Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCall for abstracts for the 2019 Defence Human Science Symposium

Defence Human Science Symposium 2019

The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group is holding a Defence Human Science Symposium in November.

Call for abstracts for the symposium are now open and will close on 2 September 2019.

The theme for this year's symposium is "Human Sciences Impact for the Warfighter". Defence is dependent on government departments like DST, private sector organisations and universities to conduct research and development activities that ultimately affect the way that that Defence fulfils its roles and missions. Having an impact in tomorrow's complex Defence environment will be a key challenge for human sciences because of the complex nature of modern operations.

The DHSS Organising Committee is aiming for a diverse program. Abstract submissions are invited for presentations in a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, the following:

Defence focused themes

  • Future technologies (including Biotechnology)
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Resilience
  • Support to operations
  • Trusted Autonomous Systems

Human Performance themes

  • Anthropometry
  • Cognitive enhancement and augmentation
  • Cognitive performance: From Perception to Decision Making
  • Food and nutrition
  • Physical augmentation (assistive technologies)
  • Physiology

Human Systems Analysis themes

  • Ergonomics and Human Systems Engineering
  • Human Systems Integration
  • Training and Education

Human Sciences in National Security themes

  • Cyber security
  • Evaluation of software tools and techniques
  • Mathematical and statistical modelling of social processes
  • Social and cultural analysis of groups
  • Social media exploitation

Methodologies themes

  • Ethics
  • Measurements and Metrics
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Multidisciplinary Research
  • Tools and Techniques

Organisational Effectiveness themes

  • Health and Safety
  • Organisational Culture
  • Personnel Selection and Retention

 

 The above topics are indicative rather than all-inclusive. All submissions that directly relate to delivering human sciences impact for the warfighter will be considered.

Further details and lodgement details can be found at the DST Group website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Xplore ecosystem workshops at Flinders

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Flinders University Library is hosting IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), to deliver two workshops on IEEE Xplore.

The IEEE Xplore digital library is a powerful resource for discovery and access to scientific and technical content published by the IEEE and its publishing partners. The two workshops will be of great value to Flinders researchers, staff, students and academics looking to hone their research and publishing skills.

The workshops will be held in the Science Innovation Learning Centre (SILC) on Wednesday 31 July 2019. A morning tea available between the two workshops.

Workshop One: Using the IEEE Xplore ecosystem for Research, Systematic Reviews, Data & Code Management - register at ienrol - research.

Workshop Two: Using the IEEE Xplore ecosystem for Publication, Open Access and Metrics  - register at ienrol - research.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 11 July to 25 July 2019

Proactively Supporting our Research

ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


Drop-In Sessions: ARC grants, Wednesday 17 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday 17 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Social and Behavioural Research Ethics, Friday 19 July 2019

Keeping up to date HDR/early-career researchers - current methodology for setting up and managing alerts and digital notifications, Monday 22 July 2019

Systematic review series: Part 1 - Methodology Part 2 - Literature searching Part 3 - Managing citations & PRISMA report, Tuesday 23 July 2019

Keeping up to date mid-career & established researchers - current methodology for setting up and managing alerts and digital notificationsTuesday 23 July 2019

Business writing, communication and reporting for government & industryTuesday 23 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Industry, Government, International & Internal grantsTuesday 23 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 23 July 2019

Copyright: Publishing agreements and author rightsWednesday 24 July 2019

A systematic approach to literature searching (non-health)Wednesday 24 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday 24 July 2019

 

Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsAustralian Consortium for Social and Political Research Sydney Spring Program

ACSPRI

The Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Inc (ACSPRI) have now opened enrolments for their Sydney Spring Program.

ACSPRI will be offering one week of courses at Macquarie University from 23-27 September 2019.

The early bird deadline for enrolments is 14 August 2019, so be sure to enrol early to take advantage of the discount. Flinders University is a member organisation of ACSPRI.

Attending an ACSPRI course includes the opportunity to network with other researchers from a variety of fields across Australia.

All courses are small group and intensive, and run from 9 am to 5 pm for the week (with breaks throughout and an early finish on Friday).  Morning and afternoon tea and lunch breaks provide ample opportunity to share and exchange ideas with other researchers.

Courses for the Spring Program are:

  • Fundamentals of Statistics
  • Introduction to Qualitative Research
  • Applied Statistical Procedures
  • Data Analysis Using Stata
  • Qualitative Research: Design, Analysis and Representation
  • Advanced Statistical Analysis Using R
  • Applied Structural Equation Modelling

Visit the ACSPRI website for more details and to enrol.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCall for abstracts for the 19th Australian Space Research Conference

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Invitations are now open for the submission of abstracts for the 19th Australian Space Research Conference (ASRC).

To be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 30 September to 2 October 2019, this will be the thirteenth ASRC jointly sponsored and organised by the National Committee for Space and Radio Science (NCSRS) and the National Space Society of Australia (NSSA), with the support of the Mars Society of Australia (MSA).

The 2019 conference will be held in conjunction with the South Australia Space Forum, convened by the South Australian Space Industry Centre. This is a major new initiative that shows the increasing importance of space research in space industry and vice versa.  

The ASRC is intended to be the primary annual meeting for Australian researchers in space science, technology, and industry. It welcomes space scientists, engineers, educators, and workers in industry, government and NGOs. 

The scope of the conference covers both fundamental and applied research related to space science, engineering and technologies, including the following:

  • Space science, including space and atmospheric physics, Earth observation and remote sensing from/of space, planetary sciences, astrobiology and life sciences, and space-based astronomy and astrophysics.
  • Space engineering and technology, including communications, navigation, space operations, propulsion, and spacecraft design, testing, and implementation.
  • Space industry
  • Space archaeology and indigenous sky knowledge (or archeo-astronomy)
  • Space situational awareness (SSA) and space weather
  • Current and future Australian space projects
  • Government, international relations and law
  • Education and outreach
  • Gender equity and diversity

There will be a number of special sessions not on specific research areas including,

  1. the national context, as seen by key Government entities, the Academy of Science, industry groups, Centres, and others, including connections to national strategic roadmaps for research infrastructure,
  2. development of the 2020 – 2030 Strategic Plan for Australian Space Science,
  3. a gender equity and diversity session, and
  4. a space entrepreneurs’ business pitch competition ("the ASRC goldfish tank").

The closing date for abstract submissions is 26 July 2019.

For the abstract submission and paper guidelines please visit the conference website.

The conference registration portal will be opening shortly and delegate rates are on the conference website (with early-bird rates available until the beginning of September).

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsGlobal Alliance Conference on Post-Traumatic Stress 2019

Global Alliance Conference on Post-Traumatic Stress 2019

The Global Alliance Conference on Post-Traumatic Stress 2019 aims to showcase the latest research, effective models of care for trauma, the power of collaboration and future directions for wellbeing for veterans, first responders and their families.

Over three days, participants will hear from a range of experts including trauma therapists and a number of global thought leaders on research, treatment and multidisciplinary models of care.

The conference, to be held on 6-8 November 2019 at the Adelaide Oval, is aimed at leading researchers, clinicians, policy makers in Defence and Veterans Affairs and Mental Health, service providers and lived experience participants. 

World-leading experts will present their latest research, including Associate Professor Heidi Cramm, CIMVHR, School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University, Canada, and Scholar in Residence (Family) at the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research & Treatment, and Professor Nicola Fear, Department of Military Mental Health, King’s College London.

Flinders' Professor Sharon Lawn will be presenting on 'Family involvement in post-traumatic growth: missed opportunities from living vicariously with PTSD' at the conference.

For further information, including registration, the conference program and speakers, visit the conference website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 27 June to 11 July 2019

Proactively Supporting our Research

ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


Publishing with impact - online tools to maximise the impact of your research outputsFriday 28 June 2019

Online academic profile management - ORCiD, Google Scholar and moreFriday 28 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 2 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday 3 July 2019

ResearchNow Training for College of Science and Engineering ResearchersWednesday 3 July 2019

ResearchNow Training for College of Science and Engineering ResearchersThursday 4 July 2019

ResearchNow Training for College of Science and Engineering ResearchersMonday 8 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Industry, Government, International & Internal grantsTuesday 9 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 9 July 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday 10 July 2019

 

Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Seminars Conferences and Workshops2019 Frontline Mental Health Conference

2019 Frontline Mental Health Conference

Discover the latest mental health research, insight and techniques for the support, treatment and recovery for Australia and New Zealand’s first responders at the 2019 Frontline Mental Health Conference.

This premiere Conference is shining a spotlight on the mental health of first responders, emergency services workers and defence force personnel, with expert insight from a line-up of mental health professionals.

The Conference will be held at The Ville, Townsville from 20 - 22 October 2019.

Find out more at https://www.frontlinementalhealth.com.au/ or register at https://astmanagement.eventsair.com/frontline-mental-health-conference/begin-registration/Site/Register.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsHealthy People in a Healthy Environment

Healthy People in a Healthy environment

The Australian Committee for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (ACIUCN) is inviting EMCRs to register to attend the Healthy People in a Healthy Environment 2019 symposium.

The event will focus on the critical links between human health, social and cultural wellbeing, and the environment. It will provide an opportunity to help focus Australia’s thinking on these important issues and on how to raise awareness and conserve the many benefits that a healthy environment provides, for people and nature.

Established in 2011, ACIUCN’s Science Informing Policy Symposium is a high-level, two-day event held in partnership with members and other organisations that engages leading experts on national conservation priorities to help inform key environmental policy.

Date: 17–18 September 2019

Location: Queensland Museum and Science Centre, South Brisbane, QLD

To register, visit the eventbrite page.

Sessions will include:

  • The link between nature and human health and wellbeing.
  • The importance of spiritual and cultural connection to place.
  • How nature can support vulnerable communities.
  • Case studies on the effective actions, benefits and barriers to connecting people with nature.
  • Building support for nature.
  • Ensuring a healthy planet for healthy people – policy challenges and opportunities.
  • Distilling the social and cultural benefits of nature into policy and practice workshop.

The keynote speakers are Professor Kerry Arabena, Managing Director Karabena Consulting Trust and Weyarn Pty Ltd and Executive Director of First 1000 Days Australia, and Dr Bruce Bolam, Chief Preventive Health Officer, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCollaborative Research Fund briefing session

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The Defence Innovation Partnership is hosting a briefing session on their Collaborative Research Fund process at Flinders in the City.

The next round of funding is scheduled to open mid July 2019. This brief will answer everything directly relating to the application process, questions, criteria and will showcase a number of our previously funded projects.

Where: Flinders in the City, Victoria Square, Level 1, Meeting Room 1

When: Thursday 4 July

Time: 10:30am (morning tea to follow)

Register your interest at Eventbrite.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCalling all HDR Supervisors! Sign up to Judge the Flinders 3 Minute Thesis competition

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The Office of Graduate Research is seeking judges for the 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Heats or Semi-Final to be held at Flinders (see dates below).

The 3MT is a transnational competition for University students. PhD students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic and its significance, in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.

It is not an exercise in trivialising or 'dumbing-down' research. The oration should engage the audience without reducing research to entertainment value alone. It is an exercise in developing academic and research communication skills.

Heats: 

Wednesday 3 July, 10am – 12pm

Thursday 4 July, 2pm – 4pm

Friday 5 July, 10am – 12pm 

Semi-Final: 

Thursday 15 August, 1pm – 3pm   

In the 3MT competition, competitors progress through heats, the semi-final, the University final, and then the Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition, held in Brisbane, Australia in October 2019, each with prize money attached to it. 

Flinders University students and staff, and members of the public are encouraged to attend the heats, semi-finals and final and support our students and their ground-breaking research.

For further information, contact Dr Dani Milos or visit the Office of Graduate Research website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsConvergence Series session - Building Resilient Systems

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Defence Innovation Partnership (DIP) is hosting its second Convergence Series session on 25 June at 5.30pm at the Historian, Coromandel Place, themed "Building Resilient Systems" - What does resilience look like, and how can we build systems that are able to avoid, withstand, recover from, adapt to, and evolve through adversity?

The DIP team warmly welcomes attendance by experts in health and wellbeing, counter terrorism, disaster recovery, cyber security, environmental protection, climate change, occupational health and safety, management and organisational science, engineering, design, architecture, and urban planning.

This Convergence Series session will kickstart conversations about resilience as an enabler for prosperity and productivity. A panel and an audience of experts from diverse fields will discuss the latest developments and thinking on how to enable, encourage, and design resilient individual, organisational, national, and global systems – in particular, where they have defence and national security implications.

Tangible outcomes from this session will include new professional connections across the research sector, industry and government; and conversations which could lead to the formation of multidisciplinary teams for our Collaborative Research Fund or other funding schemes such as the Next Generation Technologies Fund.

To register for the session, visit the Defence Innovation Partnership website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsBLiSS 2019 Adelaide - a unique one-day symposium for EMCRs by EMCRs

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Are you an Early-Career or Mid-Career Researcher (EMCR)? Do you want to collaborate outside of your immediate field of research, and think, "OK, where do I start?" The "BLiSS" one-day symposium has been created to facilitate local multi-disciplinary collaborations.

Hosted at the Sanctuary, Adelaide Zoo on Friday 4 October 2019, BLiSS is an experience unlike your typical conference and has been designed by EMCRs for EMCRs, right here in South Australia. EMCRs are put front and centre and through a unique presentation format, focusing on 'big picture' ideas, with the aim to encourage EMCRs to discuss and share ideas freely. Registration is free, but places are limited so get in early!

Abstracts and registrations are now open on the BLiSS website for South Australian ECRs (<5 years after PhD award) and MCRs (5 to 10 years after PhD award). Abstract submission closes 15 July 2019 and registration closes 13 September 2019.

Join BLiSS to tackle the 2019 themes:

  • Fundamentals in Life
  • Sustainable Earth
  • Innovative Futures
  • Pathways to Innovation Translation

BLiSS focuses mainly on Life Sciences research and techniques. 

All the costs are covered thanks to the generosity of BLiSS' sponsors who will be present at the symposium. You will have the chance to chat with sponsors who are your partners in research and can be vital for your work.

At BLiSS*Adelaide you will: 

  • Connect with EMCRs
  • Find out what the "person next door" does,
  • Get the opportunity to ask facility managers about the feasibility and cost of your best scientific ideas outside your technical scope, and
  • Have your say in vibrant discussions about the big challenges of our time.

Our EMCRs have amazing expertise, knowledge and terrific ideas. We want to hear them!

For more information, contact Flinders' Dr Alice Clement, College of Science and Engineering, and BLiSS Committee Co-Chair and Head of Operations, or visit the BLiSS website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 13 June to 27 June 2019

Proactively Supporting our Research

ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


Animal Researcher Information Session - ResearchNow (Ethics & Biosafety)Monday 17 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsWednesday 19 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday 19 June 2019

Animal Researcher Information Session - ResearchNow (Ethics & Biosafety)Wednesday 19 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Social and Behavioural research ethicsFriday, 21 June 2019

Growing a research profile & program at Flinders, Monday 24 June 2019

Inspiring proposals - exploring the commonalities among successful funding applicationsMonday 24 June 2019

Finding funding masterclass: Research Professional, Tuesday 25 June 2019

Informing your publication plan: CBGL, CEPSW & CHASS - understanding journal rankingsTuesday 25 June 2019

Are you ready? Benchmarking your career - tools and insightsTuesday 25 June 2019

Animal Researcher Information Session - ResearchNow (Ethics & Biosafety)Tuesday 25 June 2019

Meet the media: Broadening the reach of your research & establish yourself as a thought leaderThursday 27 June 2019

Working with the media - getting started & good practice engagementThursday 27 June 2019

Social media for researchers - engage with audiences & build a followingThursday 27 June 2019

Animal Researcher Information Session - ResearchNow (Ethics & Biosafety), Thursday 27 June 2019

 

 

Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsAnimal Researcher Information Sessions - upcoming online platform for animal ethics applications and tracking

Animal Welfare Committee

We are speeding up processes for animal ethics at Flinders.

A new online platform, ResearchNow (Ethics & Biosafety), will be launched in July and in June a number of Animal Researcher Information sessions will be held to inform about the new platform and what it means going forward for animal ethics research at Flinders.

The sessions will be held on Monday 17 June, Wednesday 19 June, Tuesday 25 June, and Thursday 27 June.

The new platform will include:

  • online application forms,
  • an online submission system, and
  • new online tracking for your research projects.

All research staff and students welcome. Register at ienrol - Research.

Current word document animal ethics application forms will no longer be used after the launch date.

animal ethics application forms will no longer be used after the launch date.

 

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsBRAVE lecture - Settling Well, Supporting Health and Wellbeing for Refugees

BRAVE banner Settling Well

The world is witnessing unprecedented levels of human displacement. By the end of 2017, over 68 million people were forcibly moved from their homes, the highest number on record, including 25 million refugees fleeing conflicts, violence, persecution or human rights violations.

Over the last 10 years Australia has resettled over 170,000 refugees who contribute significantly to the cultural, social and economic fabric of Australia. These are individuals and families trying desperately to start new lives in unfamiliar surroundings.

However, the transition to life in another country is rarely easy. Challenges such as finding a house, securing work, learning a new language, and building social connections and a sense of belonging can compromise health and wellbeing for new arrivals.

Join Associate Professor Anna Ziersch, at this free event, in a discussion on the social determinants of health and wellbeing for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds.

The lecture Settling Well: Supporting Health and Wellbeing for Refugees will be held in Level 1, Room 1, Flinders Victoria Square on Tuesday, 18 June 2019, 5.30-7.30pm.

To register to attend, visit the Registration page.

Through its education and research programs, Flinders encourages new ways of thinking, and supports experimentation and daring, with the mission to contribute on an international scale through ‘changing lives and changing the world’. So we invite you to share and collaborate with us on our BRAVE journey. We will impart our knowledge and new discoveries, elevate discussion and inspire debate; all with the view to facilitate the betterment of our society. To find out more about the BRAVE series, please visit the Flinders website.

Be BRAVE, be bold, be at Flinders.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsAustralia - Innovation & Internationalisation Tour

TIME’S RUNNING OUT! Register today and collaborate with US researchers and expand your international network right here at Flinders at Tonsley!

Flinders New Venture Institute (NVI) has been chosen to host 10 US based academics on the Australia: Innovation & Internationalisation tour here at Flinders at Tonsley on Monday 15 - Thursday 18 July 2019.

NVI are inviting you to explore potential partnerships with academics from Fox Temple University and other East Coast Universities in the US, with the aim to co-develop case studies, white papers, journal articles, conferences, and/or grant submissions. 

You’ll also have the chance to gain insight into local South Australian SMEs to hear about their journeys toward internationalisation and the role of innovation in their development, and also into the inner workings of the Tonsley Innovation District. 

This tour provides a unique opportunity for Flinders researchers such as yourselves, to develop international collaborations and partnerships with US College academics. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit local SMEs to hear their journey toward internationalisation and the role of innovation in their development. 

A complete list of the visiting US academics, their roles and their areas of interest can be found on the Flinders NVI website.

This unique opportunity requires your involvement in a minimum of two of the following four collaboration sessions:

  • Monday 15 July 1:30pm - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday 16 July 11:30am - 1:00pm
  • Wednesday 17 July 11:30am - 1:00pm
  • Thursday 18 July 9:00am - 11:00am

You can find more information and register your session tickets on eventbrite. Registrations will close on 28 June 2019.

If you have any questions or require any additional information please contact Emily Canale or on 8201 7943. 

Please feel free to distribute to other colleagues that may be interested in this opportunity.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsSyndicate 2019 - partnering for impact

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Defence Science and Technology (DST) will hold its flagship partnership event on 15-16 August 2019 at its Edinburgh laboratory in Adelaide, South Australia.

DST's popular annual partnerships event is Defence’s largest science and technology laboratory in South Australia.

The theme for SCINDICATE 2019 is Partnering for Impact.

Once again, industry, universities and research agencies are invited to participate in the two-day activities which will include technology demonstrations, business matchups, workshops, briefings and laboratory tours, as well as opportunities for networking and forging new collaborations. A Next Generation Technologies Fund Showcase will be a special feature of the event.

If you want to be part of the action, hurry and express your interest by 30 June via the DST website.

For more information about the event, email Scindicate@dst.defence.gov.au.

The name SCINDICATE abbreviates Science (Sc) and Industry (Ind) and is pronounced syndicate, meaning a group of individuals or organisations combined to promote a common interest; in other words, partnership and collaboration.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 30 May to 13 June 2019

Proactively Supporting our Research

ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


 

ARC RejoindersMonday 3 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsMonday 3 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday, 5 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Social and Behavioural research ethicsFriday, 7 June 2019

Building research partnerships, Tuesday 11 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 11 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Industry, Government, International & Internal grants, Wednesday 12 June 2019

Research environment & capability statementThursday 13 June 2019

 

 

Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Seminars Conferences and Workshops2019 Ethics and Integrity Course for HDR Students

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Flinders University, the University of Adelaide, and UniSA invite all their higher degree by research (HDR) students to attend a one day workshop on human research ethics and integrity.

Current HDR students who will be undertaking research projects that may require human research ethics approval are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop, to be held on 19 June 2019.

The workshop will include:

  • An introduction to research integrity and the responsible conduct of research;
  • An overview of the ethical issues that may arise in research involving humans (including topic specific break-out sessions);
  • Tools to analyse and address these issues;
  • How to apply for approval from a Human Research Ethics Committee.

Registration is required by Monday 10 June. To register, visit the University of Adelaide website. If you have any enquiries, please contact the University of Adelaide Human Research Ethics Team on hrec@adelaide.edu.au

For more information, visit the University of Adelaide website.

Non-HDR students, whose current program of study requires an application for ethics approval may also be eligible to attend, pending confirmation from their supervisor. Contact the University of Adelaide Human Research Ethics Team to ascertain eligibility.

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