2024 Emergency Care Research Symposium
Held over two days at Gold Coast University Hosptial, the 2nd Emergency Care Research Symposium will cover an array of outstanding future focused and innovative work on priority area topics including paediatrics, education & simulation, workforce, vulnerable populations, ultrasound, trauma and pre-hospital, and appropriate emergency care.
The target audience includes ED researchers, clinicians, collaborators, academics, consumer advisory group members, policy makers and health leaders. We have some outstanding speakers lined up so hope you can join us on 23rd and 24th May 2024 on the Gold Coast for the 2nd Emergency Care Research Symposium.
GCH Emergency Care Pillar Leads
Professor Julia Crilly OAM
Workforce and Vulnerable Population Pillar Lead
Professor Gerben Keijzers
Appropriate Emergency Care Pillar Lead
Associate Professor Shane George
Paediatric Pillar Lead
Professor Victoria Brazil
Education and Simulation Pillar Lead
Doctor Peter Snelling
Ultrasound Pillar Lead
Dr Jessica Forbes
Trauma and Pre Hospital Pillar Lead
Ms Elizabeth Wake
Trauma and Pre Hospital Lead
Associate Professor Helen Benham
Helen is the Executive Director of Research and Clinical Translation at the Translational Research Institute (TRI). She is an experienced Rheumatologist who divides her time between clinical practice at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and her role driving collaborations across the research and healthcare. She is an Associate Professor with University of Queensland and a previous NHMRC Translating Research into Practice (TRIP) Fellow.
Helen has experience across the research spectrum including basic science, clinical trials and applying the principles of implementation science to her clinical field. Helen is a Non-Executive Director and is currently on the board of Metro South Hospital and Health Service and previously Arthritis Queensland (chair) and the Princess Alexandra Research Foundation.
Professor Victoria Brazil
Victoria is an emergency physician and medical educator. She works in the Emergency Department at the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, and at Bond University where she is the Director of the Translational Simulation Collaborative.
Victoria’s main interests are simulation for healthcare improvement and high-performance teamwork. She aims to bring healthcare ‘tribes’ together for better patient care. Victoria is a leader in faculty development for healthcare simulation and medical education – through her work at the Gold Coast and with the Harvard Macy Institute. Victoria is an enthusiast in the social media and FOAMed world, she is a co-producer of Simulcast, a leading podcast for the healthcare simulation community
Professor Diana Egerton-Warburton OAM
Professor Diana Egerton-Warburton is an Emergency Physician and Conjoint Professor for Emergency Care Research at the School of Clinical Science at Monash Health, Monash University. She has a passion for patient and community advocacy. She has led and participated in a number of multi-site clinical trials and clinical research projects, with an emphasis on focused on pragmatic, patient-centered research, to influence practice and policy.
Call for Poster Abstract Submissions
We invite health and medical researchers to submit an abstract of original work for consideration as a poster at the 2024 Gold Coast Health Emergency Care Research Symposium. We encourage submissions from novice researchers, which might include bachelor/honours level students, PhD students, and health professionals engaged in research, as well as more established researchers. The theme of the conference is ‘Embedding research into clinical practice’ and encompasses a wide range of health and healthcare-related topics. In keeping with the theme of the symposium, all submissions should have relevance to Emergency Care. Pre-clinical (i.e., bench) research is not the focus of this conference.
All single day and 2 day tickets include entry to the Networking Cocktail Party on Thursday the 23rd of May from 5pm – 8pm.
This symposium provides certificates for all attendees to receive a total of 8 CPD hours per day (16 hours total can be accumulated at this symposium).
The 2024 Emergency Care Research Symposium official program will be finalised shortly and available on this web site.
Symposium Welcome Cocktail Party
Thursday 23rd May at 5pm to 8pm hosted at the Aviary Rooftop and Bar, Mantra Sharks Southport. This event is FREE for all symposium attendees and includes a welcome drink on arrival and canapes.
Symposium Ticket Pricing available until 5th February 2024
1 day ticket – $176 p/p incl gst
2 day ticket – $286 p/p incl gst
Accommodation is available at Mantra Southport Sharks. book direct via phone and get 15% off your booking with the code CE2023
To make a reservation please call 5603 3200