HealthData21 conference is going virtual

Friday, 04 June, 2021

HealthData21 conference is going virtual

As a result of the COVID-19-related lockdown in Melbourne, HealthData21 will be delivered in a virtual format over three days: on 15, 18 and 22 June.

The revised program is available now and registrations are still open.

The session ‘Integrating genomics into care’ will now be held on Tuesday, 22 June. ‘Data informing healthcare’ has been split into two parts, with content to be delivered on Tuesday, 15 June and Friday, 18 June.

Keynote speakers include Victorian Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy the Hon Jaala Pulford; Professor of Epidemiology and WHO advisor Prof Mary-Louise McLaws; Australian Genomics leader Prof Kathryn North AC; Deputy Chief Medical Officer Prof Michael Kidd AM; and many more experts.

The move to virtual means that the genomics and health data content curated by the health community is now more accessible to everyone across the country. To find out more and to register, visit the event website.

What: HealthData21
When: 15, 18 and 22 June
Where: Online

Image credit: © Andrejchenko

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