Upcoming Conferences

6th FIP Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress 2017

21 - 24 May, 2017

Stockholm, Sweden

- Future Medicines For One World -

Systems approaches to drug discovery, development and clinical usage. Join leading pharmaceutical scientists from around the world to discuss cutting-edge research and promising developments.

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Mindd International Forum 2017

21 - 24 May, 2017

Sydney, Australia

The Mindd International Forum 2017 is a comprehensive two-day program for integrative practitioners wanting to optimised patient outcomes with hands-on understanding of the integration between neurology, immunity, infectious disease and metabolic factors. The Mindd Forum Practitioner Training 2017 will focus on brain-immuno-gut health in children and women. Training will feature the power of combining Functional Nutrition and Functional Neurology with a masterclass by expert clinician Brandon Brock.

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2017 Cooperative Research Centres Association (CRCA) Annual Conference

23 - 27 May, 2017

Canberra, Australia

The 2017 Cooperative Research Centres Association (CRCA) Annual Conference is held to inform, inspire and to explore the importance of business and industry working with the research sector to create innovation and how to foster those relationships.

The Collaborate | Innovate | 2017 theme will provide an ideal opportunity for researchers, educators and industry people to network with CRCA members while gaining valuable insights regarding the nature of cooperative research ventures. 

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48th TCM Kongress Rothenburg

23 - 27 May, 2017

Rothenburg, Germany

Many internationally renowned lecturers will be taking part in the 48th TCM Kongress Rothenburg, helping to bring you closer to practical treatment techniques, old classical knowledge and the latest research results with such known names as Young Wei-Chieh (USA), Volker Scheid (UK), Heiner Frühauf (USA), Bruce Bentley (AUS), Barbara Kirschbaum (D), Radha Thambirajah (UK), Honora Lee Wolfe (USA), Lillian Pearl Bridges (USA), Yair Maimon (IL), Edward Neal (USA) and many more.

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AusMedtech 2017 and ICMMB 2017

24 - 25 May, 2017

Melbourne, Australia

AusMedtech, Australia's premier medical technology conference, celebrates its 10th anniversary and will be co-presented with the International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (ICMMB) for the first time. The joint conference will bring together key stakeholders of the Australian and international medical devices and diagnostics sector to explore topics such as biomaterials, medical devices, assistive technologies for an ageing population, tissue engineering, 3D printing and the mechanics of future medicine. The conference will be held from 24-25 May 2017 at the Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne.

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Health Beyond Research and Innovation Showcase

7 - 8 June, 2017

Campbelltown, Australia

The Health Beyond Research and Innovation Showcase, is an event where allied health professionals, nurses, doctors and researchers in south western Sydney present abstracts across the disciplines of health service research, cancer, community health, clinical medicine, biomedical research, mental health and many other areas.

Over two days, hear about collaborative research happening in south western Sydney, connect with colleagues involved in health and medical research and be inspired to get involved.

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2017 International Congress on Natural Medicine

10 - 12 June, 2017

Hunter Valley, Australia

United with leading global researchers and expert clinicians, the 2017 International Congress on Natural Medicine will share the latest updates in the field of microbiome research, explaining how the trillions of microorganisms living on us and inside of us are connected with everyday clinical presentations such as allergies, immune dysfunction, digestive disorders and chronic health issues such as cardiometabolic disease, obesity and psychological disorders.

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2017 ATSE National Technology Challenges Dialogue

14 June, 2017

Brisbane, Australia

The 2017 ATSE National Technology Challenges Dialogue will feature discussions exploring how health technology can alleviate health care issues of an ageing population.

The 2017 Dialogue will examine how health technology can help Australia rise to the challenge of adapting to the ageing face of the nation, in order to mitigate issues of rising and shifting healthcare costs and needs. It provides a unique format centred on debate and discussion, where sessions will include talks from experts, followed by panel discussions. This major ATSE event also incorporates ATSE's Annual Innovation Dinner on 14 June where the Clunies Ross Awards for innovation commercialisation will be presented. This year's Keynote speaker is 2017 Australian of the Year, Professor Alan Mackay-Sim, stem cell and neuroscientist.

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UIC Australian Medicinal Cannabis Symposium 2017

23 - 25 June, 2017

Melbourne, Australia

The United in Compassion (UIC) Medicinal Cannabis Symposium 2017 is dedicated to the education of medical practitioners and access to medicinal cannabis for Australian patients. The three-day event will include a program of renowned international and Australian speakers with a heavy focus on the education of medical professionals and engagement from the health sector. The program will be of interest to many patient groups with a wide range of keynote speakers addressing the application of medicinal cannabis for the treatment of several conditions such as epilepsy, palliative care, pain, cancer and PTSD.

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9th International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicines (ICTAM)

6 - 12 August, 2017

Kiel, Germany

ICTAM for inter- and transdisciplinary research exchange, and for discussing points of intersection and of tension between our various approaches and perspectives. ICTAM 2017 will be an opportunity to develop new networks of collaboration and exchange, and to consider how both our association, and the field as a whole, can move forward.  ICTAM 2017 will gather studies from clinical trial specialists, anthropologists, historians and clinicians, economists and political scientists, conservationists, botanists, translators and more.

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NZACRes 2017

17- 18 August, 2017

Auckland, New Zealand

The New Zealand Association of Clinical Research (NZACRes) annual conference will be held 17-18 August 2017 at The Pullman Hotel, Auckland. The theme, Innovation in Research and Clinical Trials and conference program is designed to present research, clinical trials and cutting edge presentations for everyone involved in clinical trials and research with a number of keynote addresses from distinguished national and international speakers.

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Seventh International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society

5 - 6 October, 2017

Denver, US

In addition to the four annual themes, the physiology, kinesiology, and psychology of wellness in its social context, interdisciplinary health sciences, public health policies and practices, health promotion and education, the 2017 special focus is new directions in health and wellness.

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Fertility Society of Australia Annual Conference 2017

15 - 18 October, 2017

Adelaide, Australia

The Fertility Society of Australia (FSA) is the peak body representing scientists, doctors, researchers, nurses, consumers and counsellors in reproductive medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

The theme of the 2017 FSA conference is "when the going gets tough". This theme highlights discussion of recent advances and approaches to managing the more challenging scenarios in reproductive medicine. The conference will host a panel of esteemed international and national speakers, who will give their views on such vexing issues as the optimal management of recurrent IVF implantation failure, the ethics of providing "adjuvant therapy" of unproven value, appropriate psychological support for the long term IVF patient, as well as new advances in genetic and laboratory practice.

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2017 AIHM Annual Conference

22 - 26 October, 2017

San Diego, US

Learn from visionaries in integrative health and medicine, earn meaningful CME/CEU credits, build interprofessional networks, dream, plan and partake in fellowship.

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8th EBHC International Conference

25 - 28 October, 2017

Taormina, Italy

25 years after the term evidence based medicine (EBM) was coined, time has come to consider limits and criticisms related to the generation of evidence and its translation to individual and population levels. To address this challenge, the 8th International Conference for Evidence based health care (EBHC) Teachers and Developers will focus on evidence ecosystem to connect generation, synthesis and translation of evidence, analyzing limitations and suggesting solutions.

Meet EBHC colleagues and friends from around the world in a 3-day program that will include an amazing panel of speakers, oral presentations, poster sessions, surveys with televoter, and productive small group sessions to encourage discussion and the development of new ideas. 

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6th Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation

14 - 15 November, 2017

Brisbane, Australia

The theme is 'The Butterfly Effect—Translating Knowledge into Action for Positive Change'. Co-hosted by NHMRC and The Lowitja Institute, the Symposium focus is on action needed to improve the health and wellbeing of Australia's First Peoples through effective translation of health, wellbeing and medical research into policy and practice.

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2017 NFMRI Medical Research Innovation Conference

21 - 22 November, 2017

Sydney, Australia

While NFMRI's previous conferences sought to discuss key issues affecting the medical research and innovation sectors and to explore strategies and solutions to help build, support and grow the biomedical innovation sector in Australia, their third conference will hone in on how small players can achieve impact by working with the sector's 'big players'. It will bring together local and international experts to explore four key themes focused around how private and social investments in medical research, together with different strategies and bold actions, can lead to the advancement of innovations.

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2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health

8 - 11 May, 2018

Baltimore, US

The Consortium's 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health will bring together the best and the brightest working globally in the field of integrative medicine and health. Connect, share, learn and collaborate in this dynamic community where the leading work is being done via research, clinical care, policy and education. 

In 2018, the Congress theme is "Collaboration in action: Advancing Integrative Health through Research, Education, Clinical Practice and Policy," reflecting both the collaborative nature of the field and the scope of the scientific program.

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Eighth International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society

20- 21 September, 2018

London, UK

In addition to the four annual themes, the physiology, kinesiology, and psychology of wellness in its social context, interdisciplinary health sciences, public health policies and practices, health promotion and education, the 2017 special focus is health and life speed.

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