Room includes either the choice of a queen-sized bed, two single beds, or a king-sized bed, complimentary tea and coffee, and a SMART TV.
To book enter MEDINFO23 when booking in the promo code field, then select the ‘special promotion’ rate. This discount is valid for travel dates of Friday 7 July 2023 to Thursday 13 July 2023.
Terms and conditions:
• 1 nights non-refundable deposit will be charged at time of the booking and the remaining balance will be charged at 60 days prior to arrival.
• A credit card will be required at the time of booking and all prepayments are non-refundable.
• Any cancellation will incur the full cancellation of all nights booked.
• Exclusive rate available until 12 June 2023
10 minute walk from ICC Sydney
t: +61 2 7203 8600
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Terms and conditions:
• Full credit cards details are required at time of booking to secure reservation, payment will be taken upon arrival.
• Pre-paid rates are not refundable. Please contact Aiden Darling Harbour directly via email or telephone if there are any concerns.
After initially qualifying as a biochemist, Grahame accidentally landed a job in a clinical laboratory as a clinical chemist, and fell in love with working in healthcare. Since then, Grahame has held a variety of roles:
Currently, Grahame is HL7’s Product Director for “FHIR” – the leading healthcare data exchange standard of the future. In that role, Grahame is responsible the growth and governance of the community that develops the FHIR specification, managing the corporate and government relationships around it, and acting as the lead editor for the specification.
Grahame has won many awards for his contributions to the community, notably from AIDH (the Don Walker for effectiveness in Health Informatics).
Liz Salmi is Communications & Patient Initiatives Director for OpenNotes at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. In this role, Liz aims to better understand the changing nature of patient-clinician communication in an age of increasing health information transparency. She does this by working alongside clinicians, hospitals, health systems, researchers, and most importantly, in partnership with patient advocates.
Over the last 15 years Liz has been: a research subject; an advisor in patient stakeholder groups; a leader in patient engagement research initiatives; and an innovator, educator and investigator in international education and research projects. Today her work focuses on involving patients and care partners in the co-design of research and research dissemination.
In 2021, Liz and colleagues were awarded a $12.8 million Center Grant from the National Cancer Institute to determine optimal methods for patient enrollment in a cancer registry—designed in partnership with patients.
It is rumored Liz was the drummer in a punk rock band.
Dr Alain Labrique is the Director for the Department of Digital Health and Innovation at the World Health Organization. He is the founding director of the Johns Hopkins University Global mHealth Initiative and Editor-in-Chief for the Oxford Open Digital Health journal. An infectious disease and population epidemiologist, he served until September of 2022 as Professor and the inaugural Associate Chair for Research in Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Alain has led research in maternal, neonatal, and infant health in resource limited settings and was recognized as one of the Top 11 mHealth Innovators in 2011. He served as a lead author on the 2012 Bellagio Declaration on mHealth Evidence. In 2018, he was awarded the Excellence in International Public Health Practice Award and a Distinguished Alumnus award from Johns Hopkins University.
Alain has authored over 150 publications in high-impact journals, as well as many book chapters and technical reports on Digital Health and Emerging Infectious Diseases. His frameworks for Digital Health remains among the most cited. Alain has served as a Technical Advisor to several international and global health agencies and Ministries of Health, was the Chair of the WHO Digital Health Guidelines Development Group and a member of the WHO Digital Health Roster of Experts.
Helen Bevan is Chief Transformation Officer with the Horizons team, a group of internal change agents within the English National Health Service. Helen has been a leader of large scale change, improvement activist, thought leader and innovator within the NHS for more than 30 years. She has led and facilitated many nationwide initiatives to improve care, including in cancer services, urgent and emergency care and services for people living with dementia, involving many thousands of NHS people and people who use services. She acts as an advisor and teacher to leaders of health and healthcare in many other countries.
Helen has an ability to connect directly with thousands of frontline staff and patient leaders. She is one of the top social influencers in healthcare globally, reaching more than a million people each month through her social media connections, virtual presentations, commentaries, and blogs.