Save the date! Institute for Health Transformation’s Digital Health Symposium

We are delighted to extend an invitation for you to attend the Institute for Health Transformation’s Digital Health Symposium.

Organised by IHT’s Digital Health Working Group, this symposium aims to expand our understanding of digital health-led solutions. By sharing ideas, expanding networks, and gaining new perspectives, this event will also provide researchers a platform for collaboration and growth.

We have a range of external speakers including Adina Hamilton, from the Victorian Agency for Health Information, Department of Health talking about the data sets available to researchers.

We have 5 internal speakers as well.  Further details to made available soon.

Mark your calendars and prepare to be part of an engaging and enlightening event!

Date: 23rd August 2023, 10am-2pm

Deakin Media Training

Registrations are now open for part two of Deakin’s 2023 media training program, with sessions running from August to December.

Academic staff and PhD candidates can sign up for two tiers of media training, an introductory webinar or a broadcast interview workshop, via this link.

Australian Epidemiological Association (AEA) webinar

Why GRADE? Establishing certainty in the evidence from systematic reviews to inform trustworthy guidelines

The AEA – SA Chapter is honoured to host Professor Zachary Munn as our guest speaker for an online webinar. Professor Munn’s presentation will cover the basics of GRADE for establishing the certainty in the results of systematic reviews and for developing trustworthy guidelines.

If you are currently conducting a systematic review, developing evidence-based guidelines, or planning to do so soon, this event is a must!

This is a free event for all AEA members. Non-members fee (students: $5 and professionals: $15)

Date:  15th August 2023 at 4pm (ACST)

Register via Eventbrite here

IHT Morning teas

Keep your eye out for invitations to the upcoming IHT morning teas.

Burwood: 14th August, 10.30am

Geelong, Waterfront:  29th August, 10.30am

Mapping Stigma Exhibition Opening at Deakin Burwood Library

Angela Dew is part of a team who received an ARC Discovery grant to use a body mapping (a qualitative research method) with women with disability, mental health issues and refugee backgrounds to explore their experiences of stigma and discrimination. An exhibition of the body maps produced by 8 of the Victorian participants involved in the project will be held at the Deakin Burwood library, opening 18th of August. The exhibition website is here for anyone interested in attending.

Past events

EMCR Developing your track record sessions

In recognition of the needs to build and develop a track record of our EMCR community, the IHT EMCR Committee organised 2 workshops.

Building your research track record.

How do you build a research track record?

What does a competitive track record look like?

How to craft a competitive track record

Click here to access the recordings of these sessions.