Queensland Critical Care Research Forum 2018

Event information

Type of event

Conference lasting more than one day

Description of the event

This forum is aimed at Queensland Critical Care Medical, Nursing, Allied Health and University Academics

from the novice to the experienced researcher.

The forum aims to address some of the major questions for Critical Care Research, foster statewide collaborations

and support the development of research projects relavent to Queensland

If you work in Critical Care and are involved in research, then this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Wednesday 9th May - CICM Trainee and Novice/Early Career Researcher Workshop Day

A full day of sessions outlining the key tools for research. Comprising sessions from expert speakers covering statistics, ethical approval, reference management software, Microsoft Word and Excel as well as the requirements for the CICM Formal Project. This workshop day is supported by The College of Intensive Care Medicine. Workshop Day Program

Thursday 10th May - Queensland Critical Care Research Forum

Developed in Collaboration with the ANZICS-CTG, the Forum is a full day of presentations tailored to the building of research collaboration in Queensland Intensive Care Units

The Keynote Speakers Prof David Pilcher and A/Prof Ian Seppelt with provide insights into the utility of existing databases for answering key questions for all Critical Care Researchers regardless of whether they work in Tertiary Units or small regional centres. QCCRF Program and Speaker Biographies

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Sunshine Coast Health Institute
Birtinya, QLD 4575


pdf document QCCRF Thursday Program and Speakers May 2018.pdf
Forum Outline
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Key Words (MeSH) describing the topic

information Added MeSH terms
Critical Care
Health care provided to a critically ill patient during a medical emergency or crisis.
Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation, having for its aim the discovery of new facts and their correct interpretation, the revision of accepted conclusions, theories, or laws in the light of newly discovered facts, or the practical application of such new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws. (Webster, 3d ed)

Workplaces involved

Added workplaces

Health Care - Health care providers - Queensland Health - Mackay Hospital and Health Service - Mackay Base Hospital - Mackay Institute of Research and Innovation

Instructions for registration

Register online

Target group for the event

Target group for the event

checked Medicine - Primary Health Care
not checked Medicine - Specialist Care
not checked Dentistry
not checked University

Target profession

checked Medical practitioners - General Practitioners / Specialists
checked Medical practitioners - Registrars / Principal House Officers (PMOs)
checked Medical practitioners - Resident Medical Officers (RMOs)
checked Nursing - Nurses
checked Nursing - Nurse practitioners
checked Allied Health - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioners
checked Allied Health - Audiologists
checked Allied Health - Chinese medicine practitioners
checked Allied Health - Chiropractors
checked Allied Health - Dietitians
checked Allied Health - Medical radiation practitioners
checked Allied Health - Occupational therapists
checked Allied Health - Optometrists
checked Allied Health - Osteopaths
checked Allied Health - Pharmacists
checked Allied Health - Physiotherapists
checked Allied Health - Podiatrists
checked Allied Health - Psychologists
checked Allied Health - Social workers
checked Allied Health - Speech pathologists

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Geographical location in Queensland

Sunshine Coast
PublishedDocument information: Queensland Critical Care Research Forum 2018 | Last modified: 2018-04-24 by Mackay Institute of Research and Innovation

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