Seminar Series

The Translational Health Research Institute runs a regular seminar series from February through November. These seminars cover a diverse range of topics, including current research by Institute staff and students, methodology 'mini' workshops, and invited presentations from visiting colleagues. Seminars are typically held on the last Thursday of the month at 12:00-1:00pm in Building 3.1.45, Campbelltown campus, unless otherwise advised.

No RSVPs are required to attend these seminars. We look forward to seeing you there. If you would like to attend the seminars remotely please contact Lorelle Metusela for zoom details.

The seminar series has concluded for 2018

Past 2018 Seminars

February Police as public health interventionists A/Prof Nicole Asquith (opens in a new window)
March Understanding risk and resilience for family homelessness Dr Elizabeth Conroy (opens in a new window) & Hir Jani
April A decision support tool to inform local suicide prevention activity in Greater Western Sydney (Australia) Prof Andrew Page (opens in a new window)
May Practices, safety and resilience in anaesthesia: conducting research outside of the ‘systems’ framework. Abstract & bio PDF, 12.54 KB (opens in a new window) Dr Kerry Warner
June Women’s construction and experience of motherhood while living with rheumatoid arthritis Parton, C. , Ussher, J. M. & Perz, J. Abstract PDF, 32.24 KB (opens in a new window) Dr Chloe Parton
October Finding a life without domestic violence: analysis of free-text responses from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH) surveys Dr Lyn Francis (opens in a new window) and Associate Professor Virginia Stultz (opens in a new window)