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Grand Rounds Schedule: March 2014
Specialist Certificate in Rural Paediatric Practice.
Developed by The University of Melbourne and the Rural Health Academic Centre,
in collaboration with Echuca Regional Health and the Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne).
The Specialist Certificate in Rural Paediatric Practice is an academic and clinical education Masters level training program. It provides an opportunity for the health professional to develop a comprehensive knowledge and skills base to facilitate generalist or paediatric practice for rural health professionals working in rural or remote areas.
The Specialist Certificate will be run year-long. Please click here to download flyer.
For further information about the course, including scholarship opportunities, please visit www.commercial.unimelb.edu.au/ruralpaediatricpractice
The GRHANITE Health Informatics Unit presents:
a joint symposium between
BioGrid Australia and the Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre (HABiC)
on 27-28 March 2014
held at The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Parkville Campus.
Recently established by The University of Melbourne. The International Symposium on Clinical and Translational Research Informatics will bring together researchers utilising BioGrid to conduct clinical and translational research, as well as national and international experts in the field of Health and Biomedical Informatics.
Some of the guest speakers are:
· Professor Ted Shortliffe (US)
· Professor Vimla Patel (US)
· A/Professor Paul Harris (US)
· Dr Peter Murray (UK)
· Professor Jose Luis Oliveira (Portugal)
Please click here to download a copy of the final program for your information.
Registration is free but spaces are limited and will operate on a first registered-first confirmed basis.
RESEARCH SKILLS WORKSHOP PROGRAM 2014:
Designing a Quantitative Research Project
held at the Rural Health Academic Centre
Tuesday April 1st 2014 1pm to 4pm
Presenter: Associate Professor Julie Pallant
This session provides an overview of quantitative research techniques and is designed for people with little or no research experience.
Topics include an introduction to the principles underlying quantitative research, survey and questionnaire design, and design of intervention studies, including randomized control trials.
Minimum numbers are required so early registration for these workshops is essential.
To register, please contact Anne Marmo email@example.com PH 03 58234500
Light refreshments will be provided. Click here to download flyer