Post Graduate Workshops

 

1. The Inaugural Australian chILD Summit

Date: Friday 27 March, 11.30 am – 5.00 pm
Venue: Meeting Room  219
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2. ASAR Biennial Summit – Optimising Severe Asthma Workshop

Date: Friday 27 March
Venue: Meeting Room 218
Description: Optimising Severe Asthma Workshop will provide a detailed overview on the latest severe asthma research and treatment approaches. The severe asthma management landscape is rapidly changing as more precise phenotyping and new targeted therapies are introduced into practice. This course will provide an overview of the current research as well as providing potential pathways on how targeted treatments may be implemented to address the complexity and heterogeneity of severe asthma. It will be relevant to a wide range of TSANZ members including physicians and trainees, nurses, allied health professionals and scientist. The programme will enhance clinicians’ practice and enable delivery of the latest evidence-based health care to improve outcomes for this patient group.

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4. Health Impacts of Air Pollution in Australia - Facts and Actions for Policy Change and Advocacy

Date: Saturday 28 March, 8.30 am – 11.50 am
Venue: Meeting Room 214
Description: This workshop will summarize national and international research highlighting the significant and wide-ranging adverse health effects related to outdoor air pollution and the burden of disease in Australia. The workshop will also provide details about sources and composition of air pollution in Australia and how this is measured. The regulation and management of air quality by Federal, State and local community agencies will be explained.

Finally the workshop will explore opportunities for health professionals to advocate for policy change to improve air quality.

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5. Exercise Testing and Training 

Date: Friday 27 March, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue: Alfred Clinical Teaching Space
Description: Understanding of exercise testing and training is important to many clinicians and researchers working with people with chronic lung conditions.
The objectives of this workshop are:
1. Review the physiological responses to exercise;
2. To compare and contrast the mode of exercise training, including theoretical and practical considerations as well as physiological responses; and
3. Consider the application of these factors in the clinical context of prescription of exercise training for a range of chronic lung conditions.

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Cochrane Airways Workshop

Date: Saturday 28 March, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue: Meeting Room 214
Cost: $10
Speakers:
Dr Christian Osadnik is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Research in the Department of Physiotherapy at Monash University and Co-ordinating Editor of Cochrane Airways Australia.
Dr Sue Brennan is a Research Fellow at Cochrane Australia and Director of the Melbourne GRADE Centre. Sue leads on Cochrane Australia’s commissioned reviews and methodological evaluations for NHMRC, provides GRADE training and consults for various guideline groups. Her research focuses on methods for research synthesis and she is a co-author on four chapters in the 2019 Edition of the Cochrane Handbook.
Dr Emily Karahalios is a Research Fellow (biostatistician) with the Biostatistics Units within the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, and the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne. Emily is involved in teaching and research at both institutions. Her research interests include methods to synthesise evidence from multiple treatments (also known as network meta-analysis), the use of multiple imputation to handle missing data in longitudinal studies, and ways to deal with missing data in causal inferential methods.
Mr Steve McDonald is a Senior Research Fellow and Co-Director of Cochrane Australia. Steve leads Cochrane Australia’s education and training, and contributes to commissioned systematic reviews. His research interests include innovations to enhance the efficiency of evidence synthesis through automation, information retrieval methods, and living reviews and guidelines.

 

Fees - Post-Grad Course 1 & 2

All Post-Graduate Course Fees are in AU$.

TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary $120
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary earning <$105K per annum $100
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Associate  $90 
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Student  $70
Non-member - Nurses/Allied Health  $240
Non-member - Physicians/Consultants  $180
Non-member - Students  $140

Virtual Attendee: ASAR Biennial Summit

Virtual Attendee: The Inaugural chILD Summit - Clinicians

$50


Fees - Post-Grad Course 4

All Post-Graduate Course Fees are in AU$.

TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary/Corporate $95
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary under $105k $90
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Associate $80
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Students $60
Non-member - Physicians/Consultants $200
Non-member - Nurses/Allied Health $150
Non-member - Students $120

 

Fees - Post-Grad Course 5

All Post-Graduate Course Fees are in AU$.

TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary/Corporate $130
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Ordinary under $105k $110
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Associate $80
TSANZ/ANZSRS Member - Students $50
Non-member - Physicians/Consultants $300
Non-member - Nurses/Allied Health $250
Non-member - Students $150

 

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