The presentation of research outcomes is an integral part of any research program. Live presentation invites the opportunity for discussion, questioning and collaboration which may ultimately improve the quality of the research.

Presentations usually take the form of either an oral lecture, or a visual presentation such as a poster. Most presentations occur at international symposiums and conferences where the audience is specifically interested in the topic area of the research.

Highlight for 2014: 

James BrennanIn December 2014 James Brennan presented on "Ethanol and traumatic brain injury; a systematic review and meta-analysis", on behalf of authors (James Brennan), Professor Stephen Bernard, Professor Peter Cameron, Professor Jeffrey Rosenfeld, and Associate Professor Biswadev Mitra,

James was a medical student and junior researcher in the E&TC and was given the opportunity to present at the Australian College for Emergency Medicine Conference in Melbourne. He was in esteemed company presenting after three professors - which he says did little to calm his nerves! The presentation was very well received and we wish James all the very best for a long medical and research career.