NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre: Health Economics Webinar Series

A seminar series covering trending topics in health economics brought to you by the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, Health Economics Team.

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Research Guide – Giving Presentations and Lectures

It is a normal and expected skill for a surgeon or clinician to be able to give an extended presentation at a conference or seminar. While presenters usually take considerable care to prepare their talk, it is a common experience that many conference presentations are hard to understand and lack clarity. Thus, a talk that …

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NSAHSC Kolling Institute webinar – Fast Track Impact

NSAHSC and the Kolling Institute will be hosting the renowned Fast Track Your Research Impact course with Professor Mark Reed  from Newcastle University, UK. This will be a 3-hour webinar giving in-depth guidance on everything you need to generate and fund real-world impacts from your research. The training is based on the latest research evidence and takes a unique …

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Research Officer Profile: Dr Julian Quinn

I am the SERT Institute Research Officer. My role is to provide support for research projects undertaken in the surgical departments at the Royal North Shore Hospital. In that role, I assist with study design, human research ethics applications, funding applications, statistical advice and the editing of manuscripts. An important part of my job is …

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The Tumour Bank section on the Kolling Institute website is now live!

The Kolling Institute Tumour Bank has developed a large and valuable resource to assist research and improve health outcomes. The team manages human biospecimens for a broad range of cancer research. The tumour bank is a joint venture between the University of Sydney and the Royal North Shore Hospital, Northern Sydney Local Health District. For more information contact …

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SERT Academic Leads Meeting – Thank you

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for attending a very successful Academics Leads meeting on Monday 26 October. Not only did we have a record attendance and positive feedback on the night, we have continued to receive positive comments from surgeons that attended in person and via Skype on the days that …

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