Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM) 2019Description
High standard health care is an important factor determining an individual’s quality of life.
Innovative health research and a focus on sustainable healthcare systems are critical to research and the future of global health. It is vital in understanding and evaluating ways of closing the gaps between evidence and practice.
The 2019 Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM) will explore how interdisciplinary research can contribute to informed decision making and fulfilling these goals. With opportunities to network with like-minded colleagues, generating momentum for change through collaboration and capacity building.
Organised by the Centre for Health and Medical Research, ACT Health Directorate, in collaboration with Canberra Health Services and our academic partners. CHARM continues to be an excellent forum for showcasing health research achievements and supporting the Canberra region community to innovate and maximise the impact and contribution made by our health care researchers.
Free 3.5 day Conference
This is a free event, registration open now
- Health care challenges and future solutions
- End of Life care - past trends, future projections and implications for services
- Maternal care and the gut microbiome
- Clinical, allied health and nursing research
Tuesday 30 July to Friday 2 August 2019 Canberra Hospital Auditorium, Building 1, Level 2Garran, ACT 2605
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
For all enquiries, contact Hannah Clarke on:
Phone +61 (0) 412647015
or Cath Rollinson on:
Networking, research, innovation, quality of life, sustainable health care system, innovative health research, health care challenges
GPs, GP Registrar, Specialist, Doctor in Training (DIT), Medical Student, International Medical Graduate, Overseas Trained Doctor, Medical Specialists Fundamental and Clinical Health Researchers, Allied disciplines including primary care, acute medicine, public health, psychiatry, paediatrics, and ageing as well as economics, psychology, statistics, social science and ethics, clinical trial design, health informatics and implementation researchers