Monthly Archives: March 2018
In mid-February, I attended Science Meets Parliament (SMP), hosted by Science and Technology Australia as one of the Superstars of STEM. I was one of over 200 scientists who converged on Canberra to bring science to the nation’s decision makers for two days. We were led by luminaries of Australian science who included Professor Alan Finkel […]
Professor Sarah Robertson presented at the Australian Academy of Science in February 2018 on the topic: The Science of Us – when life begins. Watch this insightful 20 minute presentation below.
Authors: Luke Grzeskowiak, Lisa Amir, La Trobe University, and Wendy Ingman. Breast milk is the best form of nutrition for infants’ growth and development. But some women don’t produce enough milk to exclusively breastfeed their baby. We don’t have good data on the proportion of women with breast milk supply issues, but it is a commonly […]
The RRI is supporting the Australian Institute of Project Managements Health Project Management event, to be held Wednesday 4 April at 5.30pm in the Joe Verco Lecture Theatre. Project management in health requires not only project management skills but understanding of clinician engagement, community engagement, patient centred care, change management in a clinical context, integration […]