Breakfast

2021 Tas Summer Breakfast

Join us for the annual Tasmanian Summer Breakfast.

The Breakfast event offers an unmissable opportunity to engage with your peers and colleagues while enjoying breakfast.

Our keynote speaker this year, David Humphries, will be presenting 'Thinking about thinking'.

This presentation is an examination of the cognitive biases that influence our everyday clinical decision making. It will be narrative rather than literature driven and is aimed at raising awareness about the tricks our brains play on us routinely.

Table bookings available – contact jason.smith@australian.physio.

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Presenters

David Humphries


David has spent 35 years working in the Sport and Exercise Medicine field, 28 of them in Hobart. One of the first cohort of SEM physicians in Australia, receiving his fellowship in 1991. He has received the Citation for Distinguished Service from the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP) for his roles in education, examinations and as College President. David has worked with many sporting organisations in Tasmania including AFL Tas, and Cricket Tas, currently with professional basketball. David is a casual clinical lecturer at UTAS and currently has a small role on a research project with Sydney University and the Menzies looking at stem cells in OA.David has published a number of research papers in SEM, the most recent of which involved him leading a Delphi group in the development of an international syllabus in the medical specialty of SEM, with two papers published in British Journal of Sports Medicine. David is involved in teaching SEM registrars and general practice registrars and has been involved in creating online tutorials for both ACSEP and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He also does some international teaching and examining in SEM.

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Breakfast
26
Friday
26 November
07:00AM - 09:00AM AEDT
Marieville Esplanade
Sandy Bay TAS 7005 View map
Price: Non-Member: $50.00
APA Member: $50.00
Registration closing date: 21 Nov 2021 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 2.00 * Early bird prices close 4 weeks prior to the course start date
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Price: Non-Member: $50.00
APA Member: $50.00
Registration closing date: 21 Nov 2021 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 2.00 * Early bird prices close 4 weeks prior to the course start date
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Presenters

David Humphries


David has spent 35 years working in the Sport and Exercise Medicine field, 28 of them in Hobart. One of the first cohort of SEM physicians in Australia, receiving his fellowship in 1991. He has received the Citation for Distinguished Service from the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP) for his roles in education, examinations and as College President. David has worked with many sporting organisations in Tasmania including AFL Tas, and Cricket Tas, currently with professional basketball. David is a casual clinical lecturer at UTAS and currently has a small role on a research project with Sydney University and the Menzies looking at stem cells in OA.David has published a number of research papers in SEM, the most recent of which involved him leading a Delphi group in the development of an international syllabus in the medical specialty of SEM, with two papers published in British Journal of Sports Medicine. David is involved in teaching SEM registrars and general practice registrars and has been involved in creating online tutorials for both ACSEP and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He also does some international teaching and examining in SEM.


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