Health Professionals Research Education Program Session #3
Improving the Appropriateness and benefit of research for Aboriginal People.
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 third of four health specific information sessions is focused on Improving the Appropriateness and benefit of research for Aboriginal People.
This session is designed to build knowledge and capacity of health professionals conducting research, to enhance and improve the cultural appropriateness and benefit for Aboriginal people and communities.
You will hear from a range of speakers experienced in working with Aboriginal people and learn practical tips about how to conduct research that is appropriate and beneficial for Aboriginal people.
Who: UON Researchers and HNELHD Clinician Researchers, Clinicians and Managers
When: 12.15 – 2.00pm Friday 31 August 2018 [light lunch available from 12.15 – 12.30pm]
Where: John Hunter Hospital – Level 2 Large Lecture Theatre  adjacent to the Library
- Aunty June Rose, Awabakal Elder
- Professor John Wiggers, Director, Health Research and Translation, HNE
- Sharyn Tyter, Senior Program Manager Aboriginal, Chronic Care, Aboriginal Health Unit HNE
- Matt Crawford, HNE Clinical Nurse Consultant, Integrated Chronic Care for Aboriginal People
- Hannah Briggs, HNE Aboriginal Health Worker, Integrated Chronic Care for Aboriginal People
- Melanie Kingsland, Program Manager/Postdoctoral Researcher, HNE Population Health/UON
- Belinda Tully, Aboriginal Population Health Trainee/HNE Population Health
UON Researchers register now via Discover.
Hunter New England Local Health District staff can register via email to HNELHD-RSDO@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
Open to all UON Researchers and Hunter New England Local Health District Clinician Researchers, Clinicians and Managers.