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MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Ethical Perspectives on Telehealth

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Ethical Perspectives on Telehealth

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Telehealth is recognised as an "umbrella' term that covers aspects of telemedicine that link with and provide services for people in home and community settings. In this presentation Dr Malcolm Fisk will point to the way that changing service paradigms call for a rethink of the ethical parameters that underpin telehealth. New ethical parameters need to be taken into account.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series - Disability & Rehabilitation GCORE

MHIQ Program Seminar Series - Disability & Rehabilitation GCORE

MHIQ Program Seminar Series GCORE - Professor Jurvelin's research interests include the development of novel biophysical methods for diagnostics, prediction and therapy of musculoskeletal diseases. Dr Venäläinen's research is focused on developing novel computational approaches and tools to aid diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of complex diseases. Dr Shekhar Chandra has developed automated magnetic resonance (MR) image segmentation algorithms for human joints.
2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Professor Nigel Laing AO explains that next generation sequencing technologies make reproductive carrier screening for hundreds of conditions affordable. Mackenzie's Mission is a $20m Medical Research Future Fund project to develop, test and evaluate a reproductive carrier screening program that could be implemented and made available free to any Australian couple that wanted to use carrier screening.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE) - Local Composition Control Using Additive Manufacturing for Orthopedic Implants

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE) - Local Composition Control Using Additive Manufacturing for Orthopedic Implants

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE). Professor Roger Gonzalez explains the new approach to mutiplanar, real-time simulation of physiological knee load with implications towards using local composition control in additive manufacturing for orthopedic implants. The purpose of the research is to develop repeatable simulation of physiological loads and develop techniques to fabricate a synthetic-based replacement of cadaver specimens.