Call for submissions to the Annual University of Auckland and Waitematā DHB Research Symposium.
When: 2pm - 5pm Tuesday 13 April 2021.
Where: Whenua Pupuke Auditorium, North Shore Hospital, Takapuna.
The programme will include a mix of Feature Presentations (10mins) and Lightening Talks (5mins). Applications must be submitted on the official application form (download here) and should include background, aims, methods, results, discussion and conclusion. Applications close 5pm Thursday 25 February 2021. Abstracts will be considered by a review panel and acceptance will be notified by 12 March 2021.
The symposium includes a poster competition. An abstract is not required for poster submissions however the author list and the name of the conference where the poster was presented must be clearly stated in the email or on the poster. Poster files (PDF or PowerPoint) should be emailed by 12 March 2021 to email@example.com.
|Karanga: the first call Dame Rangimarie Naida Glavish|
|Zoledronate every 18 months for 6 years in osteopenic postmenopausal women: effects on fractures and non-skeletal endpoints Professor Ian Reid|
|Waitematā DHB Skin Service: GP Surgeon Scheme (GPSI), an effective model of care Daniel Wen|
|What factors predict the conﬁdence of palliative care delivery in long-term care staff A mixed-methods study Dr Rosemary Frey|
|The real costs of swallowing complaints in a public health system Dr Jacqui Allen|
|VitalsAssist - A mHealth Application for Early Detection and Escalation of Deteriorating Patients based on National Early Warning Score Mirza Baig|
|Surgical site infection (SSI) reduction through patient assisted peri-operative S.aureus decolonisation in elective hip and knee arthroplasties - WDHB leading the way Dr Nick Gow|
|Pharmacist Medicine Review Services in New Zealand – is there equity for Māori older adults? Where are we at and what needs to change? Joanna Hikaka|
|Improving Clinical Pharmacology learning: Pharmacist-led teaching of first year clinical students Avril Lee and Ellen Miller
|Mana Tū, a whānau ora approach to long term conditions Dr Matire Harwood|
|E-consultation, a first step to true partnership with Primary Care Dr Peter van de Weijer|
|No child should die for lack of oxygen: From Africa to the Pacific on the Teknon Oxygen Project Dr Stephen Howie|
|Comparison of Different Approaches to Neonatal Follow-up Dr Jutta van den Boom|
|iTui - a novel App improving paediatric assessments Dr Maneesh Deva|
|Child feedback in healthcare services: a survey of expert opinion in New Zealand Caitlyn Jelleyman|
|Patients ≥ 80yrs of age admitted to Intensive Care & High Dependency Unit at WDHB: A retrospective analysis of outcomes Jessica Tsang|
|Investigating everyday sexism in healthcare: are patient call bells sexist? Dr Laura Chapman|