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  • Centre for Health Economics - Seminar Series

    Research staff at the Centre for Health Economics, together with visiting and invited researchers, report on methodological issues and results of current research in the health sector. Visitors are welcome, and discussion and debate is encouraged.

    Seminars are generally held once a month, on the first Wednesday of the month, usually between 1.00pm and 2.00pm at the Centre for Health Economics, RB Scotton Room, 2nd Floor, Room 278, Building 75 (The Strip), Clayton Campus.

    http://www.buseco.monash.edu.au/centres/che/seminars/index.html


  • Health Sciences Events - University of Otago, New Zealand

July 2014

  • First International Health Services Research: Evidence-based practice conference, taking place at King's College, London, UK from 1–3 July 2014.

    King's College, London, UK from 1–3 July 2014.

     

    As health services research is a multidisciplinary field, this meeting will have a broad scope and address topics from many viewpoints, ranging from international health policy to local health care systems. With health policies often dictated by politicians, integrating evidence into health service practice remains challenging. Changes to health services and health policies are all too often implemented without reference to available research evidence. This conference considers the latest health services research findings, and how the evidence should and can be translated into practice. Each session will be led by a distinguished leader in the field, and will include both invited speakers and a number of talks by participants selected from the submitted abstracts.

    http://sci.scientific-direct.net/view_online.asp?1143030&f12b70b535adf7c6&18

  • Translating evidence into clinical relevance seminar

    Date: Tuesday 22nd July 2014
    Organiser: Centre of Research Excellence in Patient Safety (CREPS) and the Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, Monash University
    Venue: The Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) Lecture Theatre, 75 Commercial Rd, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne Vic 3004
    Cost: $230 pp (incl. of GST)

    Who should attend: This seminar is aimed at early career clinicians, paramedics, nurses, nursing students, medical students and administrators with an interest in undertaking research.

    Contact: Catherine Pound Ph: +61 3 9903 0891 / Email: crepatientsafety@monash.edu
    Registration details: please visit http://www.med.monash.edu.au/sphpm/creps/seminars.html

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  • 2014 Primary Health Care Research Conference


    National Convention Centre, Canberra, 23-25 July 2014

     

    Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes

    This Conference seeks to foster a culture in which knowledge exchange becomes automatic, a part of core business for everyone who wants to contribute to the improvement of primary health care outcomes. The value of any evidence is enhanced when the key stakeholders work together with a common purpose that encourages them to capitalise, from the outset, on their different perspectives, expertise and skills. Such a focus on partnerships and co-creation of knowledge can become a part of ‘the way we do things here’.

    www.phcris.org.au/conference/2014/index.php

August 2014

  • Introduction to Research Methods

     

    Friday 8 August 08:30-17:00 at The Alfred Centre, 99 Commercial Road, Melbourne

     

    This one day introductory course will explore the fundamentals of undertaking research in a clinical environment.
    It will introduce key terminology and processes with the intention of providing clinicians who have not previously undertaken or led research with the confidence and skills to contribute to this crucial element of the evidence based care continuum.
    The course will be facilitated by leading clinician-researchers from The Alfred Hospital’s Emergency & Trauma Centre, and senior academics from Monash and Deakin Universities. The course is designed for health professionals who hold a healthcare related undergraduate qualification but assumes no further prior knowledge or any research experience.
    Key learning areas:
    - Development of answerable research questions
    - Literature searching
    - Displaying and summarising research data
    - Basic statistical analyses
    - Principles of research ethics

     

    Details:
    •  Full program details via this link
    • Registration via this link
    • Cost $300 (plus GST)
  • Venous leg ulcer seminar Aug 2014

    Organiser: Monash University
    Date: Friday 15th August 2014
    Venue: The Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) Lecture Theatre, 75 Commercial Rd, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne Vic 3004

    Who should attend: All those interested in improving the quality of care for people with VLU.

    Contact: Catherine Pound Ph: +61 3 9903 0891 / Email: crepatientsafety@monash.edu
    Registration details: please visit http://www.med.monash.edu.au/sphpm/creps/seminars.html
    If you need a blurb, please feel free to using the following information:

    Venous leg ulcers (VLU) are a common problem that have a considerable impact on an individual’s health, quality of life and health care costs. Wound care providers, researchers, industry partners and policy makers are collaborating to decrease the (future) burden of VLU. Come and hear about the innovative initiatives, current and future, to help you and your organisation improve the quality of care for people with VLU.

September 2014

  • HealthCAM 14: Australasian Symposium on Health Communication, Advertising and Marketing

     

    Tuesday 30 September 2014, Queensland University of Technology (Gardens Point Campus), Brisbane.

    Website: www.healthcam2014.com

    Email: healthcam14@qut.edu.au

October 2014

  • International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) 21st Annual Conference


    15 - 18 October 2014 BERLIN, GERMANY

     

    "Quality of Life: Advancing Measurement Science and Transforming Healthcare"

    The mission of the International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) is to advance the scientific study of health-related quality of life and other patient-centered outcomes to identify effective interventions, enhance the quality of health care and promote the health of populations.

     

    With members representing 43 countries, ISOQOL is an international society with activities focused on promotion of high quality research in the science of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) measurement.
    Upcoming Deadlines
    31 January, 2014: Symposium Abstract Submission
    Workshop Abstract Submission
    18 April, 2014: Oral and Poster Abstract Submission
    www.isoqol.org/2014conference
  • Connected Health Symposium 2014

    Boston, 23-24 October 2014

    The Connected Health Symposium is a change-agent conference that promotes innovative thinking and the application of personal consumer health technologies to support new models of care delivery. With a  focus on trends at the intersection of technology and new models of health care delivery, the Symposium convenes thought leaders in an effort to grow the rapidly-expanding connected health marketplace. Our audience is a high-profile gathering of innovators, researchers, industry representatives and policymakers who gather for knowledge-sharing across the connected health landscape. Over 100 speakers and more than 1,000 attendees come together to define the future of care delivery and impact the day-to-day lives of patients. Symposium 2014 agenda will be available soon.

    http://symposium.connected-health.org/about-connected-health-symposiumhttp://symposium.connected-health.org/about-connected-health-symposium

November 2014

  • Second World Congress on Integrated Care "21st Century Integrated Care: serving citizens, patients and communities", Sydney 2014

    23-24 November 2014

    The conference is for all those involved in the design, delivery and evaluation of integrated care.

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