Related Events & Links
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19th International Microscopy Congress
Join us in Sydney, Australia for the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19)!
The Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society extend a warm invitation to you to join us at the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) to be held 9 -14 September 2018 in Sydney, Australia.
The Congress theme, ‘Microscopy: Bridging the Sciences’, will bring together more than 2,000 researchers, decision makers, national microscopy societies, industry partners, and other stakeholders involved in microscopy sciences from all over the world. We are planning an outstanding scientific program led by world-renowned plenary speakers that will showcase exciting new developments in microscopy and demonstrate the transformational role of microscopy in underpinning a range of physical and life sciences.
While the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge provide the backdrop to this exciting event, Sydney is the gateway to a myriad of unique Australian experiences. We look forward to warmly welcoming you, your family, and your friends to Australia for this once in a lifetime experience.
For more information, please visit the website at www.imc19.com
39th Australasian Dermatopathology Society Annual Scientific Meeting
Welcome to the 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Dermatopathology Society at the Intercontinental Hotel. This yearly meeting is widely regarded by both attending pathologists and dermatologists as the premier regional meeting of our specialty. We have been fortunate to engage Dr Lori Lowe from Michigan and Dr Steve Billings from Ohio as this years distinguished invited speakers.
As in previous years, you will get tremendous bang for your conference buck with a jam packed scientific programme aligned to our social events including a Friday evening welcome cocktail reception and a Saturday night conference dinner at Jolly’s boathouse. The latter, a short distance from the conference hotel is located on the river Torrens, adjacent to the newly refurbished Adelaide Oval precinct.
This year as a new initiative we are offering a $500 prize to the best Clinicopathologic Gem as an adjunct to our well established $1,000 Brenan Prize for trainees. Please take an opportunity to visit our sponsors, catch up with colleagues and enjoy the hospitality of Adelaide in Spring.
For more information, please visit the website at http://www.aderms.com/39th-meeting-info/
AMA National Conference
This year’s AMA National Conference will be held at the QT Hotel, Canberra, from 25-27 May 2018. The Conference will be open with addresses from the Health Minister, Shadow Health Minister, and Leader of the Greens. The Prime Minister and Opposition Leader have also been invited to share their health policy objectives.
The new conference format will give AMA members and the broader community a platform to debate the most pressing challenges facing our profession and in the healthcare system.
For more information, please visit the website at https://natcon.ama.com.au/
Melanoma Summit - New Zealand
The Fifth New Zealand Melanoma Summit being held at the Cordis Hotel, Auckland from 2 – 3 November 2018.
For more information, please visit the website at http://www.melnet.org.nz/2018-melanoma-summit
The Australia and New Zealand Trials Group (ANZMTG)
The Australia and New Zealand Melanoma Trials Group (ANZMTG) is the national cancer collaborative research group developing quality investigator-initiated clinical trials addressing unmet clinical questions in melanoma and skin cancers.
ANZMTG exists for one purpose: to support high-quality investigator-driven research that reduces the impact of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer and improves outcomes for people affected by these cancers.
Our aim is to accelerate research progress by connecting and supporting passionate clinicians to develop concepts, conduct research, and promote clinically relevant findings at a faster pace than is possible through a single institution.
Our researchers, staff and members are united by a single core belief: that through high-quality, clinically relevant research, we can improve the lives of people with melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. Our value derives from a combination of our independent, collaborative, multidisciplinary, patient-centred approach.
We consider research questions on causes and prevention of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer and on ways to improve diagnosis, treatment and care for early and late-stage disease. Our forward-looking agenda prioritises questions that have the potential to improve patient outcomes, accelerate progress and add value to our health system. Our research ranges from registry-driven research and small pilot studies to large randomised clinical trials, each considering the potential to change practice and / or improve how care is delivered.
We are a member-based research group, membership is free and we welcome all interested researchers and clinicians to join us. We offer all aspects of protocol development, grant writing and project / data management expertise for the efficient and safe conduct of the highest quality trials to advance treatment for patients. For more information please contact email@example.com
Cancer Nurse Society of Australia (CNSA) 22nd Annual Congress
The Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) will be hosting the 22nd CNSA Annual Congress in Melbourne from the 20-22 June 2019.
Our theme for 2019 is ‘The Complexity of Cancer Care: what will the future of cancer nursing look like?’ International Keynote Speaker Dr Linda Watson, current President of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO) will be discussing her work around embedding Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) as well as her work on incorporating digital health and change management to transform nursing care. For further information as the program evolves, head to www.cnsacongress.com.au
For more information on CNSA, how to become a member and member benefits, head to www.cnsa.org.au