Follow this link for the latest edition of our school’s newsletter, JBI Matters – http://www.joannabriggs.org/assets/docs/newsletters/JBI-Matters_2014_july.pdf
A reminder about the Postgraduate Research Conference, there’s only a week left for poster registration!! Closing date is now 4 August 2014. This occasion should not be overlooked as there is significant benefit to students presenting at this competition. This conference is a highly regarded event across the University, attended by postgraduate students, honours students, […]
The school has recently been presented with the results of the survey initiated by the student rep group, and via Lyle as head of school had a discussion with the student representatives. Firstly, it is good and helpful to have data of this nature, without which much of our planning may be based on anecdotal […]
August 2014 – Research School Program 1 To all HDR Students, follow the above link to access the agenda for the upcoming Research School. Please note that there will be a revised version of this document going out once we have finalised all presentation topics.
The School of Translational Health Science/The Joanna Briggs Institute is seeking to develop a comprehensive database of experiences and problems our software users may come across, and would value student feedback as a part of this process. In recent months our institute has begun a more pre-emptive approach to the monitoring and maintenance of our […]
On 23 June 2014 Bar Smith Librarian, Maureen Bell, conducted a Workshop in the JBI Conference Room on ‘Higher Level Searching’. The feedback from the session has been extremely positive, with students in attendance clearly benefiting from having the further intensive tutorial on techniques associated with searching. The Workshop wasn’t designed just for new students, […]
Registrations for this year’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition has been extended until Friday 11 July. This research communication competition challenges Higher Degree by Research students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes to a non-specialist audience. The School of Translational Health Science encourages its HDR students […]