EMCR Awards 2022
The IHT EMCR Awards will run again in 2022, with the launch date set for February. In consultation with the EMCR Committee, the format of the Awards has been slightly changed for next year. We’ll be introducing three new Group-based awards, where EMCRs have been part of a Project Team that demonstrates Excellence in Research Impact, Excellence in Multidisciplinary Research and Excellence in Research Partnerships.
The individual awards for Research Excellence will continue in their current format and will be awarded to individuals from the following three categories:
- PhD Students – current students or students one-year post thesis PhD submission for research conducted between 2019-2021
- Early Career Researchers – emerging researchers with less than five years post PhD or other research related employment (full-time, not including career disruption) for research conducted between 2019-2021.
- Mid-Career Researchers – experienced researchers 5-10 years post PhD or other research related employment (full-time, not including career disruption) for research conducted between 2019-2021.
Keep an eye out for more information in February.
IHT Annual Members Survey
If you haven’t had a chance to complete the survey yet, we encourage you to do so. The survey results are an extremely important source of information for the Institute to ensure we can continually improve our support to members in 2022. The survey closes this Friday 3 December. Fill out yours here.
Join the IHT EMCR Committee and help shape research support to all IHT-EMCR members
The EMCR committee is seeking expressions of interest from other EMCRs to join the committee as General Members. The role of the EMCR committee is to advise the IHT Executive Committee in relation to enhancing opportunities for EMCRs. Meetings are held at least six times a year, with additional meetings scheduled if required. If you’re interested or have any questions, please contact the Committee Co-Chairs Dr Lahiru Russell or Dr Christina Zorbas.
Deakin Health Economics is pleased to share the latest edition of its newsletter. Dedicated to the much loved and retiring Alfred Deakin Professor Marj Moodie, the newsletter also includes news about DHE’s grant and tender success and recent research activities.