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Addressing knowledge gaps, identifying research quality, and the creation of a well-defined methodological quality assessment tool called the MASTER scale
Developing an evidenced-based theoretical framework that supports policy to promote women in leadership and decision making in the PNG health sector
Learn how the PHXchange is working to to embed capabilities for engagement, opportunities for impactful research, and research translation.
Tips on writing qualitative research grant applications for quantitative researchers in population health.
Join the Asian Development Bank, Australian National University, National University of Singapore and University of Hong Kong for a free webinar on the topic.
Three short seminars on COVID-19 surveillance in VIC, COVID-19 & cruise ship impacts in S.A., trends in the epidemiology of infectious syphilis in Melbourne.
In “Pathways to Population Health” participants will hear from experts and students on how to pursue a fulfilling career in public health and epidemiology.
Conversations Across the Creek is an initiative of the Humanities Research Centre and the Research School of Chemistry.
Three short seminars from PhD and MAE students.
Panel discussion on the lessons learned following the retraction of Lancet and NEMJ articles and the implication for research practices.
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