NSW Health - Translational Research Grant Scheme
Round 6 Expressions of Interest close 27 September 2021.
The Translational Research Grants Scheme (TRGS) provides grants to staff employed within local health districts, specialty health networks, NSW Ambulance and NSW Health Pathology.
The Scheme is designed to build research capability and accelerate evidence translation within the NSW public health system.
A NSW Health employee of a host organisation within the health system must lead the project.
Australian Public Health Conference 2021
Supporting and Re-Energising Public Health in a disrupted world
Thursday 23 -Friday 24 September 2021 - Hybrid Conference
Australian Public Health Conference is a national conference held by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) which presents a national and multi-disciplinary perspective on public health issues. PHAA members and non-members are encouraged to contribute to discussions on the broad range of public health issues and challenges, and exchange ideas, knowledge and information on the latest developments in public health.
Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium
The 8th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium, 'Connecting research, practise & communities is being held in Canberra 6 - 7 October 2021 and the call for abstracts is now open.
The Symposium will focus on rural and remote health research that informs strategic health policy, and health service challenges in rural and remote Australia into the future.
Presentations are now being sought from emerging and active researchers.
For abstract guidelines and details about the various presentation types visit the Symposium website at www.ruralhealth.org.au/8rrhss
The call for abstracts closes on 13 June 2021.
CHARM 2021 – Save the date!
The CHARM program committee are happy to announce that CHARM is back in 2021. CHARM 2021 will be held as an online conference, 27-30 July.
CHARM facilitates collaboration between health researchers, students, policy makers, carers, consumers, industry and clinicians from a diverse range of health disciplines and is the premier meeting for the communication and translation of health-related research practice in the ACT.
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