BEAT-CKD two-day Annual Research Forum 2017
This year, the BEAT-CKD open Research Forum will be held Wednesday 23rd August to Thursday 24th August 2017 at the South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in Adelaide, Australia.
This national meeting is for patients, clinicians, and researchers with an interest in conducting and implementing research to improve outcomes for people with chronic kidney disease. The forum provides a unique opportunity to hear and discuss innovative methods, high-priority research projects, and to meet potential collaborators. Speakers this year include Elaine Pascoe (Head, Australasian Kidney Trials Network) on embedding methodological research in clinical trials and Professor Steve Webb, founding member of the executive of the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance. A program will be available soon.
Registration is now open.
BEAT-CKD two-day Inaugural Research Forum 2016
The inaugural BEAT-CKD open Research Forum was held Wednesday 31st August to Thursday 1st September 2016 at the Darlington Centre, The University of Sydney, Australia.
This national meeting brought together 69 patients, clinicians, and researchers with an interest in research in chronic kidney disease to discuss and develop novel, innovative, high-priority, and high-impact research to improve health outcomes in people with chronic kidney disease. A massive thank you to all the presenters and delegates for the stimulating and insightful discussions covering a range of topics including clinical trials, registries, data linkage, statistics, systematic reviews, implementation, guidelines, and consumer engagement. The program is available here: BEAT-CKD Participant program pack
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Feedback from attendees
“Emphasis and re-emphasis on important of patients/consumers in discussions.”
“Potential for collaborative approaches and to avoid duplication of efforts.”
“Very interesting and informative, great project presentations.”
“Great to hear from experts from other fields.”
“Good variety of topics, active discussion, covered a lot. Good networking opportunity.”
“This forum has given me new inspiration for CKD research – thank you!”
“Great informal atmosphere really fostered a supportive environment and potential for collaboration.”
“Very inclusive of all groups. Great platform to focus on patient/consumer related outcomes.”