Thinking Small: Nanomedicine for Cancer Therapy - Monday Lunch Live
We invite you to hear from Associate Professor John McGhee and Professor Maria Kavallaris AM who will discuss the pre-clinical trial studies on nanoparticle drug delivery systems and the promise of new forms of targeted cancer treatment. They will also discuss the use of virtual reality platforms and biomedical imaging methods such as fluorescence microscopy and serial block-face scanning electron microscopy that allow researchers to see deep into tissue to track a nanoparticles journey.
ABC of Childhood Immunity - Allergy, Bugs, and Cancer
Learn more about your immune system and why it is important during health and disease. Hosted by Associate Professor Sammy Bedoui, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Melbourne, Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunology; the topic will be discussed by three of Australia's top immunologists: Professor Mimi Tang, Professor Benjamin Marsland and Dr Misty Jenkins.
Supportive care in cancer: anyone, anytime, anywhere - Monday Lunch Live
We invite you to join Kathryn Whitfield Assistant Director Cancer Strategy and Development at DHHS Victoria and Professor Mei Krishnasamy Chair in Cancer Nursing in the Department of Nursing at the University of Melbourne who will officially launch WeCan.
Victorian Integrated Cancer Services Conference 2019
An opportunity for health services, clinicians, researchers and consumers to come together to learn about current and emerging work being undertaken in the cancer sector and build connections across the cancer community.
Special Monday Lunch Live International Nurses Day: Nurse-led Research - the nexus between science and care
Hear how research enabled nurses impact clinical outcomes and health service efficiencies. International Nurses Day is an international day observed around the world on 12 May of each year to mark the contributions that nurses make to society.
What every emerging principal investigator needs to know.This advanced course is for emerging principal investigators, those who may have been involved in caring for participants on a clinical trial, or held the role of sub principal investigator, but are yet to hold the position of principal investigator for their own clinical trial.
Experience-based Co-design Masterclass: VCCC Nurse-Led Research Hub
Nurses who work within VCCC clinical member organisations are invited to attend a Masterclass hosted by Professor Theresa Wiseman, Clinical Professor of Applied Health Research in Cancer Care from the University of Southampton.
An introduction to the use of statistical data in clinical research.This workshop is designed as an introductory level workshop for health professionals who want to better understand how to interpret the reporting of statistical results. The workshop will explore beyond the simple how-to of statistical testing to delve into the underlying concepts and rationales for hypothesis testing.
Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference
Thinking Speaking Being: A space to connect Indigenous peoples, and non-Indigenous colleagues, and share the journey together. Through the conference theme, the Institute invites an important discussion about the futures we want as Indigenous peoples and our contribution to the wellbeing of the planet.
The biennial Oceanic Palliative Care Conference, 19OPCC, formerly known as the Australian Palliative Care Conference, is the pre-eminent event in the Oceanic region for anyone who is interested in quality palliative care at the end of life.
The Next Wave in cancer research: The Conference promises to bring together the best minds, best ideas and latest research in a dynamic and thought provoking conference. Please join us and generate meaningful engagement and collaborations that will live well beyond the conference itself.
Australian and New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society (ANZHNCS)
ANZHNCS ASM 2019 21st Annual Scientific Meeting
We are starting to reap the benefits of our evolving understanding of cancer biology and tumour immunology and see them applied to the treatment of Head and Neck cancers. Come to the 21st meeting of the ANZHNCS to hear presentations from internationally recognised surgical, immunological, medical and radiation oncological and allied health experts exploring new science in the pursuit of better outcomes and therapies.
A broad range of Australian and international experts cutting edge design and conduct of clinical trials, data and registry custodianship, healthcare funding, policy and regulation, healthcare service delivery, health information technology, health economics, and patient advocacy.