AIAS Conference 2010

AIAS Conference 2010

Held at the Australian National University in Canberra the two day conference was well attended with a mix of both old and new faces. Presentations were again of a high and informative nature with some presentations being delivered by students from various institutions around Australia.

A pre-conference workshop was conducted by Doris Zagdanski a professional counsellor from Envirocare entitled ‘How to say No when the donor is not accepted’. This provided valuable information for those who deal with donor families and are often faced with the task of telling the families their loved one cannot be accepted into the donor program. An informal dinner was held after the pre-conference session at the Canberaa Yacht Club on the shore of Lake Burleigh Griffin. Delegates were able to catch up with colleagues prior to the official start of the conference the following day.

Presentations included;

The guest speaker was Professor Hardman from the ANU who talked about teaching anatomy in the postgraduate medical program at ANU. A trade display was set up in the foyer with representatives from various related trade professionals. The 2010 conference saw the introduction of student travel awards, and cash prizes for best presentation and best poster. The travel awards have been introduced to encourage students and other members to contribute to the conference.

Other highlights from the conference were a tour of the Canberra Hospital pathology Museum, a visit to the Forensics teaching facility at the Canberra Institute of Technology which included lunch and the opportunity for a back massage. Delegates were also able to take a tour of Parliament House. The conference dinner was held on site at The Australian National University Hall with live music and guest speaker, the evening was complimented by good food and wine.

2010 Program

            

For the first time we introduced student travel awards and cash prizes for best presentation and best poster.

 

The conference dinner was held on site in the Australian National University Hall and boasted live entertainment and tempting food for all.

 

Past Conferences

2017 - University of Melbourne
2016 - University of Otago - Dunedin New Zealand
2015 - University of Newcastle
2014 - University of Tasmania - Hobart
2013 - University of Western Australia & CTEC - Perth
2012 - University of Sydney & University of New South Wales - Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach
2011 - James Cook University - Townsville
2010 - Australian National University - Canberra
2009 - Griffith University - Gold Coast
2008 - University of Adelaide - Adelaide
2007 - University of Queensland - Brisbane
2006 - University of New South Wales - Sydney
2005 - University of Otago - New Zealand
2004 - University of Melbourne - Melbourne
2003 - University of Western Australia - Perth
2002 - University of Queensland - Brisbane

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