The ARC Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies (ARC CMIT) is kicking off its lecture series on Technology from a Clinician Perspectives with a webinar by Associate Professor Jason Chuen, Director of Vascular Surgery at Austin Health on
Risk, Regulation, and Reality in Medical Technology
Tuesday, 18 August 2020
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM AEST
Medical innovation and technology is advancing at a rapid pace with ever-growing promises of disruptive and revolutionary changes in how we deliver and improve healthcare in the modern age. Hand-in-hand with these advances come risks which threaten to confound our existing regulatory and safety frameworks. Development without an awareness of these hazards threatens the practical and commercial success of important innovations.
A/Professor Jason Chuen
Associate Professor Jason Chuen is Director of Vascular Surgery at Austin Health and Founding Director of 3dMedLab, the 3D Medical Printing Laboratory at Austin Health. He has previously been Regional Chair of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and Deputy Chair of the Younger Fellows Section. He is a current AMA Victoria Councillor and Past President of the Australian Chinese Medical Association of Victoria. He holds specialist qualifications in Vascular Surgery and a Master of Public Health, and was the Murray F Brennan Visiting Scholar courtesy of the American College of Surgeons in 2018. In a prior life he was a database programmer and computer network consultant, running an internet service provider during Medical School. He maintains an interest in the intersection between medical innovation, information technology, data management, clinical governance, quality improvement and medical care.
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