Register for any or all of the events below. All are welcome.
Challenges and Opportunities in Healthcare Professions Education Research
Monday 6 December, 10am - 4pm Register here
Waranara, the Health professions education research network is aimed at advancing the skills of our healthcare educators and researchers by fostering interdisciplinary discussions and understanding of the cultures in which we learn, teach and practice. Join our mini-conference which showcases the latest developments in health professions education research as well as a special HDR session where students will present their work and/or future ideas for supportive feedback.
The program (currently in development) includes:
View the event program (PDF 96KB)
All are welcome to this celebratory event introducing the FMH Networks announced in July 2021.
Tuesday 7 December, 11am- 12pm Register here
The session will be hosted by the Executive Dean, Prof Robyn Ward, with a brief presentation from the DVCR Prof Duncan Ivison on the importance of networks in the University community.
Network convenors will each give a 'elevator pitch' about their network and why you should consider joining.
What lessons have we learned from COVID-19 that can ensure we better protect the health and wellbeing of children in future pandemics?
Tuesday 7 December, 1- 2.30pm Register here
Join us to explore how we can learn from the global experiences of COVID-19 to ensure future pandemic control policies minimise harms to children and young people. Presented by the Sydney Global Maternal and Child Health Network.
We’re excited to be launching our new Community and Primary Health Care Network with an opening address by FMH Executive Dean Professor Robyn Ward. Join our panellists who will discuss innovation in research and education, new models of care and a range of issues facing the Community and Primary Health Care sector in Australia today.
Tuesday 7 December, 3.30- 4.30pm Register here
Doing Bioethics at Sydney - the Sydney Health Ethics Network
Wednesday 8 Dec, 10am- 12pm Register here
Sydney Health Ethics conducts research and teaching in bioethics and health-related social science using multidisciplinary methods. Our mission is to achieve a positive social impact by engaging in academic and public conversations about the ethics of health and wellbeing.
Join our launch to explore the diverse range of current research conducted by Sydney Heath Ethics. You will hear from a large number of our team and how they are seeking to understand and address real-world ethical issues.
Introducing SPARTAN – the Sport and Physical Activity Research and Teaching Network – a new collaborative initiative which will connect and engage our researchers, students, educators and strategic industry partners. Join us to learn about the network and find out about the latest research projects in this diverse and multidisciplinary field.
Wednesday 8 December, 12.30 – 1.30pm Register here
Hear about the range of cancer research being undertaken by postgrads and early career researchers (ECR) across the University and affiliated institutions. Download the Abstracts Booklet here.
A lunchtime keynote address will be given by Dr Nicole Rankin, convenor of the Academic Implementation Science Network on the topic of implementation of cancer research.
Thursday 9 December:
This event is presented by the Cancer Research Network.
Friday 10 Dec, 10- 11am Register here
Currently the University of Sydney is the 7th leading institution internationally in pain related research and number one in Australia.
Sydney Pain Consortium is a new collaborative research network of scientists, clinicians and educators that are at the forefront of innovative new treatments for pain that translates into optimal patient outcomes. The aim of the Sydney Pain Consortium is to strengthen and build collaborations and partnerships in pain research across the University and externally to create a cohesive pain network across disciplines and geography.
Conversations: collaborations in digital health and pain research
Fri 10 December, 11.15am – 12.00pm Register here
The Digital Health and Informatics Network and Sydney Pain Consortium are co-presenting a panel discussion to highlight the connections in digital health and pain research. Explore research ideas in biopsychosocial aspects of pain as it relates to wearables, digital health, implementation science and AI as well as the potential for research collaborations to grow ideas into industry investment.