2nd Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation

Event details

Type: 
Symposium
Date and time: 
Wednesday, 2 October 2013 - 9:00am to Thursday, 3 October 2013 - 5:00pm
Location: 
Sydney

2nd Annual NHMRC Research Translation Faculty Symposium - From Bench to Bourke: improving practice, policy and commercialisation

The aim of this multi-disciplinary event was 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 provided an opportunity for exchange about research translation across disciplines.

Program

Presentations

PLENARY SESSION 1: Building bridges to translate research into policy and practice (clinical focus)

One step forward, two steps back: the journey towards evidence-informed delivery of renal services
Professor Alan Cass
The curious case of translation in children’s health
Professor Melissa Wake
Translation of evidence into practice- pushing or pulling?
Professor Steve Webb

PARALLEL SESSION 1A

Translating evidence into clinical care

PARALLEL SESSION 1B

Meeting the needs of end users

PARALLEL SESSION 1C

Better use of data and technology

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 1.1

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 1.2

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 1.3

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 1.4

PARALLEL SESSION 2D

Translation in the community

PARALLEL SESSION 2E

Frameworks and models

PARALLEL SESSION 2F

Broaching barriers

PLENARY SESSION 2: The long and winding road to research translation (public/population health focus)

From research to policy and back: a role for health care guidelines
Professor Holger Schunemann
Driving the use of research in health policies and systems
Professor Sally Redman
The Road Less Travelled
Professor Cindy Shannon

PARALLEL SESSION 3G

Evidence into Policy

PARALLEL SESSION 3H

From the bench

PARALLEL SESSION 3I

Building capacity

PARALLEL SESSION 3J

Studies in bridging the Gap

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 2.1

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 2.2

WORKSHOP/MASTER CLASS SESSION 2.3

PLENARY SESSION 3: Creativity and discovery starts the journey (innovation focus)

Translating Bionic Solutions for Epilepsy into the Clinic
Professor Mark Cook
Creative approaches to improve access to evidence and strengthening evidence to policy linkages
Professor Tikki Pang

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