The School of Translational Health Science would like to extend an invitation to the 3rd Graduate Research Seminar for 2014.
Date: Friday, 2 May from 3pm
Venue: JBI Conference Room, Level 1, 115 Grenfell Street, Adelaide.
Join the audience to hear a special presentation by the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Adelaide, Professor Justin Beilby, speaking on topic: “Implementing new models of musculoskeletal services in rural South Australia – successes, pitfalls and failures”.
Prior to the presentation there will be complimentary CHEESE AND WINE served from 3:10pm. All staff and students are encouraged to attend this special presentation.
The Apply First Aid course is now available at the Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre (AHSSC). Equip yourself with invaluable first aid skills – you can’t learn it in an emergency. Only 20 spots available per course, book in quick to avoid missing out!
Course: Provide First Aid
Location: Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre
Date: 27th June or 25th July | 9:00 – 17:00
Additional on campus courses are now available in June and July. Delivered by the Adelaide Health Simulation and Skills Centre, the practical and VET certified course will give you the skills and fundamentals to provide first aid until a medical assistant arrives. Contact us now for more information or to book into a course today.
Upon successful completion of the First Aid course, you will receive a nationally recognised First Aid Statement of Attainment which will be valid for up to three years.
Please note that prior to the date of the course, you must complete an online multiple choice questionnaire to the required satisfactory level in order to attend the course.
The University’s Indigenous Oral Health Unit is hosting an International Indigenous Oral Health Conference from Aug 27 to 29, 2014, at the Wine Centre. A comprehensive Aboriginal cultural program will complement the scientific program. More information can be found here.
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Join Apple at a workshop that will examine how mobile technologies – including iPad, iBooks and iTunes U – are transforming health sciences education.
Dr Colin Lumsden, Paediatrician and Academic Lead for eLearning at the University of Manchester Medical School, will present his research and share his experience of delivering blended learning curriculum to medical students using iPads and Apple’s content ecosystem. Learn about the successes, challenges and possibilities afforded by the deployment of iPads to students and staff. Mario Ricci from the University of Adelaide and Tim Sawyer from UniSA will be on-hand to share their knowledge of creating custom-developed digital content.
The session will include discussion of the practical aspects of deploying technology in government hospital systems – including security considerations – and the opportunities technology presents to clinical practitioners and educators. The workshop will include hands-on activities such as demonstrations, polling and mind mapping. You are encouraged to bring your iPad.
Date: Thursday, May 15 2014.
Time: 10:00AM – 1:00PM,
Venue: Level 7, Ingkarni Wardli Building, The University of Adelaide
Registration links & more information:
A delegation of 7 Professors from the University of Adelaide, the University of Sydney, and the University of Western Australia was invited by the University of Hong Kong and the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology and Chinese Academy of Sciences, to promote joint research between China and Australia in the musculoskeletal disciplines.
Professor David Findlay (Centre for Orthopaedic and Trauma Research) and Associate Professor David Haynes (School of Medical Sciences) represented the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Adelaide. During April 4-7, excellent symposia were held in both Hong Kong and Shenzhen, giving us the opportunity to showcase the musculoskeletal research being performed at the University of Adelaide, and to see first-hand the work being done by our colleagues in Hong Kong and China.
In addition, talks were held to identify areas of mutual interest that can form the basis of ongoing collaborative efforts between our institutes. These led to commitments to further relationship-building visits, student exchange and joint research initiatives. Importantly, the visit resulted in the establishment of the China-Australia Musculoskeletal Alliance to develop and promote research collaboration to address major issues in musculoskeletal conditions.
Medical Education is moving towards a more integrated definition of competence or competency-based education, but to assess this is still problematic. Professor Van der Vleuten will present a systems approach to assessment of clinical competence and describe where we are with programmatic assessment and ask where we should go in the future?
Date: 12pm – 1pm, Tuesday April 15th, 2014
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Flinders Medical Centre
No charge | No bookings required
For further enquiries please contact Dean’s Suite, School of Medicine (08) 8204 4160
You are invited to attend the Australasian Society of Psychiatric Research (ASPR) 2014 Conference between the 3-5 of December 2014 at the newly redeveloped world-class Adelaide Oval.
This years conference theme is:
Mental Health Research in Transition – Bridging the Gap
This theme highlights the bideirectional interface of neurosciences, basic and clinical psychiatry, mental health and the translation into policy development.
Registration for ASPR 2014 opens on the 18th August 2014.
Deadline for symposium and abstract (oral and poster) submission 4th August 2014.
Poster Only Deadline is the 3rd of October 2014.
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The Research Branch Bulletin this week will have an updated entry for the Premier’s Research and Industry Fund (PRIF) Catalyst Research Grants, Round Three. Taking into consideration the Easter and ANZAC Day holidays, the deadline set by the PRIF and the time required for Research Branch to review and sign off on these applications, we ask that complete applications are submitted to Research Branch (firstname.lastname@example.org) by no later than Tuesday 15 April 2014.
The Premier’s Research and Industry Fund Catalyst Research Grants provides funding to support South Australian scientific and technological research projects being performed by an Early Career Researcher in collaboration with an industry partner or end user group. The research activity should be aligned with one or more of South Australia’s seven strategic priorities (www.priorities.sa.gov.au).
Objectives are to:
- Seek solutions for complex and significant problems that are relevant to one or more of South Australia’s strategic priorities
- Generate new or strengthen existing collaborations between early career researchers and an industry partner or end-user group
- Provide the opportunity for Early Career Researchers to participate in professional development that enhances their industry and business related skills
- Enable Early Career Researchers to engage in leading-edge research
- Improve South Australia’s capacity to leverage funding from Commonwealth programs or industry sources
Guidelines and an application form are available here: http://www.dfeest.sa.gov.au/Science-research/Premiers-Research-and-Industry-Fund/Catalyst-Research-Grants
A maximum of $30,000 for up to 2 years. The administering institution must provide matched cash funding to be used directly for the research program. Additional cash or in-kind support from the partnering organisations will be viewed very favourably.
- Applications are open to Early Career Researchers employed by a South Australian based public or private research organisation, including universities, research institutes, and Commonwealth research organisations.
- An Early Career Researcher is defined as a person who has completed a PhD within the previous eight years, and will be employed in a funded research position at the Administering Organisation for the duration of the Grant.
- Applications must have at least one existing or proposed industry partner or end user group.
- Applications must also involve input from a researcher in a discipline different to that of the Early Career Researcher or another research institution.
- For Early Career Researchers with over five years since the completion of their PhD, one of the above collaborators must be a new partner who has not previously been involved in the proposed collaborative research.
- Applications must be endorsed by the DVCR.
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Congratulations to Mr Paul Rothmore of the School of Population Health on receiving a 2014 Commendation for Excellence in Support of the Student Experience.
The Selection Panel was very impressed by Mr Rothmore’s dedication and passion towards improving the learning experience of Occupational Health and Safety students at the University of Adelaide, and it is clear that his efforts are well regarded by both students and staff.
The Australia-Korea Foundation invites applications for grants and scholarships from Australians wishing to further their engagement with Korea in 2014-15.
Applications should be completed online by 5pm AEST, 11 April 2014.
AKF grants typically involve a contribution of between $20,000 and $30,000 towards a significant project with clear goals and committed partners.
Scholarships, valued between $3000 and $10,000, assist with travel and living expenses for study, research or internships in Korea.
The new priority areas for the Foundation in 2014-15 are:
• Korean language and literacy;
• Science and innovation (with a focus on health, ageing and social change); and
• Sports diplomacy (with a focus on the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, to be hosted by Australia, and the 2018 Winter Olympics).
The Foundation will also consider applications in other areas, such as projects that advance Australia’s engagement with Korea by supporting cultural and academic pursuits, business and community exchanges, and partnerships and collaborations.
Further information: http://www.dfat.gov.au/akf