2020 Meeting Presentations

 

ANZMUSC was fortunate to have several excellent presentations from a range of internal and external speakers at the 2020 meeting. Below are the slides of speakers who have kindly agreed to have their presentations shared with ANZMUSC members.

 

Maori health advancement in MSK Research

Dr Sarah-Jane Paine, Tomaiora Research Co-Director, University of Auckland

 

 

Australia & New Zealand Musculoskeletal (ANZMUSC) Clinical Trials Network

Professor Rachelle Buchbinder, ANZMUSC Chair

 

 

ANZMUSC Endorsement

Professor Ian Harris, University of New South Wales, Sydney

 

 

ACTA’s Research Prioritisation Framework for Clinical Trials Networks and Funders

Professor Rachael Morton, Director, Health Economics – NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre

 

 

ANZMUSC Research Question Importance Tool (RQIT)

Associate Professor William Taylor, University of Otago

 

 

MSK Research Funding – New Zealand Perspectives

Associate Professor William Taylor, University of Otago

 

 

Funding opportunities, difficulties & strategies for MSK Research – Australian perspective

Professor Chris Maher, Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, University of Sydney 

 

 

New Zealand Ministry of Health Priorities, programmes, initiatives, and plans for the future related to musculoskeletal health

Mr Simon Duff, Acting Manager, System Flow & Ms Laura Seary, Clinical Principal Advisor – Allied Health

 

 

A New Zealand perspective on osteoarthritis

Professor Haxby Abbott, Centre for Musculoskeletal Outcomes Research, University of Otago

 

 

Research priorities and the National Osteoarthritis Strategy

Professor David Hunter, University of Sydney and Royal North Shore Hospital

 

 

Embedding PROMs in Clinical Quality Registries – experience from a pilot randomised trial in kidney disease

Professor Rachael Morton, Director, Health Economics – NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre

 

 

ANZBACK – Australia & New Zealand Low Back Pain Research Network, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence

Professor Chris Maher, Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, University of Sydney

 

 

Surprises and Sapience Shared: ECR-Senior Researcher session feedback

Dr Ben Darlow, University of Otago