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Thanks to all who presented at the 2019 #NDARCSeminar Series.

A number of videos are available to watch on our website including:
- Dr Fiona Shand from @blackoginst
- @AlisonRitter1 from @DrugPolicy_DPMP
- Prof Frederick Altice from Yale University

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16.03.2017

Abstracts open: Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase

Abstracts open The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) are now calling for Abstracts for oral or poster presentation at the 2017 Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase. Where: Campbelltown Catholic Club When: 7 & 8 June 2017 This is the signature event of the district where research and innovation…

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22.02.2017

Evaluating musculoskeletal models of care

A framework to guide developers and users of Models of Care (MoC) The feature editorial in the February issue of ACI’s newsletter Clinician Connect is Evaluating musculoskeletal models of care. Read about the partnership between the ACI, South Western Sydney Local Health District and others that established a framework for developing and evaluating musculoskeletal MoC. The framework was informed by…

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22.02.2017

Pathways to impact for research

10 lessons from grant proposals that led to the most significant and far-reaching impacts Evaluating excellence and impact of government-funded research is becoming increasingly important in Australia and around the world. Fast Track Impact have analysed ‘pathways to impact’ in grant applications that led to the top scoring impact case studies in the latest UK…

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22.02.2017

How to make science better

The 7 biggest problems facing science, according to 270 scientists Reporters for Vox write “In the past several years, many scientists have become afflicted with a serious case of doubt — doubt in the very institution of science.” To understand this, Vox reporters Julia Belluz, Brad Plumer, and Brian Resnick sent scientists a survey asking…

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22.02.2017

Writing the perfect funding proposal

Applying for research funding doesn’t have to be a daunting process It’s grant writing season, with several major NHMRC and ARC applications due over the next few months. To help get you through, the University of Sydney’s Research Portfolio shares their top tips to help researchers ace their funding proposal. While the content of applications will vary from…

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