I am delighted to announce that five of our academic staff were recognised in Canberra on Wednesday for their outstanding contributions to medical research by being elected Fellows of the new Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. The Academy aims to promote health and medical research and its translation into practice, to enable a healthier community in Australia and the world.

Professor Michael Horowitz, Professor of Medicine and Director of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Translating Nutritional Science to Good Health.

Professor Timothy Hughes, Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project Professor and Cancer Theme Leader at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).

Professor Maria Makrides, Healthy Mothers, Babies and Children Theme Leader at SAHMRI and Director of the University of Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Professor Stephen Nicholls, Professor of Cardiology and Heart Health Theme Leader at SAHMRI.

Professor Robert Norman, Professor for Reproductive and Periconceptual Medicine, past Director and research leader with the University’s Robinson Research Institute.

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Each year NHMRC relies heavily on the research community to undertake peer review of grant applications. The review panel spokespersons were asked last year to nominate an external assessor report that was of particularly high quality and of significant benefit to the deliberations of the panel. Four of our staff appeared on the list of those demonstrating such outstanding contribution in 2014. These are David Callen, Francis Carbone, Robert Fitridge and Julia Pitcher. Congratulations to all four.

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Please join us for our first HDA Thematic Evening for the year on The Pre-School Years

Date: Wednesday 29 April, 5.00 – 7.30pm
{doors open from 4.30pm, networking with light refreshments from 6.30pm}
Location: Rumours Cafe, Level 6 Union House, University of Adelaide (North Terrace campus)
RSVP: by Thursday 23 April to anne.jurisevic@adelaide.edu.au, required for seating and catering
Free admission
Full program can be found here

Speakers

Dr Angela Gialamas

High quality child care: reducing school readiness gaps for children from socioeconomically disadvantaged families
Research Associate, School of Population Health, University of Adelaide

Ms Heather Ward

Children’s centres for early childhood development and parenting: working together to enable children and families to flourish and have the best possible start in life Manager Children’s Centre Project, Department for Education and Child Develop-ment (DECD)

Professor Pauline Harris

Encountering preschool children as active citizens
The Lillian de Lissa Chair in Early Childhood (Research), School of Education, University of South Australia

Professor Phillip Slee

KidsMatter early childhood – the challenges of assessing mental health in early childhood
Director, Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence Centre (SWAPv), School of Education, Flinders University

CHAIR

Professor Claire Roberts

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide

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Make the leap The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to invite all clinicians, from all health and allied health disciplines, to our Evidence-Based Clinical Fellowship Program . This is a six-month work-place evidence implementation program involving two intensive training weeks at The Joanna Briggs Institute and a work-place evidence implementation project in the intervening [...]

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Unlock your leadership potential The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to invite all clinical leaders or leaders-to-be, from all health and allied health disciplines, to our Clinical Leadership Program. Our transformative one day program is delivered by a specialist leadership facilitator using a mix of guided learning, practical exercises, self-reflection and group discussion to [...]

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Improve your research by making evidence stronger. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is pleased to offer researchers, in all disciplines, Comprehensive Systematic Review Training. Our fully facilitated and practical program is a 1, 3 or 5 day course depending on your research needs or areas of interest. Introduction to Evidence-Based Health Care and the Systematic [...]

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All applications for Titleholders Promotion to Level D must be submitted online. Applications open Monday 30 March 2015 and must be submitted Tuesday 9 June at 5.00 pm. Applicants must have their University of Adelaide staff ID (e.g. a1234567) and password; this will be required for both entry into the website and to submit the [...]

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If so, we need to hear from you now. Changes in the Faculty of Health Sciences and our external partners over the next two years, including the relocation of the RAH and the development of the new Adelaide Medical and Nursing Schools building, mean that our access to important software and data will need to [...]

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Staff from the Schools of Nursing and Medicine are invited to attend a workshop on Friday 27 March, 11 – 2pm, focusing on Education Research for the AMNS. The Adelaide Medical and Nursing Schools Project creates a once-in-a-generation opportunity to leverage our integrated Medicine and Nursing learning and teaching initiatives, including how this can be [...]

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High achievers in research, industry and education are encouraged to apply for the 2015 SA Science Excellence Awards. The awards showcase the critical importance of science and research to the development of industry and our society. Nominations are invited from individuals across industry, government, research and education for one of the following categories: South Australian [...]

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