ACTA Summit 2018

The Summit was proudly supported by great sponsors, Bellberry, CT:IQ, MTPConnect, NSW Health, ClinTrial Refer, Datapharm Australia and Research4Me. ACTA Summit 2018 – Download the program Welcome message: our better health through best evidence future Prof John Zalcberg OAM, ACTA Chair and Professor of Cancer Research, Monash School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine View presentation Investment in research to improve Australia’s health system and contribute to jobs and growth Erica Kneipp, Assistant Secretary, Department of Health Speech not available Better patient care in a complex adaptive health system: evidence into practice Dr Robyn Clay-Williams, Senior Research Fellow, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University View presentation A NSW bird's eyes view: current and ongoing strategies to enhance translation Dr Tony Penna, Executive Director, NSW Office for Health and Medical Research View presentation Developing best practice guidance for Clinical Trials Network operations A/Prof Katie Groom, Liggins Institute, University of Auckland  View presentation The formation of the ANZMUSC Clinical Trials Network: lessons learned Prof Rachelle Buchbinder, Cabrini Institute and Monash University; Australia and New Zealand Musculoskeletal Clinical Trials Network View presentation Challenges and successes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clinical research Prof Alan Cass, Director, Menzies School of Health Research View presentation The experience of establishing a new cardiovascular Clinical Trials Network Prof Anushka Patel, Chief ScientistThe George Institute for Global Health View presentation ClinTrial Refer: Increasing visibility of an access to currently recruiting trials? Prof Judith Trotman, Director, Haematology Clinical Research Unit, Concord Hospital, Sydney Presentation not available Keys to successful clinical trial embedding Prof Jonathan Morris AM, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Sydney View presentation Optimising implementation Prof Sally Green, Co-Director, Cochrane Australia; Professorial Fellow Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University View presentation Embedding Clinical Trials in Healthcare  Dr Christopher Williams, Program Manager, Hunter New England Population Health View presentation ACTA and AHRA: Cross pollination bearing fruit - AHRTCs Prof Steve Wesselingh, Executive Director and Infection and Immunity Theme Leader, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute Presentation not available Aspects of consumer involvement in identifying and prioritising new research questions Prof Hans Lund , Centre for Evidence-based Practice, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences A/Prof Jennifer Yost, M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing View presentation Strengthening Consumer Engagement in developing, conducting and reporting clinical trials Janelle Bowden, Founder and Executive Officer, Research4Me View presentation Research Prioritisation: Issues and approaches Dr Haitham Tuffaha, Centre for Applied Health Economics, School of Medicine, Griffith University View presentation Stakeholder engagement in research priority setting A/Prof Allison Tong, Principal Research Fellow, School of Public Health, University of Sydney View presentation Clinical Quality Registries - national policy direction? Prof Stephen McDonald, Executive Officer, Australia & New Zealand Dialysis & Transplant Registry View presentation Platform trial design in oncoloy A/Prof Mustafa Khasraw, Clinical Lead, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney  View presentation eProms: Considerations and challenges in moving to electronic patient-reported outcomes Prof Madeleine King, Cancer Australia Chair in Cancer Quality of Life; School of Psychology and Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney View presentation Conference wrap-up  Prof Nikolajs Zeps, Director of Research, Epworth Healthcare View presentation Clinical Trials: where to from here? Prof John Zalcberg OAM, ACTA Chair and Professor of Cancer Research, Monash School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Download the program