Date and time

Event date: Tuesday, 14 Sep 2021
Time: 13:00-14:00
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Join this thought leadership session on balancing the needs of a physical university with the emerging demands for health sciences learning and research, along with their translation into population benefit.

Our partners will give personal perspectives developing flexible strategies to transform physical spaces to reflect the exigencies of our changing healthcare environment, our communities and our industry relations.

The event will provide an opportunity to share and consider global lessons in establishing the Campus of the Future, in order to stimulate and drive research and innovation.

The session will kick off with bite size over views on:

• The Randwick Health and Education Precinct, University of New South Wales, Sydney

A major commitment of the New South Wales Government, the project brings together world-class education, research and healthcare organisations to address real-world problems across the lifespan (Vlado Perkovic).

• The School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh

How Pittsburgh intends to reimagine the challenges and opportunities for the campus of the future in healthcare and health sciences, to transform learning experiences and drive research and innovation (Anantha Shekhar).

• A Future Facing Locality to Tackle Regional Inequalities, Newcastle University

Working closely with the community, Newcastle continues their world leading approach to enable people to live longer, better lives with the regeneration of a site dedicated to tackle the major health and societal challenges faced by the local population (David Burn).

Reflect on shared experiences from other campuses with a live Q&A as well as real time reaction via instant polling. Our speakers at this event will be:

Vlado Perkovic is Dean of Medicine and Scientia Professor at UNSW Sydney.

Anantha Shekhar is Senior Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences and John and Gertrude Petersen Dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.

David Burn is Director of Newcastle Health Innovation Partners, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Medical Sciences at Newcastle University

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Date and time

Event date: Tuesday, 14 Sep 2021
Time: 13:00-14:00
Location:
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