October 28, 2018

Inaugural Clinical Registries Summit – 26 November

This Inaugural Clinical Registries Summit, presented by Monash Clinical Registries and the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, aims to showcase the breadth and depth of clinical registry activity currently taking place in Australia.

The Summit will bring together senior registry clinicians, researchers, managers, funders and other key stakeholders to share and discuss the impact of registry activity on patient outcomes. The program includes brief presentations from over 15 Monash and external clinical registries – showcasing clinical registries in cancer, trauma, procedures, devices and rare diseases.

The inaugural Summit theme is Showcasing Clinical Registries – and includes presentations from the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, the Commonwealth Department of Health, and Rebecca Cosgriff from the United Kingdom Cystic Fibrosis Registry. The program will also highlight international registry collaborations, and will introduce key registry statistical methods and future registry opportunities.

Clinical registries are increasingly recognised for their key role in quality improvement and driving evidence-based practice, as well as supporting clinical research and driving public policy. This Summit is a must for those who wish to better understand the value that clinical registries bring to improving healthcare in Australia.


Monday 26 November 2018


9am – 5am (registration opens at 8.30am)


Monash University Conference Rooms
Ground Floor, 553 St Kilda Road


$190 (inclusive of GST)

Who should attend?

  • Government
  • Private Health Insurers
  • Industry Sponsors
  • Registry Managers
  • Clinicians
  • Researchers
  • Health Service Managers
  • Other healthcare professionals

Need more information?

Contact Cheryl Grant at Monash University
(03) 9903 0463

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