The Community of Interest Webinar Series aims to create connections between clinician scientists (of all disciplines), academic health researchers and clinicians who are interested in research (but not sure where to start).
Each session will include a brief presentation of two research projects associated with a particular research area and a facilitated open discussion about future projects, collaborations and national developments. Each session will be shaped for relevance across the whole of TAAHC and for people with a variety of research experience.
Webinars will be on topics related to one of the four TAAHC research themes. This will enable participants to form new research collaborations that may facilitate applications for TAAHC research funding.
Reflecting the intersecting nature of the TAAHC research themes, each webinar will focus on a particular 'craft group' based on a selected population group (e.g. older persons) or disease (e.g. vascular disease). Participants are welcome to attend all webinars or pick or choose according to your interests.
Registrations for the 2021 Communities of Interest webinars will be available soon.
Upcoming Webinars - registration available soon
27 January 2021 5pm-6pm AEST
Better health through research: How a research degree can improve your practice and career.
25 November 2020 5pm - 6pm AEST
Professor Emma McBryde, Australian Institute of Health and Medicine, James Cook University. "Possible vaccine strategies to prevent COVID-19 in northern Australia"
Dr Josh Hanson, Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. "Double trouble: Bacterial co-infection in adults hospitalised with malaria"
28 October 2020 5pm-6pm AEST
Associate Professor Yoga Kandasamy, Townsville Hospital and Health Service. The association between prematurity and chronic kidney disease.
Ms Michelle Rothwell, Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. Responses to Rheumatic Heart Disease in Far North Queensland.
30 September 2020 5pm AEST
Rural and Remote Health Care Provision
Professor Sabe Sabesan, Townsville Hospital and Health Service/James Cook University. Developing, implementing and evaluating tele-chemotherapy models in NQ.
Professor Sarah Larkins and Ms Karen Johnston, James Cook University. National Evaluation of Remote Radiology Assessment Model for BreastScreen Australia - what can we learn about implementation of new models of care.
Wednesday 26 August 2020 5pm AEST
Vascular and Renal Disease
- Professor Jon Golledge, Townsville HOspital and Health Service/James Cook University and Dr Joe Moxon, James Cook University. The MAGIC trial - Metformin in the Prevention of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
- Dr Andrea Miller, Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service. New models of renal care in the Western Cape.
Wednesday 29 July 2020 5pm AEST
- Professor Eddy Strivens, Clinical Director, Older Persons Health Services, Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. Healthy Ageing and Dementia Research in the Torres Strait
- Dr Denise Craig, Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. End of life care arrangements.
NB: If you would like to join the ongoing discussions from these sessions please contact [email protected] to be added to the Microsoft Team.