Historically, multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) have operated as a weekly or fortnightly meeting to discuss patients.
In more recent years there are powerful drivers for engaging MDTs in translating research from basic science through to implementation science and quality improvement.
Multidisciplinary research moves beyond simple collaboration and teaming to integrate data, methodologies, perspectives, and concepts from multiple disciplines in order to advance fundamental understanding or to solve real world problems.
The Symposium will weclome MDT leads and members, quality improvement professionals, health policy offers and T2-T3 researchers.
- Keynote presentations highlighting new research,
- Case Study examples of strategies used to develop MDTs to the next level,
- Expert panel debate
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