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.@cancerNSW is pleased to call for Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for its Innovations in Cancer Control Grants 2020 Round. The EOI application must be completed online and submitted no later than the 3rd of April at 5pm. Apply now >> http://bit.ly/39OGe2O

GRANT: Innovations in Cancer Control. Supports community and service-centred initiatives with potential to be embedded in the health system. Close 3 April.

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https://www.cancer.nsw.gov.au/data-research/grants/open-grants/innovations-in-cancer-control-grants via @cancerNSW

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MMND-ITRO 2020

February 10 - February 16
Novotel Northbeach, 2-14 Cliff Rd
North Wollongong, NSW 2520 Australia
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Micro, Mini and Nano Dosimetry, and Innovative Technologies in Radiation Oncology For all enquiries, email Karen Ford at cmrp@uow.edu.au Click HERE to register.

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The nature of forgetting: neurofeedback and psychotherapy in the treatment of dissociative disorders – Webinar series

February 16 @ 8:00 am - February 17 @ 12:00 am AEDT

16-17 Feb 2020, 8am (AEDT) 23-24 Feb 2020, 8am (AEDT 1-2 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 8-9 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 15-16 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 22-23 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) This webinar will explore the latest neuroscience research in developmental trauma and discuss how its findings challenge the prevailing belief that dissociation, repression, resistance and regression are primarily psychological...

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