Research Methodology Seminar Series

The Ingham Institute Research Methodology Seminar Series The seminar series will be held at the Thomas and Rachel Moore Education Centre, Liverpool Hospital and will commence Thursday 15th June 2017 from 4-5pm with sessions 1-10 video-conferenced to Campbelltown Hospital. The Seminar Series comprises the following 3 components: Sessions 1-8 will focus on how to initiate…

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How to write a conference abstract

What to include in a conference abstract Writing a conference abstract can be daunting. The aim is to get your reader’s attention and communicate a clear and succinct message about your work. To get started, follow this general outline: Background: Briefly introduce what is known, and unknown, about the topic of your research.  Aims: State the…

Computing for Health Research

Tutorial opportunity! Tim Churches, Senior Research Fellow in Health Data Science at the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and South Western Sydney Clinical School, will be hosting a series of weekly tutorials on computing for health researchers. The tutorials will commence in the first week of April. The tutorial series will be  targeted primarily…

Medical Device Commercialisation Training Programs

Two training courses are now available to support researchers’ commercialisation of medical technologies   The Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program (MDCTP) is a NSW Health initiative designed to support clinicians and researchers interested in commercialising medical technologies. Training is provided by Cicada Innovations and is free for NSW-based clinicians and researchers. Places are limited.  …

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Medical blog makes evidence based medicine digestible

One south west Sydney general practitioner is bringing evidence based medicine to the table Morsels of Evidence is a blog dedicated to identifying, digesting, and synthesising the best medical evidence for general practitioners. Michael Tam is a Staff Specialist at the General Practice Unit in Fairfield Hospital, located in the South Western Sydney Local Health District and supported by…

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Nature Blog: Ten top science career tips for 2017

Nature Blog: Ten top science career tips for 2017 NatureBlog started the new year by building their TOP TEN career tips for science researchers. From remembering to look for training opportunities, to keeping an open mind, and considering ‘unconventional’ research collaborators, this top ten will inspire you to start the year with a bang. NatureBlog’s top ten…

NSW Health PhD Scholarships Program

NSW Health PhD Scholarships Program – now open The NSW Health PhD Scholarships Program provides funding to host universities to support PhD candidates to gain skills and undertake projects that will will build capacity in the NSW Health system in areas of identified need. Grants are available to host universities to support staff who are…