We are thrilled to invite you to the launch of 2021 Cabrini Research Sessions – a virtual forum zoom series running fortnightly on Wednesday’s at 12pm.

Details of the next session are as follows:

Next session

Date/Time

28 April, 2021 at 12pm

Speakers

  • Interview with Associate Professor David Brewster, Deputy Director of Intensive Care Unit, Head of ICU Research, Clinical Dean for the Monash University Clinical School by Professor Gary Richardson, Executive Director Cabrini Research.
  • Publication Presentation by Associate Professor David Brewster- ‘Intubation Practices and Adverse Peri-intubation Events in Critically Ill Patients From 29 Countries’.
  • Presentation and Q&A session with Dr Jason Wallis – ‘Barriers, enablers and acceptability of home-based service delivery models following elective total hip or knee replacement’.

Please share this invitation with your friends, family and colleagues. Everyone is welcome! Zoom access details outlined below.

We will seek your comments as the series progresses so let us know if you have any ideas for improvement.

We look forward to seeing you there.


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Previous sessions


14 April, 2021

Topic/Speakers
  • Presentation and Q&A session with Alex Mullins – ‘My Health Record use and utility in the emergency department’.
  • Publication presentation by Dr. Simon Wilkins - ‘Australasian ACPGBI risk prediction model for 30-day mortality after colorectal cancer surgery’.
  • Interview with Associate Professor Anna Rosamilia, Urogynaecology and pelvic floor research by Professor Gary Richardson, Executive Director Cabrini Research. 
Abstracts
TBA
 

31 March, 2021

Topic/Speakers
  • Interview with Dr. Shehara Mendis, Department of Medical Oncology by Professor Gary Richardson, Executive Director Cabrini Research.
  • Publication presentation by Dr. Rebekah Engel -  ‘Chemotherapy resistance associated with upregulation of revival stem cell markers in patient-derived colorectal cancer organoids’.
  • Presentation and Q&A session with Dr Tom Rozbroj – ‘How do patients and the public understand over-testing and over-diagnosis? A thematic meta-synthesis of qualitative research’. 
Abstracts
TBA
 

17 March, 2021

Topic/Speakers
  • Interview with Professor David Kissane AC, Department of Palliative Medicine, University of Notre Dame Australia and Cunningham Centre, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney. Szalmuk Family Research Unit, Cabrini Research. Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, Monash University - by Professor Gary Richardson, Executive Director Cabrini Research.
  • Presentation by Medical Student Ethan Tan -  ‘Biomarkers of delirium: a literature review on the neural network hypothesis’.
  • Presentation and Q&A session with Dr Lucy Kerr - ‘TRANScending Discrimination in Health and Cancer Care: A Study of Trans and Gender Diverse Australians’. 
Abstracts
TBA
 

3 March, 2021

Topic/Speakers
  • Interview with Head of Urology Department Professor Mark Frydenberg by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation by Cabrini Nursing Staff Member Annie Curtin -  ‘Using a novel team-based method to engage frontline healthcare workers in continuous quality improvement and reduce adverse events’.
  • Q and A session with Alan Xue - presentation ‘The role of 68Ga-PSMA PET in predicting percentage of Gleason Pattern 4 in men with prostate cancer’.
Abstracts
TBA
 

17 February, 2021

Topic/Speakers
  • Interview with Allied Health Senior Research Consultant Dr Annemarie Lee by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation by medical student Gina Macleod -  ‘Use of a Supportive Care Screening tool in Blood Cancer patients undergoing treatment; feasibility and success of an electronic PROMS (Patient Reported Outcomes Measures) and nurse led assessment to meet patients’ wellness needs.’.
  • Q and A session with Dr Natasha Brusco - ‘Improving Rehabilitation Outcomes through Self-Management: My Therapy’.
Abstracts
TBA
 

3 February, 2021

Topic/Speakers

  • Interview with Clinical Epidemiology Department Head Professor Rachelle Buchbinder by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation by medical student Xin Hao Kwok -  ‘Consumer understanding of terms used in diagnostic imaging reports requested for shoulder pain’.
  • Q and A session with A/Professor Yoland Antill – 2020 Publication of the Year Award presentation ‘The molecular origin and taxonomy of mucinous ovarian carcinoma’.
Abstracts
TBA

9 December, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Cabrini Institute Founder Interview with Doug Lording by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation of the inaugural Doug Lording Research Award to Associate Professor Jeremy Shapiro
  • Presentation by medical student Yash Khanna -  ‘What is the fate of patients who have negative PET PSMA and Multiparametric MRI pelvis for rising PSA post radical prostatectomy?’.
  • Presentation by medical student Shiva Sridhar - ‘Systematic review of research translation interventions in back pain’.
  • Q and A session with Rajvi Shah – ‘The impact of a Supportive Care Clinic on patient reported and service outcomes in a cancer population’.
Abstracts
TBA
 

25 November, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Nursing Department Presentation Interview with A/Professor Philip Russo by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute
  • Presentation by medical student Ahinsa Gunatilaka -  ‘Factors influencing implementation of evidence-based recommendations for shoulder pain among Australian general practitioners: a focus group study using the Theoretical Domains Framework.’
  • Q and A session with Dr Anis Hamid  – ‘Emerging biomarkers in prostate cancer.’
Abstracts
 

11 November, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Medical Informatics Department Presentation Interview with David Rankin, Melissa Vereker and Karen Olivia by Professor Gary Richardson, Director Cabrini Institute
  • Presentation by medical student Kavitha Gnanasambantham -  ‘Is Multiparametric MRI of the pelvis useful in addition to PET PSMA scan in the investigation of PSA recurrence post radical prostatectomy?’
  • Q and A session with Ali Tehrani  – ‘Improving patient-centred care through digital change: Implementing a lightweight digital platform to link with patient systems and mobile devices.’
Abstracts
 

28 October, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Medical Oncology Department Presentation Interview with Professor Gary Richardson OAM by Craig Bosworth, Group director Strategy and Marketing.
  • Presentation by medical student Cassandra De Pasquale ‘The role of music in the management of dementia. A review of the literature.’
  • Q and A session with A/Professor Philip Russo – ‘Nurse led health research at Cabrini: The COVID-19 experience and effect.’
Abstracts
 


14 October, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Surgery Department Presentation Interview with A/Professor Paul McMurrick by Professor Gary Richardson OAM, Director Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation by medical student Carmela Cosentino ‘The frailty index as a predictor of healthcare associated infection: A systematic review.'
  • Q and A session with Tali Lang – 'PROMs take centre stage in cancer care: integration into routine clinical practice for improved patient health outcomes.'
Abstracts


30 September, 2020

Topic/Speakers
  • Overview by Prof Gary Richardson OAM, Director of Cabrini Institute.
  • Presentation by medical student Dana Lee ‘Appraisal of the quality of shoulder pain practice guidelines’.
  • Q and A session with Rebekah Engel regarding her current Organoids project.
Abstracts
 

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·         Presentation by Medical Student Ethan Tan -  ‘Biomarkers of delirium: a literature review on the neural network hypothesis’.