South West Sydney Research brings together healthcare, research and health education entities in South West Sydney as a co-ordinated Hub.

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South West Sydney Research facilitates world-class research by supporting multi‑professional and multi‑centre collaboration, working to improve our competitiveness, and reducing barriers to research conduct and translation.

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There are many ways to be part of the health research community.

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Our journal aims to serve as an international platform for sharing laboratory and clinical findings in an #OpenAccess format among laboratory scientists, physician scientists, and rheumatologists Learn more about Arthritis Research & Therapy http://bit.ly/2TmLCVt

Read @ConcertTcrc's Paper of the month on 'Targeting the HGF/c-MET pathway in advanced pancreatic cancer: a key element of treatment that limits primary tumour growth and eliminates metastasis' https://bit.ly/3aABoal

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Record and Showcase Your Research

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One of the most important factors in getting your work noticed, read, and cited is accessibility. A great way to make your research easy to find is to create a researcher profile.

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Research methods

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Series of 11 sessions covering study design, use of library facilities, ethics, statistics and more. The next Research Methods Seminar Series will be held in 2017.

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Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training

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GCP training is highly encouraged for all researchers and mandatory for those involved in clinical trials. The Clinical Trials Support Unit is now offering onsite TransCelerate accredited GCP programs.

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Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre

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Phone: +61 2 8738 9600

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Author Identifiers

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A great way to make your research easy to find is to use Author identifiers (Author IDs) to create a researcher profile.

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