GP Education Program

Pink Hope’s GP Education Program aims to connect with 10,000 GPs and non genetics trained healthcare professionals by providing genetic healthcare information on the Pink Hope website, resources and materials for their patients and attending general practitioner events.

The GP Education Program turns the concept of GP and Healthcare Professional education “on its head” by sending our ambassadors around the country to educate and inform healthcare professionals about what it is like to be a high risk woman. We aim to reach over 10,000 GP’s through events, conferences, digital resources and media/advertising. Ensuring the healthcare community has the knowledge to link their patients to our programs and community. 

Information for Health Professionals

There is a dedicated section on the Pink Hope website for Healthcare Professionals which includes genetics information for healthcare professionals and an overview of the Pink Hope programs and support services available to their patients.

Healthed Events

Pink Hope attends Healthed events nationally as a way to connect with GPs and provide them with information and resources. Pink Hope has stands at The Annual Women’s and Children’s Health Update and The General Practice Education Day events.

Patient Resources

Pink Hope provides healthcare professionals with flyers to display in their clinic/practice. To obtain Pink Hope flyers please email Head Office, info@pinkhope.org.au.