MEATH FOUNDATION RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM 2020
The Research Symposium has been postponed until 2021
The Meath Foundation host their annual Research Symposium on Friday, 27th November 2020 commencing at 9am in the Trinity Lecture Theatre. The Opening address will be given by Dr Siobhán Ní Bhriain, National Clinical Lead for Integrated Care Clinical Design & Innovation, HSE who will speak on “Integrated Care – the past, present and the future”. The Keynote Speaker is Professor Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology, Director of The Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute at TCD who will speak on “Covid-19 – immunology, herd immunity and vaccine design”.
The annual event is a marvellous opportunity to showcase the wide ranging research and attracts 4 CPD points and 3 CEU. Annual awards to staff and students are also made in recognition for the positive impact they have made to patient care and / or the potential to improve patient care. The full programme is available to view here
Seating in the TLT is limited to 37 attendees seated. To secure a place you must register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also view a live broadcast of the Symposium at the following link: https://bit.ly/3k9lCat
Those attending on the day will qualify automatically for a CPD/CEU. However those viewing online must download an evaluation sheet from our website and email it before 2 pm on the day to email@example.com to qualify for a CPD/CEU.
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