New co-director Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research (QPS)

Alfred Deakin Professor Tracey Bucknall, Chair in Nursing at Alfred Health, has accepted the role of co-director of the QPS, sharing leadership with Alfred Deakin Professor Alison Hutchinson. Tracey brings expertise in clinical decision making for improving patient outcomes and implementation science, which will provide invaluable support to the strategic directions of QPS and IHT. Join us in congratulating Tracey!

Leadership changes across IHT’s Strategic Pillars

The IHT Executive Committee is in the process of developing a new model of distributed leadership, with our Domain Director’s taking on joint responsibility for the strategic direction of one of our Strategic Pillars in concert with the Operational Team. The current Domain Director and Operational Team Leads for each Strategic Pillar are listed below, however roles and responsibilities will continue to evolve as priorities shift and change.

CRADLE Fellowships 2023 for Deakin Academic Staff are closing soon! Applications Due 5pm 6 March 2023

Applications for CRADLE’s Fellowship Scheme for 2023 are now open. If you’re a Deakin academic staff member interested in higher education research in assessment and/or digital learning, don’t miss this opportunity to undertake up to 18 months’ research with the support and mentorship of CRADLE’s leading higher education researchers.

CRADLE welcomes applications from postdoctoral researchers at every career stage, from early career to senior scholars. Applicants must be a current Deakin staff member and be on a continuing or fixed-term position at Deakin as an academic staff member with more than two years remaining on their contract. All applicants must be able to demonstrate the relevance of their proposed research to CRADLE’s current research activities and our current programs of research.

CRADLE Fellowships offer funding of $15,000 to support each Fellow’s collaborative research program for research activities, and in some instances, to buy out teaching time.

For more information about CRADLE Fellowships, eligibility criteria, the benefits of becoming a CRADLE Fellow, and to complete the online application form, please visit the CRADLE Fellowships blog page.

You can read more about the experiences of CRADLE Fellows here!

Further information

Visit the Fellowships blog page.

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For any further enquiries please email CRADLE’s Research Manager, Dr Helen Walker: Email CRADLE