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CFAHR, in collaboration with the Metro South Allied Health Leadership Committee and partner institutions, provides training opportunities for allied health clinicians and researchers throughout the year. Monthly seminars are held on the last Tuesday of each month. These seminars will be held via Teams.
All Queensland Health staff are invited to attend, as well as consumer co-researchers as appropriate. Please note that each seminar is recorded for future training purposes. Your participation is your consent.
If you have any questions regarding these sessions or would like access to a recording of a previous event, please contact CFAHR-WDO@health.qld.gov.au.
Click the relevant topic to register your interest for the event.
|Involving consumers in research to maximise your chances of seuring a grant [TBC]
|MSH requirements for orientating consumers partners involved in research projects [TBC]
|Tips and tricks on how to write a journal paper
|Converting a clinical career into research
|Database searching and literature review
|Common pitfalls in ethics and SSA applications - what trips up researchers? [TBC]
|Managing research grants - QH financial requirements and PI responsibilities [TBC]
|From a QI project to research study - how to navigate the continuum?
Refer to the Topics index for sessions that may be of interest to you.
Each session will be recorded. Recordings can be accessed at (Queensland Health login required):