School of Translational Health Science

We are pleased to invite you to attend the inaugural 2015 Joanna Briggs Institute International Methodology Symposium on the 3rd and 4th September in Adelaide, Australia, which will focus on presenting and discussing the unique approaches developed by JBI and its Collaboration to evidence synthesis and implementation.

This symposium, aimed at the evidence-based healthcare enthusiast and methodologist, is a must for anyone interested in the varied approaches to conducting systematic reviews across the broad spectrum of methodologies, including but not limited to effectiveness, diagnosis, mixed-methods and qualitative review.

To register for the symposium and the pre-symposium workshops, submit an Abstract or for further details regarding key dates, speakers and accommodation options, please go to: http://2015symposium.joannabriggs.org/

Please note that due to the JBI International Methodology Symposium being an internally-focused event to the JBI, the JBC and affiliated stakeholders, there are strictly limited tickets available. We therefore encourage all interested persons to register promptly.

Registration closes on Friday 24 July 2015, however tickets may be sold out prior.

JBI has secured discounted rates for participants at The Crowne Plaza Adelaide and The Ibis Hotel Adelaide. For information on how to book please go to the symposium website. Rooms will be discounted for a strictly limited period, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Please feel free to circulate this email to your colleagues and students. For any further information please feel free to contact jasmine.wan@adelaide.edu.au .

We look forward to seeing you in Adelaide in September this year as we continue to develop unique approaches to Methodology and meet with friends old and new from across the globe.

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The ‘3 Minute Thesis Competition’ is being held again in 2015 and registrations are now open! This competition is a skills development activity offered by the university that challenges HDR students to explain their research project to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. HDR students who are actively enrolled in a PhD or Masters by Research program (including thesis under submission) at the University of Adelaide will be eligible to participate in the competition. Competitors must also have completed their Major Review. Graduates are not eligible. For details about eligibility, key dates and registration visit – http://www.adelaide.edu.au/3mt/

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The April 2015 issue of JBI Matters is now online

http://joannabriggs.org/jbi-matters.html

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The JBI Matters March 2015 issue is now online. http://joannabriggs.org/jbi-matters.html

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The Jan/Feb 2015 issue of JBI Matters is now online. http://joannabriggs.org/jbi-matters.html

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Registration is now open for the Melanoma Education Day – Saturday, 14 February 2015. The event will be held at the Robson Lecture Theatre, RAH, with guest speakers from the Melanoma Institute Australia and Princess Alexandria Hospital, Brisbane, covering dermatology, surgery, and therapies in adjuvant and advanced settings. There is no cost to attend for [...]

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STHS Flyer 2015  See attached updated flyer for the school’s HDR program - containing key dates for next year.  A 2015 version of the Handbook will be available on this site in early January.

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HDR students are invited to complete a short University Libraries survey on research training needs https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7GSRXZT The University Libraries are considering piloting a new researcher training program in 2015. They are interested to learn about your training needs in relation to understanding the impact of research outputs and understanding your research outreach and profile. Your [...]

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Hi all The October 2014 issue of JBI Matters is now online. http://joannabriggs.org/jbi-matters.html

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The School of Translational Health Science is currently settling the content for the 2015 Student Handbook and Program Flyer, which will soon be available on this website. For now, all candidates and existing students should be mindful of the following key dates for 2015 – Semester 1 (commencing students) • University Induction Online – (Due [...]

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