Past events

Find information about past events.

14
Nov
2017

Alzheimer’s Disease: Addressing a Twenty- First Century Plague »

5.30pm 14 November 2017

JCSMR Director's Health through Discovery Public Lecture Series

30
Oct
2017

Defining, measuring and improving health literacy in populations »

11am 30 October 2017

Professor Nutbeam shares his time as a Professor of Public Health at the University of Sydney, and a Senior Advisor at the Sax Institute, an independent, not for profit organisation dedicated to knowledge transfer for better public policy.

05
Oct
2017

Research project information session for Honours, Masters and PhB students »

12pm 5 October 2017

Students interested in undertaking population health projects are invited to come along to this session to hear about available research projects, listen to current students present their work, speak with program convenors and meet potential supervisors.

04
Oct
2017

Driving and Health - What you need to know »

10am 4 October 2017

Driving is important to all Canberra, young and not so young. Come and learn about the latest research on our health and driving. We have brought together eminent researchers and practical health professionals to help us continue to drive safely.

12
Sep
2017

Mental Health Symposium ACT: Translating research into new practice »

9.15am 12 September 2017

Mental Health Community Coalition (MHCC) ACT is hosting a Mental Health Symposium ACT: 'Translating research into new practice'.

09
Aug
2017

Seminar Series 1: Systems thinking approach to mental health planning »

9am 9 August 2017

The first two seminars in this inaugural CMHR Seminar Series are designed to provide participants with knowledge and skills in a systems thinking approach to mental health planning.

02
Aug
2017

Seminar presentation. Targeting the pre-suicidal syndrome: a new approach to an old phenomenon »

12.30pm 2 August 2017

In this presentation, the content, frequency, and intensity of vivid intrusive suicidal imagery will be discussed, as well as the use of EMDR to reduce these aspects of suicidal thoughts.

25
Jul
2017

Taxonomies in Health Care. Relevance, development and implementation. »

25 July 2017

Taxonomies are playing an increasing role in health systems research. This presentation will describe the methods for taxonomy development, the implementation, and impact of taxonomies based on the example of case management in brain injury.

26
Jun
2017

CONSORTing with Scoundrels? The perils of trials by checklist »

12pm 26 June 2017

This talk is a sampler—a personal, incomplete and undoubtedly idiosyncratic one—of issues that are germane to the current conduct of trials, with particular focus on those conducted outside the realm of pharmaceutical regulation agencies, i.e., psychotherapeutic, behavioural and public health interventions.

22
May
2017

Smart tech in the prevention of substance use and mental disorders in young Australians? »

12pm 22 May 2017

Professor Maree Teesson is Director of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS), an NHMRC Principal Research Fellow at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) and most recently an Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Fellow.

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