Maximising the impact of clinical quality registries

06 Mar 2024
Maximising the impact of clinical quality registries

The 2024 SAHMRI Registry Centre Scientific Symposium will focus on the Value and Impact of Clinical Quality Registries while investigating the catalysts for change in policy and practice.

SAHMRI Registry Centre Director Cindy Turner says attendees will gain a unique insight into how clinical registries can influence health outcomes.

“This is an important annual event in the registry science sector and will be of interest to those working with, or within, clinical registries or interested in undertaking research projects using registry data,” she said.

Dr Freddie Bray will be the symposium’s keynote speaker. He is Head of the Cancer Surveillance Section at the World Health Organisaton’s International Agency for Research on Cancer.

“We are extremely privileged to have Dr Bray visiting from Lyon France to speak about the global impact of registries,” Ms Turner said.

Other invited speakers include:

  • Professor Danny Liew – Dean and Head of Adelaide Medical School, The University of Adelaide
  • Professor Caroline Miller – Executive Director, Health Policy Centre at SAHMRI
  • Professor Ian Harris – Academic orthopaedic surgeon, University of NSW
  • Professor Gillian Caughey – Associate Director, Registry of Senior Australians at SAHMRI
  • Dr Paul Secombe – ICU Director, Alice Springs Hospital & Director of ANZICS CORE Adult Patient Database

The symposium will be held in the SAHMRI auditorium from 9am-4.30pm on Wednesday 27 March with a networking event to follow until 6.30pm. Thanks to the support of SAHMRI, registration has been kept to just $75.

Want to be part of the symposium?

Register here