2nd Annual NHMRC Research Translation Faculty Symposium - From Bench to Bourke: improving practice, policy and commercialisation
The aim of this multi-disciplinary event is to showcase Australia’s talent and creativity across the entire spectrum of research translation: including advances from innovation and industry, through to clinical and public health practice and health policy. It will provide an opportunity for exchange about research translation across disciplines.
This event will be the 2nd annual symposium of the NHMRC Research Translation Faculty. You do not need to be a Faculty member to submit an abstract and attend the symposium.
Call for abstracts
We invite abstracts on research translation, in particular on the key topics listed below. Successful authors will be offered either an oral or a poster presentation.
Call for workshops and master classes
We also invite proposals for workshops or master classes. The intention is that these will be focused educational sessions on topics relevant to research translation, including the key topics listed below.
- Models for research translation
- Measuring the impact of health and medical research
- Disseminating the results of research
- Meeting the needs of end users (including health care consumers, policy makers and other key stakeholders)
- Building capacity in research translation
Submitting an abstract or proposal
To submit an abstract or master class proposal, open the Symposium on Research Translation - Abstract submission form.
Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and submitted by 13 May 2013.
Registration for the Symposium will open in June.
Further information, including the Symposium program, will be provided in the coming months.