We invite you to attend ANZAHPE 2022!
We are pleased to welcome you to a networking day on July 8, and three days of virtual sessions on July 11, 13, & 19, 2022.
The festival theme is Partnerships and we invite health professional educators, clinical educators, educational researchers, health education providers, health professional students, and anyone involved in health profession educational practice to be involved.
In the past 18 months partnerships and collaborations have remained strong, we do know it is important that people have the opportunity to submit abstracts and communicate with their community about the important work they are doing, to learn and grow and advance their careers.
Along with celebrating our Health Professional Education partnerships the opening to the ANZAHPE Festival will include a special 50th anniversary celebration simultaneously at local hubs around Australia, New Zealand and beyond.
Feedback from the 2021 Festival indicated attendees appreciate the networking and social opportunities usually provided at ANZAHPE events. Therefore, sometime on Friday July 8th (it will be later in the day for our NZ colleagues, and earlier for those in Perth) we invite you all to attend – in person – the official opening of the Festival at our local networking hubs.
The virtual Festival will offer the same rich content and broad range of presentation platforms as past face-to-face meetings and will be delivered through a state-of-the art and easy to use virtual community platform.
It is envisaged there will be selected live sessions, pre-recorded presentations with live Q&A, interactive symposia & workshops with breakout sessions, poster sessions and a virtual exhibition hall. Registered attendees will have access to selected on-demand content following the conclusion of the Festival. By popular demand we will also include e-Posters in our 2022 Festival.
We urge you to take this opportunity to become an active part of the Festival by sharing your experiences and visions for the future with fellow delegates. We are confident you will find it a professionally rewarding and stimulating experience.
Associate Professor Jo Bishop