Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting 2015

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This cross institutional meeting is held each year as a joint venture between ACT Health, The Australian National University Medical School, John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian Catholic University, The University of Canberra, The Australian Institute of Sport, University of New South Wales Canberra, Sports Medicine Australia and is hosted by the ACT Health Research Office.

CHARM is a major event for the institutions involved with presentations from high profile keynote speakers on hot topics in medical research. The aim of CHARM is to showcase the wide range of health research in the Canberra region.

2015 Prize Winners

Award

Winner

Presentation Title

ACT Health Chief Allied Health Office Professional Development Grant for the Best Allied Health Oral Presentation

Bernie Bissett

Can we see the future for intensive care patients? Reliability and Utility of the Acute Care Index of Function in ICU

ACT Health Chief Allied Health Office Professional Development Grant for the Best Allied Health Poster Presentation

Joelie Parker

 

Getting 'Inspired' in Pulmonary Rehab - Involving Patients in Implementing Evidence-Based Practice  

 

DiscoverQuick Award for the Best Student Research Oral Presentation

Russell McGoldrick

 

Tongue tie (TT) in newborns at the Centenary Hospital, Canberra: Follow-up at 2 weeks following TT division

Canberra Hospital Private Practice Fund Award for the Best Clinical Research Oral Presentation

Ayano Nakayama

 

Evidence of effectiveness of a fracture liaison service to reduce re-fracture rates

 

Canberra Hospital Private Practice Fund Award for the Best Clinical Research Poster

 

Sumeet Rai

 

Impact of intensive care registrar experience on the duration of Medical Emergency Team call

Radiation Oncology Private Practice Trust Fund Award for the Best Laboratory Research Oral Presentation

Madeleine Neill

 

Prognostic impact and landscape of MLL2 mutations in DLBCL

 

Radiation Oncology Private Practice Trust Fund Award for the Best Laboratory Research Poster

Yen-Zhen Lu

 

Can 670 nm light ameliorate proliferative gliosis in retinal Müller cells? an in vitro study

ACT Health Research Office Award for the Best Student Research Poster

Rina Soetanto

 

The dynamics of microRNA and mRNA 3’UTR interactions in normal and hypertrophic hearts

SYNERGY Award for the Best Nursing Poster

 

 

Anne Baynes

 

Introducing new guidelines for gay men: How a clinical audit raised awareness for Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing at Canberra Sexual Health Centre

SYNERGY Award for the Best Nursing Presentation

 

Danny Hills

 

In harm’s way: The impact of workplace aggression in Australian clinical medical practice

Program

Please download full CHARM Program here

Enquiries

If you require any assistance please contact the Research Office at Canberra Hospital on: (02) 6174 5257 or email hannah.clarke@act.gov.au

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