Be sure to check each events updates due to Covid-19. They may be cancelled, rescheduled or postponed.
On behalf of the Organising Committee for the 30th Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association (ACRA), it gives us great plpleasure to invite you to join us in Melbourne for an exciting educational conference.
Download the ACRA Flyer.
For more information go to www.acra.net.au/acra-2020
It is a great pleasure to invite you to participate at 2nd International Conference on Nursing Care and Patient Safety (NCPS 2020) from 24-25 June 2020 in Hotel SB BCN Events, Barcelona, Spain. The theme of the conference is “Transforming Global Nursing Research through Innovation, Connections and Collaborations”
Official website: http://globalnursingconferences.org/
The scientific program is a key element of the NCPS 2020, and plans are underway to bring you an exciting conference experience through notable speakers, hands-on workshop, and symposia.
Your active participation in the conference can contribute to improving our specialty, from education to research, to clinical practice. To this end, we invite you to submit an abstract for inclusion in the program in an oral, poster or sub-specialty presentation. Please send in your submission at the earliest.
We look forward to welcoming you to Barcelona this June 2020.
NCPS 2020 | Barcelona
The session will discuss how health professionals may navigate in our current health system towards a holistic approach in patient centred care through appropriate screening and referral in relation to oral health. Current evidence indicates a strong link between oral health and many diseases including diabetes, dementia, depression, not to mention cancers and aspiration pneumonia. Oral health for some reason has been treated separately both through the funding model and within The Australian health system.
It is the preeminent West Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) event of the year. The Conference is an excellent example of cross-sector collaboration in Western Australia. It brings together international luminaries with research leaders from universities and research institutes in the State and provides an opportunity for local researchers to showcase their own research and network with a wide range of specialists.
The unusual nature of Science on the Swan is that each year it addresses different areas of science often with new supporters and delegates. This year’s theme is ‘Driving Translational Research - Embedding Research and Innovation in Health Care’. The Conference will showcase the very best of research and scientific endeavour in Western Australia; covering a mix of fundamental, biomedical, clinical, health and social science.
The relationship between translational research and the community it addresses, is a bridge to sometimes extraordinary outcomes. Science on the Swan presents a unique opportunity to hear presentations and discussions on current results and developments in translational research.
CALL FOR PAPERS
3rd National NDIS Conference I 2020 Indigenous Allied Health Conference I 2020 Indigenous Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Conference
Brisbane QLD | Mercure Hotel North Quay | 19th – 23rd October 2020
To submit your entry, please complete the online form at this link: https://www.indigenoushealth.net/
ICS Australia is proud to announce the launch of its 3rd National Indigenous NDIS Conference and 2020 International Indigenous Allied Health Conference on the 19th – 21st October in Brisbane and 2020 Indigenous Mental Health & Suicide Conferences on the 21st – 23rdOctober respectively. Call for papers are now open and sought for from individuals, NDIS participants, family carers, community-controlled organisations and governments who wishes to share their program successes, challenges and personal journeys.
All upcoming Brisbane conferences will be held at the Mercure Brisbane North Quay. ICS guarantees that these conferences give delegates the opportunity to enlarge your network and information base, thus empowering all delegates to make greater informed decisions within their professional and extended communities. Furthermore, it has been proven time and time again that events such as this empower and reinvigorate workers with new ideas and enthusiasm, with a greater feeling of support and new contacts that may be utilised for the betterment of their own local community.
Whether you are an allied health professional, NDIS participant, disability worker, medical professional or in an administrative clerical role within the organisation, these conferences will provide excellent opportunities to gain and share information that will be of use to you and your organisation back in your community as all upcoming conferences are designed from an Indigenous perspective, in which we all lend support to each other regardless of our employers. ICS success is based upon our principle of trusting our culture and listening and adhering to our grassroots, community-controlled grounding and as part of this, our future planning is open to input from communities and grassroots individuals. With this in mind, we are extremely keen to receive input and ideas of topics of concern from around Australia which may not have the chance to be addressed in the previous year’s conference topics and agenda.
We consider ourselves to be privileged to meet such talented, diverse and professional individuals and dynamic groups last year. We wish to say thank you and our heartfelt gratitude to everyone for your dedication in closing the gap. Moreover, we look forward to working with individuals, community-controlled organizations, governments and non-government organisations in a not too distant future. With your support, we will strive to making 2020 an even more meaningful year in professional education for our mob! So, we invite you to be proactive in closing the gap! Submit your entry NOW!
Use the code 3-for-2 for our best discount!
Guidelines in Submitting Paper:
- Papers should not contain offensive language and take into account cultural sensitivities of host country.
- Papers may treat the themes in a manner that contributes to further discussion of conference aims.
- Conference papers must be presented in the finish format not less than 60 days prior to the event.
- First round of papers closing date will be close of business on Friday, 28th February with a second which closes on the 13th March, 2020.
- Papers that are not chosen in the first round may be resubmitted in the second round.
- Papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word format.
- Authors of papers presented at the conference will be formally notified of their acceptance.
- Registration fee of $650 will apply to all persons submitting papers payable upon acceptance of papers.
- Papers should explore ways in which the themes show up in the philosophy of the conference.
- All papers must be presented in a positive and informative light.
With the current Covid-19 situation we've had numerous requests from medical professionals (GPs, Nurses, Specialists, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists) to have some Medicinal Cannabis education online, as opposed to face-to-face. In response to this we’ve created a 1-hour (free) webinar that introduces Medicinal cannabis and goes through the patient to script process.
Currently the TGA policy is that any person that has had a chronic condition for more than 3 months and has failed 1st line treatment may apply for Medicinal Cannabis. You may have patients who have unsuccessfully tried a number of medications to treat their chronic conditions and are running out of options. This is where medicinal cannabis can make a real difference to patient wellbeing and quality of life.
If you're interested in receiving some general education on medicinal cannabis from the comfort of your own home or office, please join us for a 1-hour webinar to learn the step-by-step process to obtaining Medicinal Cannabis for your appropriate patients.
· About Medicinal Cannabis and how it works
. Which types of patients are eligible?
· Clinical assessment of patient
· Product selection
. Safety Data
· Contraindications to Medicinal Cannabis
· What to include in the patient consultation
· The TGA application process via the Special Access Scheme (SAS)
· Next steps after the application is approved
· Monitoring process and dosing options
Webinar Available dates and times
· March 26th QLD - 8pm (9pm VIC)
· April 2nd QLD - 8pm (9pm VIC)
· April 9th 8pm (EST)
· April 16th 8pm (EST)
If you can’t make the above times and dates, we are more than happy to provide a one on one online presentation at your convenience. Only for Registered Australian Healthcare Professionals
Founder and Director
Mana Medical Pty Ltd
Senior Medical Science Liaison
Entoura Pty Ltd
Ausmed Education is calling for expressions of interest from Nurse Practitioners to provide high-quality educational sessions at our Australiawide conferences and seminars. Presenting to groups of nurses, midwives and other health professionals, ranging in size from 15 to 200 on a range of topics, our educators enjoy the support of a respected and well-known company, dedicated to producing professional, engaging and effective educational experiences. Dowload the flyer "Ongoing opportunities Ausmed 'Call for Speakers'" for all the details.
In 2013, we launched a free online palliative care training program, funded by the Australian Government, which was developed to improve access to best practice palliative care training and to improve the quality of life for people with a life-limiting illness, as well as for their families and careers. If you are interested in using this free online training program, members are asked to create individual accounts by visiting www.pallcaretraining.com.au and registering a new account. Each participant will receive a certificate of completion upon conclusion. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries by emailing email@example.com or calling 02 6162 0780.
End of Life Law for Clinicians
End of Life Law for Clinicians (‘ELLC’) is a free national training program for clinicians, medical students, nurses and allied health professionals about the law at end of life. ELLC aims to improve participants’ knowledge and clinical practice to enhance their capacity to manage legal issues in end of life care. The program has been developed by the Queensland University of Technology, and is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health. We attach a Project Overview and flyer about the Project.
Research shows clinicians have critical legal knowledge gaps, and a strong desire to know more about end of life law to better support dying patients and avoid legal risk. ELLC seeks to address these issues by delivering 10 free online training Modules on end-of-life and palliative care law across all Australian States and Territories, and 22 case-study based workshops across Australia (in 2019 and early 2020).