Friday 17th July 2015, 8:30am to 4:30pm at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) Auditorium, 37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba Qld .
The Annual QLD TRIP symposium is designed to enhance understanding and collaboration across Queensland in implementation science ensuring that the knowledge we have from the best available research translates effectively into everyday clinical practice and improved health outcomes. The program will feature TRIP experts and novice researchers including 3 minute Thesis presentations from clinician researchers as part of the Mater iResearch course.
The key themes for the 2015 symposium are:
• Big data: how have data collections been harnessed to translate research into practice?
• Big healthcare: how have clinical outcomes been impacted by implementing evidence?
• Big quality: how has research contributed to increased quality and safety in our health systems?
Professor Bill Runciman – University of Adelaide
Dr David Hansen – Australian e-Health Research Centre
For more Information contact the Mater Research Development Team: firstname.lastname@example.org TRIP Symposium Flyer