Interested in combining scientific research with clinical practice to improve patient care? Learn more about the unique career path of a clinician-scientist in the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science’s Life as a Clinician Scientist Nursing and Midwifery online symposium. This free event will be held online and feature national experts from a range of roles. Speakers will discuss topics such as how to conduct high-impact research, how to balance the many roles of a clinician-scientist, and how to excel as a leader.
The event will be chaired by Professor Caroline Homer AO FAHMS(Co-Program Director, Maternal and Child Health; Co-Head, Global Women’s and Newborn Health, Burnet Institute) and Professor Claire Rickard FAHMS (University of Queensland-Herston Infectious Diseases Institute, Metro North Health; Co-Lead, Alliance for Vascular Access Teaching and Research)
- Professor Caleb Ferguson, Professor of Nursing (Chronic and Complex Care) and Associate Head of School (Research Strategy, Development and Partnership), University of Wollongong
- Professor Donna Hartz, Clinical Chair in Midwifery, Western Sydney University
- Associate Professor Lauren Kearney, Head of Discipline, Midwifery; The University of Queensland
- Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates FAHMS, Executive Dean of Health, Queensland University of Technology
- Professor Jennifer Fereday, Clinical Professor of Midwifery, University of South Australia, Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre
Find the full program here: https://bit.ly/3NRHF64
Thursday 20 July
Tickets are free, but registration is essential.
Don’t miss your chance to hear from and meet with some of nursing and midwifery’s ground-breaking clinician-scientists.
Registrations are limited. Register now to secure your spot.
We are grateful to all our sponsors for their generous contributions.
Life as a Clinician-Scientist Program Sponsors: