“The Changing Therapeutic Landscape of Melanoma” is scheduled to be held on Saturday 14th February 2015 at the Robson Lecture Theatre, RAH and is a free of charge event for Health Professionals.  CPD Points will be available.

Bookings are essential at: http://wired.ivvy.com/event/CCSA15/

The Education Day Program:
Saturday 14th February 2015

8:00
Registration Desk Open
Foyer

9:00
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Robson Lecture Theatre
Convenor: Prof Michael Brown, Royal Adelaide Hospital

9:10
SESSION 1 –
MELANOMA – DERMATOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Including diagnosis, surveillance and follow up
Chair: Dr Shireen Sidhu, Royal Adelaide Hospital

10:40
Morning tea
Room 1.22

11:00
SESSION 2 –
MELANOMA – SURGICAL MANAGEMENT
Including sentinel node biopsy
Chair: A/Prof Susan Neuhaus, APS
Speakers Include: A/Prof. Andrew Spillane, Melanoma Institute Australia, Sydney

12:30
Lunch
Room 1.22

1:10
SESSION 3 –
MELANOMA – ADJUVANT THERAPIES
Including medical therapy and radiotherapy
Chair: Prof Michael Brown, Royal Adelaide Hospital

2:40
Afternoon Tea Room
1.22

3:00
SESSION 4 –
MELANOMA – MANAGEMENT OF ADVANCED DISEASE
Including locoregional and systemic therapies
Chair: Prof Michael Brown, Royal Adelaide Hospital
Speakers Include: Dr Victoria Atkinson, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, and Dr Alex Menzies, Melanoma Institute Australia, Sydney

4:30
MELANOMA EDUCATION DAY CLOSE

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Improve your research by making evidence stronger.

The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to offer researchers, in all disciplines, Comprehensive Systematic Review Training.

Our fully facilitated and practical program is a 1, 3 or 5 day course depending on your research needs or areas of interest.

Introduction to Evidence-Based Health Care and the Systematic Review of Evidence (CSR0001)

Dates: 4 May 2015, 1 day

In this mandatory module, learn how to develop a focussed question and search for literature.

The Systematic Review of Evidence generated through Quantitative Research (CSR0002)

Dates: 5 – 6 May 2015, 2 days

In this optional module, learn how to appraise and synthesise evidence from quantitative research, and, complete your protocol.

The Systematic Review of Evidence generated by Qualitative Research, Narrative and Text (CSR0003)

Dates: 7 – 8 May 2015, 2 days

In this optional module, learn how to appraise and synthesise evidence from qualitative research, narrative and text, and, complete your protocol.

 

Venue: Yash Kumarasamy Conference Room, Level 1, 115 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, SA 5000

Times: 9.00am – 5.00pm daily

To enquire and to enrol, please email Jasmine Wan at jbieducation@adelaide.edu.au before 20 March 2015.

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SA NT Datalink is a collaboration between government and academia to link de-identified data for large or entire populations within South Australia and the Northern Territory (see https://www.santdatalink.org.au/ for more details on the process and the datasets that have been linked).

The University of Adelaide is a contributing partner, and has $72,500 of credits to support fees charged by SA NT Datalink for data linkage. These credits will be allocated across projects for which a quote has been provided by SANT Datalink by May 31, 2015.

As the Uni of Adelaide representative on the SANT Datalink Steering Committee, please forward all enquiries to Professor Jonathan Karnon (School of Population Health).

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Make the leap The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to invite all clinicians, from all health and allied health disciplines, to our Evidence-Based Clinical Fellowship Program . This is a six-month work-place evidence implementation program involving two intensive training weeks at The Joanna Briggs Institute and a work-place evidence implementation project in the intervening [...]

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Unlock your leadership potential. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to invite all clinical leaders or leaders-to-be, from all health and allied health disciplines, to our Clinical Leadership Program. Our transformative one day program is delivered by a specialist leadership facilitator using a mix of guided learning, practical exercises, self-reflection and group discussion to [...]

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The focus of The Faculty of Health Sciences Facebook page will be current and future student activities and news. If you have an upcoming event or interesting news item, please email healthsslt@adelaide.edu.au. The page is being maintained by the Student Services, Learning and Teaching team based in the Faculty Office. Please like and share us! [...]

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A one-day learning and teaching course for Sessional Teachers, Tutors and Academic Staff 9.00 am – 4.15 pm | Tuesday February 10th 2015 Communities of Practice  | Learning and Teaching Morning Session: 9:00am – 12:45pm | All about Learning Whether you think that teachers are ‘born and not made’ – or not – ongoing professional [...]

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Improve your research by making evidence stronger. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to offer researchers, in all disciplines, Comprehensive Systematic Review Training. Our fully facilitated and practical program is a 1, 3 or 5 day course depending on your research needs or areas of interest. Introduction to Evidence-Based Health Care and the Systematic [...]

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The International Programs of Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine seeks to fill a full-time, non-tenure-track, Full Professor position regardless nationality for research and teaching Graduate Courses in Medical Science. Our program is interested in recruiting a scholar with native or near-native English language ability, high research ability, education experience and enthusiasm about teaching and [...]

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The Embassy of France in Australia is offering a travel grant for researchers, of any nationality, to travel between Australia and France in 2015. The aim of this travel grant is to facilitate and enhance collaboration between the two countries. The travel grant will cover the expense of one economy return airfare from any capital [...]

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