Translating Research Into Practice (TRIP) symposium

1 Nov 2017

Bringing together researchers, clinicians and health industry professionals from Queensland’s leading medical research institutes, hospitals, health organisations and universities, the 2017 Mater Research TRIP symposium program provides a scientific forum to address industry-wide challenges around The Path to Preventative Health: Building Evidence for Policy and Practice.

Featuring keynote presentations from Prof Gita Mishra (Professor of Life Course Epidemiology at the School of Public Heath, The University of Queensland) and Prof Elizabeth Eakin (Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Queensland), the 2017 TRIP symposium provides a scientific forum to learn and discuss valuable insights from leading Australian medical researchers around

  • the socioeconomic impact of preventive health
  • preventive health interventions for at risk populations
  • strategies for preventing and/or reducing the burden of established diseases and related co-morbidities
  • community-based and health behaviour change interventions in preventive health.

For more information symposium or to book your tickets, visit materresearch.org.au/TRIP2017

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