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You are invited… to join us in the capital city of Australia, Canberra, a young and vibrant city that hosts Australian Policy and Controversy. We would like to show you another side of our city, where research is translated to reality to improve all aspects of perinatal and neonatal healthcare.
The Local Organising Committee has developed an exciting program that encompasses the diversity of all disciplines. Over the three days our program will focus on the high quality research undertaken by perinatal health practitioners and researchers. Invited speakers who are at the forefront of their specialty, both overseas and local, will discuss research methodology, results and translating findings into practice.
You will be welcomed at daily opening sessions to introduce the invited speakers, oral and poster presentations to explore current research topics and trends, interactive workshops and expert sessions where congress members can meet and learn from experts across disciplines, as well as innovative breakfast sessions and symposia aimed to link smaller groups of researchers with similar research interests.
The congress aims to support and promote PSANZ Special Interest Groups and subcommittees projects and progress providing updates and networking opportunities.
Join us at the newly refurbished National Convention Centre situated between the Parliamentary Triangle and the City, allowing visitors to explore both the culture and scenery of the Bush Capital. The congress dinner is being held at New Parliament House where you are invited to join us in celebrating PSANZ Congress 2017.
Save the dates April 2-5 2017 as this will be the PSANZ Congress you don’t want to miss!
FRACP, MRCPCH, MD
Chair, Local Organising Committee
Co-Chair, Local Organising Committee
Sunday, April 2, 2017 - Wednesday, April 5, 2017 6:00 PM - 5:30 PME. Australia Time
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