Maridulu Budyari Gumal - Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research & Enterprise (SPHERE)
In partnership with Sydney Health Partners (SHP) and NSW Regional Health Partners (NSWRHP) in conjunction with the Association of Academic Health Centers International (AAHCI)
The future of healthcare is together in Darling Harbour at this international gathering of influential minds. Join the future-makers and imagine what could be. Click here for registration details or here to register directly.
Call for Poster Abstracts for the Symposium is now open. Please submit your abstracts using the link here.
President and CEO, Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC) and AAHC International (AAHC-I), Washington, United States
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Oxford Road Corridor (Manchester’s Innovation District) & Health Innovation Manchester, UK
Chancellor and the Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Distinguished Professor, The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), USA
Chair, Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC) Board, Washington, DC
Chief Executive Officer, Oxford Academic Health Science Network, UK
Professor of Stroke Medicine, Radcliffe Department of Medicine, The University of Oxford, UK
Director of Health Program, Grattan Institute, Melbourne, Australia
Emeritus Professor of Health Policy, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria
Professor Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Health, Western Sydney University, Sydney
Chair, Council of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Chair, The Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Review Taskforce
Member, Community and Consumer Advisory Group (CCAG), National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
The future of healthcare is together in Darling Harbour at this international gathering of influential minds. We invite people from every discipline, industry and country to join us as we challenge, innovate and ideas-make. As we move healthcare forward, from where it is, to where we imagine it to be.
Hear thought-leaders discuss the biggest health challenges of today and how we must work in partnership to solve them. Connect with like-minded peers. Start new conversations and explore unexpected collaborations.
Get ahead with the latest innovations in healthcare. Debate big data and how it’s driving a quality revolution. Be inspired by artists using their craft to translate complex science into a universal visual language and dive into new tech, devices and models of care that can help you deliver groundbreaking healthcare for less.
Join future-makers as they share their translation success stories and learn how we can unite across professions, organisations and borders to turn breakthroughs into practical, real world solutions. So that we’re not just talking about it, we’re practicing it and changing our patients’ lives in unimaginable ways.
Join the future-makers and imagine what could be.
The ICC Sydney is a 2 minute walk from the Convention Centre Light Rail stop. The Light Rail starts at Central Station in the CBD and travels to Dulwich Hill in the inner west.
A short walk from Central or Town Hall will take you directly to Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and Sydney Visitor Centre. Town Hall and Central Stations are a 10-minute walk from ICC Sydney.
ICC Sydney has its own bus stop.
Bus routes 389 and 501 stop at Harris Street near Allen Street – a 10-minute walk from ICC Sydney.
ICC Sydney operates two 24 hour car parking stations with a total of 826 parking spaces including 11 disabled parking bays, 25 motorcycle parking spaces, 50 bicycle racks and 20 electric car charge spaces.
Car Park Height: 2.2m
Address: 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW 2000
Operating hours: 7 Days – 24 hours
Entry after 5pm and exit before 4.00am
Car Park rates reset at 4.00am daily.
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Maridulu Budyari Gumal is the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research & Enterprise (SPHERE). We are 14 leading organizations who have come together to move healthcare forward faster.
We believe that collaboration is the answer, and we’re using our collective strength to power research across the world. The faster we translate research, the faster we can treat and cure disease. Maridulu Budyari Gumal is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recognized Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre (AHRTC).
Maridulu Budyari Gumal is proud to bring you this flagship event in partnership with our leading health partners: Sydney Health Partners and New South Wales Regional Health Partners in conjunction with the Association of Academic Health Centres International.
We acknowledge the Dharug people, whose lands we live and work on. We uphold your culture and connection to land, water and community. We honour your elders, today and yesterday, and will look to them to inspire a better tomorrow.