Insights, challenges and opportunities: conducting research in cardiorespiratory healthcare
- 1 August 2019 at 6:00 pm – 1 August 2019 at 7:30 pm
- The Peninsula Room, Level 3, Room 3.14, MPARC, Building W
- Peninsula campus
- Open to:
- Any health professionals working in acute or subacute healthcare, respiratory medicine and/or general medicine, including physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, nurses, medical doctors, clinical researchers.
- Full cost $30, Early online registration $25 before 25/7/19, Monash University students $10
- Register here:
- Peninsula campus
Please join our panel of experienced speakers presenting 'Insights, challenges and opportunities: conducting research in cardiorespiratory healthcare'.
This interactive seminar and panel discussion aims to explore the insights and experiences of three clinician-researchers from different training backgrounds with regards to conducting quality improvement and research activities in the clinical healthcare setting.
It reviews some of the lessons learned and offer strategies to assist with incorporating research into usual clinical responsibilities. These insights may be particularly helpful for anyone curious about what it might take to do quality project / clinical research well (e.g. junior staff), supervisors wondering how to create supportive environments for staff to facilitate research in the clinical setting, or anyone considering commencing a research project (either informally or via post-graduate education pathways).
While all presenters come from a field of relevance to cardiorespiratory medicine, this session is hoped to appeal to clinicians of any background working in a diverse range of settings. The session will involve interactive panel discussions and networking among supportive clinician-researchers in this space.