Announcing new dates for the ANZA-SIDM Improving Diagnosis Conference.
Having been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia, the conference will be taking place virtually from 28 - 29 April 2022, AEST.
Previously known as the Australasian Diagnostic Error in Medicine Conference, the conference will be hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Affiliate of the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (ANZA-SIDM).
ANZA-SIDM will bring together diverse multidisciplinary groups including researchers, patients, physicians, surgeons, radiologists, paramedics, linguists, psychologists, medical administrators, and others, all dedicated to the subject of making diagnosis safer.
The conference theme is: Embracing Challenges and Change
The ANZA-SIDM Improving Diagnosis Conference will bring together clinicians, patients and researchers, all passionately committed and dedicated to making diagnosis safer in medicine. Practice innovation, advances in education, and the latest research in diagnostic quality, and safety will be showcased.
A/Prof Carmel Crock OAM
ANZA-SIDM Chair & Conference Convenor
In 2020 we formed the Australian and New Zealand Affiliate of the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (ANZA-SIDM) and renamed our conference the Improving Diagnosis Conference, reflecting our mission to reduce diagnostic error and to learn from and promote accurate and timely diagnosis.
The theme of our upcoming conference is “Embracing challenges and change”. The pandemic has brought immense challenges to our society, including in providing healthcare. The inherent complexity of and uncertainty involved in the diagnostic process have been laid bare.
In this conference, some of Australia and New Zealand’s key thinkers and researchers will share their insights into improving diagnosis. The conference will foster lively debate, with panel discussions, workshops, and presentations of the latest research in the field of diagnostic quality and safety. Alongside the latest research, there will be a focus on education and clinical reasoning, practice improvements, and communication and culture to improve diagnosis.
We look forward to welcoming you to ANZA-SIDM 2022.
A/Prof Carmel Crock OAM
Convenor, ANZA-SIDM 2022
With thanks to our sponsors and collaborators:
Abstracts Submission Deadline: 20 February 2022 11:59PM AEDT
Early bird registration deadline: Sunday 20 March 2022
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