Strategic research workshop

2019 ANZCA Clinical Trial Network (CTN) Strategic Research Workshop

 

 

 


Registrations closes soon!

Join the ANZCA CTN in Manly, Sydney for the 2019 ANZCA Clinical Trial Network Strategic Research Workshop.
 
This three-day event brings together experienced and early career researchers, medical professionals and research co-ordinators from Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

Its objectives are to strengthen the collaborative approach to multicentre research in anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine; to encourage, promote and mentor researchers to engage in clinical research to improve patient outcomes; and to showcase the recent achievements and research activity of the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network.

 

Keynote speakers

Professor Val Gebski - Keynote statistician (Professor of Biostatistics and Research Methodology Medicine, Sydney Medical School, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre).
 

 

 

 

 



Dr Janelle Bowden
- Keynote speaker on consumer involvement (Foundation and Executive Officer, Research4Me).

 

 

 


Dr Felicity Flack - Keynote speaker on data linkage (Manager, policy and client services, Population Health Research Network).




 

 

Professor Andrew Davidson - Keynote speaker on paediatric trials (Head of Anaesthesia Research, Royal Children's Hospital and Murdoch Childrens Research Institure).

 

 

 

 

Program outline

View the 2019 ANZCA CTN workshop program.

 

Anaesthesia research co-ordinators’ networking function

Thursday August 8, 6-9pm
This networking function will be open for allied health and research co-ordinators. During the evening you will get a chance to meet with your mentors and network other research co-ordinators from around New Zealand and Australia.

 

Workshops

Research co-ordinators' workshop
This workshop is aimed at research coordinators and nurses facilitating anaesthesia research, however, all members of the research team are welcome to attend.
 

Workshop on higher degrees in anaesthesia (ANZCA fellows/ trainees only)
An interactive session discussing the barriers, enablers and the advantages and limitations of different pathways for obtaining a higher qualification as part of a career in anaesthesia, from research doctorates to masters by coursework. Input from past and current higher degree candidates is invited, as well as those contemplating further study.
 

Registration and cost

Includes: Meeting registration; Friday welcome reception; all lunches, morning and afternoon teas; and Saturday evening dinner. Additional tickets for social functions can be purchased for your guests. All registration fees are quoted in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST.

  • Full registration: $880.
  • Allied health professionals/trainee/research co-ordinator registration: $451.

Register online with your college ID. If you don't have a college ID, or you only want to attend the Research Co-ordinator or Advanced Research Methodology workshop’s, please download a registration form.

 

Social functions

Anaesthesia research co-ordinators’ networking function
The networking function will be held on Thursday August 8, 6-9pm at The Pantry in Manly. This networking function is open to allied health and research co-ordinators. During the evening you will get a chance to meet with your mentors and network other research co-ordinators from around Australia and New Zealand. The dinner is not included in the registration fee and is an additional cost of $44.
 
Women in anaesthesia research dinner
The dinner will be held on Thursday August 8, 7-10pm at The Herring Room in Manly.
This dinner will be open to ANZCA fellows/trainee workshop delegates only.
During this dinner you will be able to share ideas with your colleagues on managing a research career, and also inspire and support one another!
The dinner is not included in the registration fee and is an additional cost of $132 for a three course dinner.
 
Welcome reception
The welcome reception will be held on Friday August 9 from 6pm at the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific. It is included in the registration fee. Additional tickets for guests can be purchased for $110.
 
Conference dinner
The conference dinner will be held on Saturday August 10 from 6pm at Q Station in Manly.
It is included in the registration fee. Additional tickets for guests can be purchased for $143.
Coaches will transfer delegates to and from the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific to the Q Station. There will be a second transfer back to the hotel for those delegates taking the ghost tour.
 
Ghost Tour
After the dinner at Q Station, delegates will have the option to take a ghost tour around one of Australia's most haunted sites!
As darkness descends over Q Station’s historic buildings, the burial ground and empty pathways… the time comes to encounter the ghosts of our site.
The cost of the ghost tour is $33 and a minimum of 20 guests is required.

 

Sydney City2Surf
If you would like to join the ANZCA Trailblazers in this year's City2Surf, contact Dr Natalie Smith for more information.

Emerging researchers breakfast
If you would like to join the emerging researchers breaksfast on Friday August 9, contact Dr Jennifer Reilly for more information.

 

Venue

The 2019 ANZCA Clinical Trial Network Strategic Research Workshop will be held at the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific.
Address: 55 North Steyne, Manly, NSW 2095

 

Accommodation


Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific contact:
Telephone: +61 (02) 9977 7666
Email: h5462-re2@accor.com

Rooms are limited, please book early to ensure you don’t miss out.
 

Claiming CPD

Participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program can claim one credit per hour for attendance at lectures or presentations under the knowledge and skills category.

 

Twitter

Join the conversation on Twitter by using the event hashtag #CTN19. You can also follow the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network @CTN_ANZCA

 

Contact

For further information, please contact the meeting organiser:

Kate Galloway,
Events Officer
events@anzca.edu.au
+61 3 8517 5398
ANZCA House, 630 St Kilda Rd Melbourne VIC 3004

 

 

 

 

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