14 June, 2018
The latest evidence and information about emerging ideas
The Symposium Research and Innovation Education Series brings together a diverse group of speakers talking about the latest evidence and information about emerging ideas.
There are two sessions running on the day with an option to tailor attendance across both sessions - staying in one or the other or seeing bits of both.
Revolutionise your research and its implementation is a series of presentations by a diverse group of speakers designed to bring attendees up to speed with some recent developments in how research can be conducted and where it can focus.
Non-adherence: 800 lb gorilla or nude emperor? is presented by Professor Tim Lambert, Professor of Psychiatry at Concord Clinical School, University of Sydney and Clinical and academic director of the Collaborative Centre for Cardiometabolic Health in Psychosis (ccCHiP. This presentation/workshop will address one of the foremost and universal issues in modern health care and research: improving and maintaining adherence to treatments. This topic is of interest to clinicians, researchers, and clinical triallists, as well as peer support workers and educationalists.
The Research and Innovation Education Series will be held on Thursday 21 June, 2018 at Bay 4, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh.