A quick update – Conference a great success
Another successful conference bringing together expert clinicians, nurses, patients, researchers & students from around the country with strong representation from Western Australia, Queensland & Newcastle NSW. Thanks to all the presenters who were so generous sharing their knowledge, experience and personal family time to join us in Newcastle. We were honoured to have two Laureate Professors John Aitken & Rodney Scott from the University of Newcastle open & address the conference.
Melbourne (Vic), Brisbane (Qld), Newcastle (NSW) … where to for 2020, the 4th conference?
We will publish some information and presentations from the conference over the coming weeks. There is a large volume of material to sort, edit and format so please be patient. We will keep everyone up to date on our social media channels, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
People living with haemochromatosis, their families, researchers and health professionals will gather together in Newcastle for one weekend in August to talk about the past, present and future of haemochromatosis. The 3rd Biennial Australasian Haemochromatosis Conference took place over the weekend of 25 & 26 August 2018 in Newcastle, NSW.
The program will offer a varied mix of presentations, discussion and question and answer sessions. While there will be some specialised sessions for health professionals and researchers, the majority of sessions will involve the entire group. This mix of health professionals, researchers and ‘patient’ proved fruitful at previous conferences as each group learnt from the other and shared their varied viewpoints. This was evident both during formal sessions and in the discussions and conversations during breaks. Many people commented they felt
the conference was unique and highly successful because of this blend of participants from different walks of life.
Enquiries – email your questions to email@example.com
Conference Organising Committee
- Conference convenor: Dianne Prince DBA MEd BA, President, Haemochromatosis Australia
- Project manager: Tony Moorhead