Resources

These seminars are useful resources for research and showcase research conducted by our visiting academics.

Visiting academic seminars

A visiting academic seminar by Professor Caroline Davis, York University and The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada.

"Arguments for an 'Addiction Approach' to treating compulsive overeating: Quantitative and qualitative evidence

A visiting academic seminar by Associate Professor Matthew Buman, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion, Arizona State University.

"Smartphones and Wearables: Assessment and intervention to improve health across the 24 hours"

A visiting academic seminar by Mike Schrieber, Social Cognition Centre, University of Cologne.

"Eye Tracking: Theoretical Background"

A visiting academic seminar by Professor Nancy Edwards, School of Nursing, University of Ottowa.

"Does the built environment support injury-free physical activity.  Bringing stairs and seniors into focus"

Please note - speech begins at 2:45 minutes into the seminar

A visiting academic seminar by Professor David Dunstan, Laboratory Head, Physical Activity, Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research, Australian Catholic University.

"Physical Activity and Chronic Disease: Should a 'whole of day' approach be the focus in today's sitting-centric society?"

A visiting academic seminar by Professor Tim Olds, School of Health Sciences, University of Southern Australia

"Time-use epidemiology: How to build your best day"

  Research resource seminars

A research resource seminar by Professor Clare Collins, Director of Research, School of Health Sciences, The University of Newcastle.

"Working with the Media to Enhance your Research Impact"

In this workshop Prof Collins shares her media experience and provides advice on how to promote your research. She provides tips on how to prepare for and excel when you engage with the media including how to prepare for interviews for radio, print and TV.

Working with the media to enhance your research impact seminar

A research resource seminar by Professor Clare Collins, Director of Research, School of Health Sciences, The University of Newcastle.

Please note the seminar does not begin until 5:00 minutes into this video:

A research resource seminar by Associate Professor Jed Duff, School of Nursing and Midwifery, The University of Newcastle.

"Implementation Science 1001"

Implementation Science Power Point Slides (PDF, 2MB)