wed14oct9:00 am4:00 pmFostering healthcare innovations and resilience - Virtual Conference9:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+11:00) View in my time Stream Host: Bond University | Faculty of Health Sciences + Medicine Channel:Health & Wellbeing
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+11:00) View in my time
Welcome to the 2020 Bond University HSM Medical & Postgraduate Students Research Virtual Conference. The virtual conference will showcase the broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research and project
The virtual conference will showcase the broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research and project works undertaken by the graduating Doctor of Medicine students and HSM postgraduate students; as well as hearing from stimulating keynote speakers who are leader in their field. Areas of research include Medicine (Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Practice, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Medical Education, Mental Heath), Planetary and Global Health, Biomedical Science, Exercise and Sports Science/Performance, Health Sciences, Healthcare Innovations, Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy as well as Physiotherapy,
The Keynote Speaker will be Biomedical Engineer Professor Karen Reynolds.
The Q and A panel will include Immunologist Professor Peter Doherty, Director for the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare Professor Paul Glasziou, Head of Program for Healthcare Innovations Professor Sharon Mickan and Stem Cell Early Career Researcher Dr Jason Limnios.
This conference provides an opportunity for all Bond medical students and HSM postgraduate students to meet as one group, to hear the stories and reflections from their peers about how they have connected theory, evidence based research and educational practice to influence their approaches to health care practice and contribute to new knowledge.
The virtual conference will be attended by 450-500 people – Bond medical students and their clinical supervisors, HSM postgraduate students and their supervisors, academics and delegates from the medical and health industry. The medical program is closed for the day to allow all year 3-5 medical students to attend and hear from their peers.
We invite you to participate in this conference where ideas can be shared providing clarity towards the move from student to practitioner and working in the medical and health industry!