EXPRESS LEARNING APPLICATIONS
Applications close 25 October 2016
Purpose of the session:
In the Express learning session, attendees you will be able to discuss the specifics of selected issues and topics with a peer(s)/practitioner(s). The intention of the session is to allow attendees to have smaller, deeper and engaged group discussions on specific topics of interest.
Venue: Kirribilli Club
Date: 30 November 16
Time: 15:30 – 16:30
Conference and registration information
Priority will be given to topics covering clinical research, leadership and medical affairs, however, others will be considered.
Who should submitted an express learning topic?
- Anyone (from entry level to senior manager) working in an area where they have implemented a new process /process improvement they are interested in sharing
- Someone with a new look at an old problem – topics can cover workplace efficiencies as well as technical subjects
- Anyone looking to facilitate information sharing
- A presenter from a concurrent session looking for a forum to facilitate a deeper understanding of the topic covered during the session
How will it work?
Each topic and facilitator will be provided a table (or station) with chairs. Attendees will self-select the topics of interest before attending the session. During the session there will be four rounds of 15 minutes.
What could the express learning session look like?
- Facilitate an informal discussion
- Share and gather information
- Brainstorm ideas
- Run a demonstration (facilitator to provide equipment etc.)
- Present a case study
- Present a poster
- Run a mini-workshop...just to mention a few ideas!
Reward and recognition
Those selected to run a topic will be given complimentary access to the education (and a discount to those would like to attend the inaugural dinner). Topic leaders’ travel to the event will not be covered by the conference organisers.
What do you need to do to submit as topic ideas for consideration?
Complete the accompanying survey by 25th October 2016
- Your name
- Topic title
- Primary areas of interest
- Maximum of three bullet points covering what you intend to cover during the round.