Health Professionals Research Education program
Friday, 16 March 2018, 12:00 pm — Friday, 16 March 2018, 01:30 pm
|Location||John Hunter Hospital - Level 2 Small Lecture Theatre in external building outside of the JHH Library.|
Session #01: NSW Health Translational Research Grant Scheme [TRGS]
The University of Newcastle [via Research Advantage] in collaboration with Hunter New England Local Health District will deliver the Health Professionals Research Education Program
A series of presentations/seminars have been developed to run from March to November in 2018 - providing information and practical advice for our Clinician Researchers, Clinicians and Managers.
The first of four health specific information sessions, with the first focussing on the NSW Health Translational Research Grant Scheme (TRGS)
Who: UON Researchers and HNELHD Clinician Researchers, Clinicians and Managers
When: 12noon – 1.30pm Friday 16 March 2018 [light refreshments available]
Where: John Hunter Hospital - Level 2 Small Lecture Theatre in external building outside of the JHH Library.
- Doctor Tony Penna, Director, Office Medical Health Research, NSW Health [Overview of the Translational Research Program]
- Professor John Wiggers, Director, Clinical Research and Translation, HNELHD [HNE Interpretation – What a good application looks like]
- Other Presentations on the day will cover:
- Indigenous Cultural Considerations
- Case study from a Clinical Researcher
UON Researchers register now via Discover.
Hunter New England Local Health District staff can register via email to HNELHD-RSDO@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
Face to face attendance is preferred
Videoconferencing (V/C) is available at the following sites. If you would like to V/C from another site please emailHNELHD-RSDO@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au for this to be arranged.
Tamworth - ASB (Acute Services Building) Meeting Room 3
Maitland - HSU (Health Services Unit/Union) Meeting Room
Armidale CH - Conference Room 1
Manning Hospital - Population Health Meeting