Tuesday 7 February, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Oral Health Research Connect (OHRC) series, organised by the Sydney Dental School, aims to foster a culture of research across the school, it’s partner Local Health Districts and other oral health stakeholders.
The OHRC will achieve this through engagement and collaboration in a respectful, safe, constructive and positive discussion. It will be a research capacity and capability development opportunity for students, academics and clinicians. It will serve as a nexus for idea generation and research translation.
7 - 9 February 2023
Digital Health Week is back in 2023!
We are excited to announce the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the Tyree Foundation Institute for Health Engineering (Tyree IHealthE) will be joining the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne in bringing you this collaborative event. This year’s theme will focus on exploring several concepts centred around hope for a better future. Abstracts are invited from researchers in the field of digital health and beyond, across a range of topics.
16 February 2023, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Come expand your network and meet other researchers, clinicians and educators, from a range of backgrounds and affiliations, who are interested in studying pain and enhancing patient outcomes. This is an opportunity to exchange ideas and foster informal interdisciplinary dialogue with colleagues about the diversity of pain research being undertaken in NSW.
The Sydney Pain Consortium is looking forward to seeing you!
Dr Olesya Khromeychuk discusses the reasons why we may have overestimated Russia's might and underestimated Ukrainian resilience following its invasion in February 2022.
This three–day retreat will help you make inroads on your writing project, and will include structured writing time, informal discussions and debriefing sessions, and plenty of good food and coffee.
This lecture examines the reaction to recent decisions of the courts of the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Australia in controversial matters from the governments of the day and politicians.
LGBTIQ+ staff and allies are invited to participate in the 2023 AWEI workplace equality survey, a national benchmarking survey to assess the inclusive work we do for staff of diverse sexualities and genders.
Colleagues who work in student-facing roles are reminded to take part in a Student Mental Wellbeing Strategy study to help the University better understand their needs and experiences in relation to supporting students’ mental wellbeing, and help co-design the development of a new toolkit.
Following vendor maintenance on the Adobe suite of products, scheduled between 29 January and 6 February, you’ll be required to sign-in anew to Adobe Creative Cloud to access any Adobe product.
We recognise and pay respect to the Elders and communities – past, present, and emerging – of the lands that the University of Sydney's campuses stand on. For thousands of years they have shared and exchanged knowledges across innumerable generations for the benefit of all.