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01.03.2017

Upcoming conferences

  MRinRT Conference The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and a local organising committee are hosting the 5th MR in RT Symposium in Sydney, Australia from 20-23 June 2017. FIND OUT MORE about this conference.   Primary Healthcare Research Conference The 2017 Primary Healthcare Research Conference is being held in Brisbane between 7-9th August, 2017. The conference organisers are…

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01.03.2017

Understanding health research

Get the most out of reading research literature Reading the research evidence and implementing evidence-based practice can be very challenging. One tool can help walk you through the fundamental components of any research report or journal article. Are you new to research? Are you interested in reading journal articles but not sure where to start? Do you…

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21.02.2017

Event: work-life balance in health research

Registration is open for the upcoming Franklin Women event WORK vs LIFE…Forget about balance! You will receive practical tips on how to achieve work-life balance as well as the chance to meet other women working in health research. The guest speaker at this breakfast event will be Dr Linda Friedland who is a clinician, public health advocate,…

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09.02.2017

World Cancer Day recognised across the district

World Cancer Day 2017 The 4th February was World Cancer Day and residents of New South Wales came together to identify how they can, how we can, reduce the impact of cancer. The impact of cancer across the state is clear. It is projected that up to a quarter of a million people across the…

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09.02.2017 Networking

Rush Hour: What are you looking at?

Register now for Rush Hour – speed networking for researchers. Have you ever wished you could meet local researchers with complimentary research interests? Would you like to talk about your research with people who could become future collaborators? Could you benefit from some fresh perspectives on the research questions you’re investigating?   Join us for…

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