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Dates

November 4th-5th 2010

Venue

Hong Kong Jockey Club, Shatin Clubhouse

Aims

To foster closer links between Intensive Care researchers in Asia. The numbers of participants will be limited to approximately 30 to facilitate interaction between delegates

Cost

HK$850 or US$110 including lunch and refreshments and conference dinner

Provisional program

November 4th

Time

Topic

Speaker

1000

Welcome

Charles Gomersall

1015

Development of collaborative research in Australia & New Zealand

Steve Webb

1100

MOSAICS – what have we learned about collaborative research in Asia

Jason Phua

1130

Coffee

 

1200

Asian Intensive Care Research: where to?

Charles Gomersall

1230

Asian Intensive Care Research: how can we help each other?

Gavin Joynt

1300

Lunch

 

1400

ANZICS CTG Point Prevalence Program

Ian Seppelt

1430

Dos and Don’ts of multivariate analysis

Tony Gin

1500

Data management

Anna Lee

1530

Tea

 

1600

How to validate a questionnaire

Gavin Joynt

1630

Survey of withholding and withdrawal in Asia

Younsuck Koh

1700

Close

 

1930

Dinner

 

November 5th

Time

Topic

Speaker

0900

Ethical issues in research

Gavin Joynt

0930

Projects vs programs of research: from track record to changing clinical practice

Steve Webb

1000

Collaborative research in Japan

Masaji Nishimura

1030

Break

 

1100

Research masterclass: design and analysis

Anna Lee, Tony Gin, Charles Gomersall

1130

Research masterclass: writing

Steve Webb, Gavin Joynt, Charles Gomersall

1200

Getting published: the editor’s view

Tony Gin

1230

Lunch

 

Masterclass

Researchers who like constructive critique of their planned or on-going research project are invited to submit details of their project for consideration. The researcher will be expected to give a short presentation of their work and then experts will discuss relevant aspects of the project in front of the audience. This is an opportunity for researchers to obtain specific advise about the design, analysis and reporting of their research.

Accomodation

(not included in registration fee)

Nearby hotels:

Transport

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is a 10 min walk from University MTR station or can be reached by taxi from Shatin (5 mins) or University (3 mins) MTR stations. Travel to central areas of Hong Kong from Shatin takes 20-35 mins depending on mode of transport and exact destination.

Registration

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