The 58th PAH Health Symposium explored the balance between utilising technology to improve efficiency and patient outcomes while maintaining the patient-clinician relationship, and showcased current and emerging research topics.
As the flagship educational event for the Princess Alexandra Hospital, one of Australia’s leading hospitals, the symposium delivered a content-rich program featuring:
Exciting new session topics included addiction and mental health, cancer, dementia, genomics, human-machine collaboration, microbiome, non-lethal strangulation, renal, robotics in surgery, spinal trauma and more.
View each session below and find out more about the speakers, their affiliations and their presentation topics.
|Opening keynote presentation|
|Addiction and Mental Health|
|Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder—the battle continues|
|Translating the microbiome into medicine: a snapshot of the Brisbane approach|
|This is spinal trauma|
|Technology and imaging advances in oncology|
|All in the wrist: Evolution of robotic surgery|
|Research Excellence Awards—oral finalists|
|Kurt Aaron Oration|
|The Great Debate|
|Challenges of kidney transplantation in adolescents and young adults|
|Non-lethal strangulation: 'Red flag' of Domestic and Family Violence|