Waranara and Monash Centre for Scholarship in Health Education (MCSHE) are continuing to collaborate to present the 2021 series of Health Professions Education Research Micro-Conferences.
Professor Alicia Jenkins will give an update on the recent advances in the prediction and prevention of Type 1 diabetes and its care, including results of the team’s research with Hybrid Closed Loop insulin pumps and of adjunct metformin therapy.
A regular (never cancelled) drop-in support group for health professions education researchers. Email email@example.com for further information.
A fortnight of learning and celebration of research impact and engagement at the Faculty of Medicine and Health. Each short session is specifically targeted to ensure you gain as much as possible with highly experienced presenters in a blend of masterclass, break-out rooms and inclusive of researchers early, mid, and senior.
Join our newest research flagship centres, Sydney Musculoskeletal Health (Sydney MSK), for an internal soft launch. Bringing together government, industry, policymakers, consumers and clinicians, Sydney MSK aims to discover new ways to prevent, manage and cure debilitating musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, and to promote healthy ageing and physical activity.
Hear from Faculty leadership about the most pressing issues. There will be an opportunity to ask questions towards the end of the session.
This event will provide important updates relevant to the Kolling Institute including; progress of the research strategy, implementation of the research plan, NSLHD clinical trial management system and new approaches to improve care for low back pain.
Chaired by Professor Tom Calma AO, this event on 17 and 18 November brings together an array of researchers, scholars and community collaborators to share experiences and findings from some of the great initiatives happening in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health research.
Three Port Jackson Fig trees will be removed from University Avenue on 30 October, as their condition poses a risk to public safety. They will be replaced with another three Port Jackson Fig trees.
Due to planned maintenance, the VPN will be unavailable 8–10am Sunday 31 October.
The ServiceNow annual upgrade is scheduled to start at 8pm Saturday 13 November and finish by 8am Monday 15 November. Please do not use the ServiceNow application or the Services Portal during this time.
For those who need to come to campus for approved activity, zero-cost temporary COVID-19 parking permits will continue to be available until 1 December.
We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.