ANZACA 2017

Workshops for ANZACA 2017

 

 

14th ANZACA Conference – University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

4-6 December 2017

 

Welcome Programme Abstracts Registration Accommodation Speakers Workshops

  • The following hands-on and interactive Pre-conference Workshops will be held on Monday 4th December at University of Auckland Medical School
  • Registration for the Pre-Conference Workshops includes morning/afternoon tea (for the morning/afternoon sessions respectively) and lunch.
  • 10.00-12.00pm Pre-conference Workshop 1: Mentorship and Anatomy
  • Dr Alexandra Webb & Dr Michelle Lazarus
  • Are you an HDR student or early career researcher seeking support to navigate a career as an anatomy academic? -  Are you looking for some support to develop an application for a new job or for promotion? - Have you found it hard to complete projects? – Do you want to learn a new skill? – Are you finding it challenging to juggle academic demands? - Do you have skills and experience you would like to share with others?

    The inaugural ANZACA Mentor Program Workshop is designed to launch this ANZACA-sponsored program to provide members with the opportunity to broaden & share their knowledge, skills, capabilities and experience to enhance their careers and professional development.

    All ANZACA members are invited and encouraged to attend, whether looking to be a mentor and/or a mentee. During the workshop, we will discuss effective mentoring and provide opportunities to identify potential mentors and mentees matched to your area(s) of interest. Post-workshop, we will facilitate the formation and planning of your mentor-mentee relationship. Virtual support will be provided during the year with annual designated face-to-face events at each annual ANZACA conference.

  • For full details of this workshop and of the academics involved please visit the following link: Mentorship & Anatomy Workshop Details
  • 12.00-12.30pm Collect your lunch from the FMHS Atrium
  • 1.30-4.00pm Pre-conference Workshop 1: Surgical Anatomy
  • Dr Ali Mirjalili & Dr Monika Zimanyi
  • An increasing number of surgical anatomy courses have been established within Australasia over the last 5 years, clearly demonstrating the desire and need for such programs. The aim of this workshop is to discuss the core-syllabus of these surgical anatomy programs in order to ensure consistency and thoroughness between courses and to ensure the highest quality teaching in the region. The chair of anatomy of the RACS and universities with a long history of running such courses are invited to attend this workshop and contribute to the future pedagogy of this growing field of expertise