Delegates registered to attend ISQua's 38th International Conference, can extend their learning by participating in one of our two Educational Site Visits, on Friday, 21st of October. Each visit is limited to 50 people, so please confirm your interest, by completing one of the below forms, as soon as possible.
The Healthcare Excellence Accelerator (HEAL) Bridge Lab
The Healthcare Excellence Accelerator (HEAL) Bridge Lab is a nationally awarded collaboration program between Clinical Excellence Queensland and the QUT Design Lab which brings designers, healthcare teams and consumers together to spark innovation, transform services and create new solutions in the pursuit of excellence in healthcare.
HEAL has been catalytic in driving significant innovation in Queensland and is offering ISQUA delegates an opportunity to participate in an exciting post-conference workshop on the morning of 21st October 2022 at the picturesque & state-of-the-art QUT Kelvin Grove Education Precinct.
Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with the many design-led innovations this collaboration has yielded, meet the teams involved and build networks with the Queensland design-in-health community.
This workshop will be an opportunity for attendees to consider how design-linkages and design-led strategies could enhance their efforts to drive further improvements in clinical quality and safety across the globe.
CEQ Bridge Labs Program: https://clinicalexcellence.qld.gov.au/priority-areas/service-improvement/bridge-labs-program
HEAL innovation report: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/210598/1/HEAL_Report.pdf
QUT Design Lab website: Team - QUT Design Lab
Please complete the below form to register your interest in this visit.
The Translational Research Institute (TRI), Brisbane
The Translational Research Institute (TRI) is a leading Australian medical research, development, and translation facility based in Brisbane. TRI’s priority is partnering scientific development with clinicians and the biomedical technology sector to ensure new discoveries progress quickly and improve patient outcomes.
Situated in the Princess Alexandra Hospital precinct, TRI’s partners are Queensland Health, The University of Queensland, the Queensland University of Technology and Mater Research. TRI houses more than 1000 leading researchers, support staff and students and has a community of biotech start-up companies as well as industry bodies located on its campus.
The Institute has two clinical trial facilities, one based at the PA Hospital and the other at the Centre for Children’s Health Research next to the Children’s Hospital.
TRI Tour: An opportunity to see firsthand how a translational research facility is working with researchers, clinicians, and industry to collaborate and accelerate medical advances from inception to commercialisation.
This 3-hour post-conference trip will consist of a tour of TRI’s world-class facilities including the architecturally designed building, research laboratories, cleanrooms, commercial spaces and facilities, and the clinical research facilities at PAH.
It will provide an opportunity to interact with researchers and biotechs to hear their innovative stories. Morning tea will be provided.
Important Note: to allow access to the laboratories – all attendees must wear closed-in shoes
Translational Research Institute (TRI) - https://www.tri.edu.au/translational-research-institute-australia