kadota
Founder, Mind Body Miko
Dr Yumiko Kadota graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2010. She experienced burnout as a plastic surgery registrar last year, which forced her resignation. She has since been focusing on recovery and wellness, including yoga teaching. Prior to her hospitalisation for insomnia and post-traumatic stress, Yumiko decided to start a blog to give herself something to do whilst in hospital. Her blog post The ugly side of becoming a surgeon prompted a nationwide discussion on the working conditions of junior doctors, and made international news. Yumiko is utilising this platform to advocate for junior doctors’ wellbeing.

MC: Sophie Scott
ABC Health Reporter
Sophie Scott is on a mission to educate and empower people to focus on their health and happiness. She is the ABC’s National Medical Reporter of news and current affairs in medicine and health on ABC news, radio, 7.30 and ABC online.
Sophie is an award-winning journalist; her accolades include a Eureka Award for medical reporting and a Kennedy Award for excellence in consumer reporting. Her stories on patient safety have led to changes in the regulation of cosmetic surgery in Australia and increased government support and resources for patients with eating disorders.
She is a Board Member of AMA NSW Charitable Foundation, an ambassador for Bowel Cancer Australia and the author of two books, Live a Longer Life and Roadtesting Happiness. She is on the Advisory Board of the Australian National Mental Health Prize and writes about psychology and wellbeing on her website sophiescott.com.au. Sophie has been an MC, host and facilitator for many organisations over the years.