2018 World Hepatitis Day Symposium
“Preventing Disease, Preventing Deaths”
Monday 30 July, 2018
12 noon – 5 pm
Join community leaders, experts and policy makers to discuss approaches and challenges to the elimination of viral hepatitis and hear the latest on progress to achieving elimination within defined areas or groups: micro-elimination among people co-infected with HIV in cities; viral hepatitis as a cause of cancer; and exploring vaccines and direct-acting antivirals as cancer prevention tools. Don’t miss an update on the Burnet-led NHMRC program to eliminated hepatitis C in Australia.
Supported by The Alfred, Monash University and Australian Centre for Hepatitis Virology.
This seminar is free to attend, but registration is essential. To reserve your place, click here
Lecture Theatre, AMREP Education Centre
Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance: From Research into Clinical Practice
Monday 6 August, 2018
12.30 – 1.30pm
Professor John Greenwood
Professor of Cardiology, Leeds Institute for Cardiovascular & Diabetes Research, UK.
Professor Greenwood’s main area of research is the diagnosis & treatment of stable and unstable coronary artery disease, particularly involving the use of CMR in relation to its development and validation through clinical trials. Clinical Lead for the supra-regional CMR service in Leeds for a decade, he also contributes to the coronary intervention service for West Yorkshire
including the regional primary PCI service.
The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session, and a light lunch.
RSVP ESSENTIAL: Click here to register for this event
Seminar Room, AMREP Education Centre
THE ALFRED PAIN SYMPOSIUM
Opioids: Friend or Foe? Updates on the Clinical Conundrum
Saturday 27 October, 2018
8 am – 4 pm
The perfect event for anyone interested in Pain Medicine, this seminar features lectures and
interactive case-based clinical discussions with the aim of stimulating GP audience input.
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
(Early Bird rates apply until 31 August, 2018)