Herston Health Precinct Symposium – 20202021-09-20T16:16:47+10:00

2020 Herston Healthcare Symposium

Monday 7 December 2020

Global health problems global solutions: Trans-pacific research alliance to improve health

Assoc. Prof. Leo Seoane, Chief Academic Officer and Senior Vice-President Ochsner Health,
Ochsner Medical Centre, New Orleans, USA

International collaboration: a strong driver for Impactful research from a french perspective

Dr. Claire roger, anaesthetist and researcher, montpellier university and the nîmes university Hospital, france

Successful international collaboration is like sports: Reflections from hong kong

Prof. Anna Lee, Head of Graduate Division, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Positive strategies for strong, international Research collaborations

Dame Nicky Cullum DBE, Professor of Nursing, Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Clinico-pathological conference (cpc) moderators

Moderators: Dr. Andrew Redmond, Staff Specialist, Infectious Diseases Unit and Director of Advanced Physician Training, RBWH; Assoc. Prof. Margaret Cummings, Pathology Queensland

Lessons learnt from covid-19: panel discussion

Chair: Dr. David Rosengren, Executive Director, RBWH, MNHHS

Year of the nurse and midwife

Year of the nurse and midwife: Opening Address

Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Nursing and Midwifery Services, RBWH

Adding negative pressure to improve healing (dressing) Trial: a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial

Prof. Brigid Gillespie, Patient Safety, Griffith University

Face masks in the community: a case study in evidence based Practice

Professor Jed Duff, Professor of Nursing, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

From the bedside to the bench and back again: using Laboratory data to inform nursing practice

Dr. Nicole Gavin, Nurse Researcher, Cancer Care Services, RBWH

Medication administration evaluation and feedback tool (maeft) – what, how, where to?

Dr. Karen Davies, CNC Safe Medication Practice, Clinical Pharmacology, RBWH

The deteriorating patient – a new perspective on an old Problem

Anthony Batterbury, Registered Nurse, Intensive Care Unit, RBWH

The prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder (psd) Symptoms in parents of high-risk infants in the neonatal Intensive care unit (nicu)

Lisa McKeown, Registered Nurse, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, RBWH

Panel discussion: growing nursing and midwifery Research capacity

Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Nursing and Midwifery Services, RBWH

Tuesday 8 December 2020

Keynote: the changing global vision for science & Healthcare practice

Chair: Prof. Jeffrey Lipman AM, Research Ambassador, RBWH
Prof. Keshwar Baboolal, Executive Director, Internal Medicine Services, RBWH

Reaching for the stars: the future of rehabilitation

Chair: Prof. Jeffrey Lipman AM, Research Ambassador, RBWH
Prof. Keshwar Baboolal, Executive Director, Internal Medicine Services, RBWH

Putting the rehabilitation client at the centre: codesigning
The queensland aphasia research centre

Lisa Anemaat, PhD candidate, Queensland Aphasia Research Centre, UQ

Measuring outcomes and value of rehabilitation

Dr. Adrienne Young, Principal Research Fellow, Allied Health, RBWH

Creating the workforce of the future: interprofessional
Student clinics and placements

Dr. Kellie Stockton, Director, Allied Health, STARS

Technology-supported rehabilitation

Prof. Trevor Russell, Director, RECOVER Injury Research Centre, UQ

The future of aphasia rehabilitation: from principles And predictors to practice

Prof. David Copland, Speech Pathologist and Director Queensland Aphasia Research Centre,
Public Forum: Q&A with Panel

Heart disease in pregnancy

Heart disease in pregnancy

Chairs: Assoc. Prof. Karin Lust, Executive Director, Women’s and Newborn Services, RBWH; Dr.
Thangeswaran Rudra, Senior Staff Specialist, RBWH

Insights from a regional obstetric cardiology clinic

Prof. William Parsonage, Staff Specialist, Cardiology, RBWH

Echocardiography in pregnancy: what’s normal?

Assoc. Prof. Sandhir Prasad, Clinical Lead in Echocardiography, RBWH

Cardiac genetics

Assoc. Prof. John Atherton, Director of Cardiology, RBWH

Foetal echo and obstetric management of cardiac Disease in pregnancy

Dr. Renuka Sekar, Senior Staff Specialist, RBWH

Neonatal management of congenital cardiac disease

Dr. Benjamin Anderson, Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist, Queensland Children’s Hospital (NP)

Anaesthetic dilemmas in pregnant women with Cardiac disease

Dr. Makarla Stead, Senior Staff Specialist Obstetric Anaesthesia, RBWH

Panel Discussion

Community Showcase and Grant Awards

Community showcase – hosted by the rbwh foundation

Rbwh And Rbwh Foundation Grant Awards

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