|Celebrate with the CORE Study
using the power of comedy to understand recovery and mental illness
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Date: 3 Nov 2014
Time: Doors open 6.30pm
Venue: Ian Potter Auditorium, Kenneth Myer Building, 30 Royal Pde, Parkville
|2014 Academic Centre Profile
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Short courses offered by
We are offering short courses that may be of interest to the primary care community. These provide an introduction to, and training in, various aspects of research and evaluation. Topics covered include introduction to research methods in primary care, primary care research ethics, quantitative and qualitative data collection, data management and analysis.
For more information go to www.gp.unimelb.edu.au/shortcourse/
|2014 Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme
Successful applicants for:
The scholarships could contribute towards completion of a single subject study via the Community Access Program (CAP) or Certifcate/Dipolma course offered by our departments.
|NEW Immunisation and Travel Health Subject
Are you interested in becoming an independent nurse immuniser?
We are now taking applications for the subject Immunisation and Travel Health. Immunisation and Travel Health provides comprehensive training in this specialist area and offers nurses invaluable insights into best practice. For more information
Congratulations to Prof Kesley Hegarty who received Second Prize for her video "Can family doctors help abused women: Lessons from the WEAVE project" entered in the inaugural Global Women's Institute's and Sexual Violence Research Initiative's 5-Minute GBV Science Fair.
A/Prof Meredith Temple-Smith interviewed for an article in The Australian on "Risky sex blamed on apathy and ignorance" (The Australian - 16 June 2014) A lack of knowledge about contraception and sexually transmissible infections, apathy toward sexual health matters and immaturity in decision-making is placing young men and their partners at greater risk of disease and unplanned parenthood. By Rachel Baxendale. Read more