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Upcoming events in Medicine and Health

25 Jul

Visiting lecture: Dr Lauren Brookman-Frazee

Thursday 25 July, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

 

Hosted by Sydney Health Partners and the Brain and Mind Centre, Dr Lauren Brookman-Frazee Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Califonria San Diego will discuss Building Autism Capacity for Childrens Mental Health Services.

25 Jul

Alumni tours - Susan Wakil Health Building

27 June - 26 September, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Alumni are invited to tour the state of the art facilities at the Susan Wakil Health Building.

  • 10:00 am: Tour of the Susan Wakil Health Building (meet in the Foyer)
  • 11:00 am: Morning tea at the Grandstand café (next door to the Susan Wakil Health building)

 

The Susan Wakil Health Building, Western Avenue, Camperdown 2050.

Free, registration is essential.

 

Thursday 25 July > register here.

Thursday 29 August > register here.

Thursday 26 September > register here.

31 Jul

EDIT Collaboration Webinar: “Unpacking Dietary Restraint: Challenges and New Findings"

Wednesday 31 July, 8:00 am - 9:00 am 

 

In this EDIT Collaboration webinar, Dr Andrea Goldschmidt & PhD student Laura D’Adamo will present a novel method for understanding dietary restraint constructs that may signify elevated risk for eating disorders in children and adolescents with higher BMI. The ultimate goal is to inform screening and monitoring methods for youth presenting for weight management interventions.

1 Aug

Kolling PRA MSK Showcase 2

Thursday 1 August, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

 

Hosted by Gilbert Lorquet, CEO, NORTH Foundation on behalf of the Kolling Priority Research Area, Musculoskeletal, with presenters Professors Trudy RebbeckDavid HunterMichael NicholasAssociate Professor Meilang XueDrs Tom Lynch and Jobe Shatrov.

 

A showcase of current musculoskeletal research, presented by researchers from Osteoarthritis Research, Suttons Arthritis, Pain Management Research Centre, A3BC Biobank, Murray Maxwell Biomechanics Lab and the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research. There will be an opportunity for discussion, light refreshments to follow.

7 Aug

Navigation Series: Safeguarding your research: an introduction to the regulatory environment in Australia

Wednesday 7 August, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

 

We are pleased to invite you to our next Navigation series session on Safeguarding your research: an introduction to the regulatory environment in Australia with Victoria Romaniuk, Strategic Adviser, Research Risk and Security, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research - Enterprise and Engagement).

 

You’ll leave the session with an improved understanding of national security legislation and how it impacts on specific roles; and, how to identify potential foreign interference and report incidents

28 Aug

Beyond the discharge door: supporting sustainable community reintegration

Wednesday 28 August, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

 

Hosted by the Kolling Priority Research Area, Neuroscience and Pain with Professor Ashley Craig and presenter Dr John Bourke .

 

Community reintegration is a key outcome of rehabilitation, however achieving successful community integration is a challenging, complex, and multifaceted process.

 

In this presentation, Johnny will draw on his research to highlight the complexity involved in successful community reintegration and discuss how addressing this complexity requires systems thinking and co-production research.

14 Nov

Kolling Research Symposium - Expressions of interest

Thursday 14 November, 9:00 am - 6:30 pm

 

Following on from the success of 2023, please save the date for another outstanding Kolling Symposium.

 

The event theme, Wellbeing | Building towards better health.  The program consists of poster presentations, guest speakers, team building activity, oral presentations, a great debate and networking opportunities.   Full program and further details to follow.  Registration opening soon. 

 

Expressions of Interest are now open for the opportunity to present your project at this event.    

Please register your interest by cob Friday 26 July | Register EOI - present your project

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