CCLHD Research and Innovation Symposium 1 Dec 2022: Winners announced!
The CCLHD Research and Innovation Symposium held on 1 December in the Central Coast Clinical School and Research Institute was a success, with over 50 presentations, including 26 oral presentations, 18 lightning talks and nine posters. Approximately 80 people attended across the day.
The plenary session, Translating Research into Policy and Practice, heard from three speakers who are leaders in their fields:
- Professor Alison Hutton (University of Newcastle); youth health and safety
- Professor Brett Mitchell (Avondale University and CCLHD Honorary Conjoint Scholar); infection control
- Associate Professor Donna Hartz (University of Newcastle); midwifery, with a focus on First Nations women
CCLHD Research Awards 2022
Inaugural Research Awards, presented by Emeritus Professor Maree Gleeson:
Emerging Researcher Award: Jacqueline Jagger (Nurse Practitioner, Haematology)
Maree Gleeson Award for Excellence in Research: Dr Jennie King (Nursing and Midwifery Research Consultant)
Symposium prize winners:
Best oral presentation: Dr Karen Hutchinson (CCLHD Honorary Conjoint Scholar, Macquarie University)
‘Evaluation of an implemented integrated multidisciplinary clinic for people living with motor neurone disease on the Central Coast’
Best lightning talk: Maham Amin (Infection, Prevention & Control)
‘Patient perspectives of healthcare associated infection: “You don’t know what impacts it will have on your life” + Case study’
Best poster: Dr Suzanne Lewis (Head of Integrated Care Evidence Service, CCRI and Library Services Manager)
‘A rapid review of models of care for people with dementia at the end of life’
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you all who took part in the Symposium.