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31
Aug
2017

The Great Debate 2017 - Are observational studies obselete?

31 Aug 2017 -31 Aug 2017
University of Technology Sydney, Building 5, Block B, Room 14, 1 Quay Stree, Haymarket NSW 2000, UTS room code: CB05B.01.014

Find out at the PHAA/AEA great debate at University of Technology Sydney on 31st August when experts in cancer, genetics, epidemiology, infection and prevention go head to head to argue whether observational studies are obsolete.

 

31
Aug
2017

How to show your impact using surveys

31 Aug 2017 -31 Aug 2017
City West Lotteries House Conference Room, 2 Delhi Street West Perth, WA 6005

Are you looking for a way to measure your impact and evaluate your program? Do you need to identify the needs of your target group? This FREE half-day workshop will give you the skills you need to design and administer a survey.

The workshop will take you through the survey process from beginning to end, including how to report the results of your survey. Real world examples will be used to illustrate workshop content. This workshop is presented by leading evaluation consultant, Dr Stacey Waters, who has extensive government and private sector experience designing and implementing program interventions and evaluations, including surveys.

To register for the FREE event, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/how-to-show-your-impact-using-surveys-tickets-35777641890

06
Sep
2017

Sexually Transmitted Infections and Blood-borne Viruses Quarterly Forum

06 Sep 2017 -06 Sep 2017
Venue Lecture Theatre Grace Vaughan House 227 Stubbs Terrace Shenton Park WA 6008

Theme: “Moving closer to NOhep 2030”

The agenda is available at:
http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Corporate/Articles/S_T/STI-and-BBV-quarterly-forums

 

RSVP is not required. Morning tea will be provided.

Video conferencing is available to remote and regional sites. For more information contact Samuel Gibbings or visit:
http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Corporate/Articles/S_T/STI-and-BBV-quarterly-forums

 

06
Sep
2017

Event/information title Sexually Transmitted Infections and Blood-borne Viruses Quarterly Forum

06 Sep 2017 -06 Sep 2017
Lecture Theatre Grace Vaughan House, 227 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park WA 6008

Theme: “Moving closer to NOhep 2030”

The agenda is available at:
http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Corporate/Articles/S_T/STI-and-BBV-quarterly-forums

 

RSVP is not required. Morning tea will be provided.

Video conferencing is available to remote and regional sites. For more information contact Samuel Gibbings or visit:
http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Corporate/Articles/S_T/STI-and-BBV-quarterly-forums

 

07
Sep
2017

Older Adult Injuries: The Incidence and Cost of Injury in WA

07 Sep 2017 -07 Sep 2017
Grace Vaughan House Lecture Theatre, 227 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park, WA 6008

Please join us for the latest in our series of seminars detailing components of the Department of Health’s report, Incidence and Costs of Injury in Western Australia 2012. This briefing will provide an expert analysis of the impact of injuries sustained by older adults in WA, including health sector costs, long-term care costs, loss of paid productivity and loss of quality of life.

Keynote presentations will be delivered from the perspectives of research, policy and practice, with a focus on how the data can be understood and applied to inform policy and program development, and strategies available to work with older adults. The briefing will also be available via video conference.

To register: https://knowinjury.org.au/events-and-training/know-injury/

11
Sep
2017

Nulungu Research Institute The University of Notre Dame Australia: Introduction to Aboriginal Research Methodology for Aboriginal People

11 Sep 2017 - 13 Sep 2017
Workshop Venue NDB11 Behind the Screen Teaching Space The University of Notre Dame Australia 88 Guy Street, Broome WA 6725 Behind the Screen (NDB11)

Target Audience
The workshop will target Aboriginal people either looking for training or currently working in the Kimberley region and interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal research methodologies. The pitch is targeted at the Allied Aboriginal Health Assistant Level.

11
Sep
2017

Integrated Care: Healthy Child to Healthy Ageing

11 Sep 2017 - 12 Sep 2017

13th Annual ADMA Conference & 21st Chronic Diseases Network NT Conference


Monday 11th of September – Tuesday 12th of September 2017
Darwin Convention Centre
Post-Conference Workshop: Wednesday 13th of September

Themes will include Aboriginal health, care coordination, child health, early childhood development, integrated care, maternal health, health care homes, health workforce, healthy adults & healthy nation, NDIS, palliative and end of life care, place-based initiatives, population health, primary health, digital and technology-assisted practice.

13
Sep
2017

Victorian Homelessness Conference

13 Sep 2017 - 14 Sep 2017
Melbourne Town Hall, 90–130 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC

The conference is targeted to a cross-section of homelessness services, private and philanthropic sector representatives and academics, government and allied health and welfare professions to discuss future directions for Victoria’s response to homelessness.

14
Sep
2017

Integrated Care and Population Health Technology to Improve Health

14 Sep 2017 -14 Sep 2017
AMREP Lecture Theatre, The Alfred Hospital, Commercial Road, Melbourne

Join us for a presentation by Dr William Feaster, Chief Health Information Officer (CHIO), Children's Hospital Orange County, USA; Clinical Professor, Anesthesia and Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

09
Oct
2017

Nulungu Research Institute The University of Notre Dame Australia: Introduction to Aboriginal Research Methodology for Aboriginal People

09 Oct 2017 - 11 Oct 2017
Workshop Venue NDB11 Behind the Screen Teaching Space The University of Notre Dame Australia 88 Guy Street, Broome WA 6725 Behind the Screen (NDB11)

Target Audience
The workshop will target Aboriginal people either looking for training or currently working in the Kimberley region and interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal research methodologies. The pitch is targeted at the Allied Aboriginal Health Assistant Level.

Aim
The program acknowledges Aboriginal people have a wealth of lived experiences and collective wisdom. These life learning experiences will be explored and promoted as a critical part of sharing stories of Aboriginal peoples’ lived experiences. The program aims to give participants an insight into how research can be undertaken in empathetic, respectful, and ethically correct manner from an Aboriginal perspective.

04
Dec
2017

Stop Domestic Violence Conference Australia

04 Dec 2017 - 06 Dec 2017
Rydges Melbourne (CBD)

Date: 4 - 6 December 2017

Venue: Rydges Melbourne (CBD)

Early Bird Close: Monday 23 October 2017

Abstracts Close: Monday 14 August 2017

Conference Website: click here

12
Apr
2018

No More Harm National Conference

12 Apr 2018 - 13 Apr 2018
Pullman Melbourne on the Park – Victoria

Harm is physical or psychological damage or injury; something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable, reputable or successful, etc.

Behaviours and attitudes that are harmful to others in the workplace, school yard, social situation, interpersonal relationship or sporting activity will be discussed with a solution based approach. Harm intervention and behaviour change will be examined at the conference which is in its’ 6th year.

This conference is an ideal platform to exchange ideas and learn more from other professionals, researchers and practitioners that work with individuals, groups and organisations with bullying, harassing or discriminating behaviour challenges and outcomes.

Visit the conference website 

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