Events Archive

Thursday 5 September 2019
Please join us and our guest speakers as we outline how we currently, and in the future plan to address the challenge of sexual and reproductive health among Western Sydney’s female population.

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Thursday 5 September 2019
Please join us and our guest speakers as we outline how we currently, and in the future plan to address the challenge of sexual and reproductive health among Western Sydney’s female population.

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9 August 2019
How can we use sport as a tool to promote health? Or use churches as a setting to tackle diabetes? Have you ever wondered whether we can do more to promote healthy ageing, cancer screening or health service engagement?
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Come and support THRI HDR students at the THRI 3MT heat.
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Thursday 14 March 2019
THRI HDR Mixed Methods Workshop

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Friday 23 November 2018
The inaugural Western Cancer Research Forum event will bring together all cancer-focussed researchers, clinicians and students from diverse disciplines across Western Sydney University, to help grow our network of cancer researchers at Western and foster collaboration.

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Monday 19 November
The session is open to HDR students being supervised by THRI academic members and places are limited to a maximum of 16 students.

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THRI in conjunction with REDI and School of Medicine, School of Science and Health, and MARCS are running an NHMRC Grant Scheme Changes Information Session.

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The Translational Health Research Institute, in partnership with Western's Talent and Leadership Development (T&D) team is hosting a networking lunch at Campbelltown to mark the Jean Hailes Health Women’s 2018 Health week.

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Friday 10 August
THRI will be hosting a presentation and Q&A session with Dr Kerry Chant PSM, on a number of initiatives within NSW Health relevant to Western, including the Translational Research Grants Scheme (TRGS).

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2-4 August 2018
THRI will be hosting this year's ASPOG conference: Women’s health, life and rights. ASPOG invites critical health psychologists, obstetricians, gynaecologists, general practitioners, sexual health providers, allied health professionals, trainees and women’s reproductive health researchers to present and attend the conference.

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30 July 2018
THRI will be holding its first ever 3MT Heat in 2018! Everyone is invited to attend and support our PhD students. Prizes will be awarded for the Winner and People’s Choice Presentation.

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Clinical Connections Series: 24 April 2018
Blacktown Hospital is home to one of Western’s Clinical Schools and is seeking to grow its research capabilities, including in the area of metabolic surgery to support its new Healthy Weight Management Program (HWMP). This workshop will be attended by clinicians from the HWMP and hospital researchers from related fields.

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Clinical Connections Series: 13 April 2018
A half-day program designed to encourage clinicians to engage in research. The program will incorporate a range of themes, with a focus on Obesity, Aboriginal Health and Drug and Alcohol disciplines, and will be attended by doctors, nurses and allied health professionals from the LHD and staff from the Nepean Blue Mountains Primary Health Network.

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Clinical Connections Series: 29 March 2018
A Workshop with doctors, nurses and allied health professionals from the stroke and cerebrovascular disease units at Liverpool Hospital to discuss programs to build research capability within the Units, learn more about research opportunities and build new connections with Western Sydney University.

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Clinical Connections Series: 23 March 2018
A Brainstorming Session involving clinicians from the Cardiology, Cardiothoracic, Vascular Surgery, Research Nursing Staff, Centre for Applied Nursing (CANR) and other researchers from Western Sydney University to share ideas, thoughts and discuss new initiatives for the Institute.

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Clinical Connections Series: 19 March 2018
Drug Health Services operates across South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD), providing a range of treatments and interventions at hospitals and community health centres to support individuals, their families and carers who have problems associated with alcohol and other drug use.

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5 March 2018
LitAssit aims to assist you in tracking details of your literature evaluations to keep you, the researcher, organized and focused. It is recommended as a tool for completing dissertation and thesis literature reviews, as well as assisting advanced researchers who want to stay organized when conducting research for articles or books.

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23 Feb 2018
THRI invites all computer scientists, biostatisticians, epidemiologists, and public health researchers across the University to showcase current research and identify potential collaborations in the application of technology, data science, big data, and systems science methods to population health problems.

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21 February 2018
We invite all THRI members to participate in a strategic planning workshop to identify and shape the key work areas and priorities in THRI for 2018 and beyond.

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22-23 November
The SPHERE 2017 International Symposium aspires to become synonymous with healthcare innovation and solutions that the world will strive to emulate.
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21 | 25 September
Western health and medical researchers are invited to attend a presentation on impact, hosted by the Translational Health Research Institute.

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14; 17; 21 August 2017
NHMRC and ARC assessors share their insights into assessing funding submissions. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.

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8th - 11th May, 2017
This course introduces public health researchers and practitioners to tools, practical skills and the conceptual background required to collect and analyse mobile data on health behaviour collected using smartphones.

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4-8 July 2016
WSU Campbelltown Cultural Events Committee have selected a range of film segments to be introduced, screened and discussed in light of this year's 2016 NAIDOC Theme Songlines: The living narrative of our nation.

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