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Metro South Health offers a range of research education, training and information sessions.
The above resources have been developed by the Nursing Research Support Service. For more information please see the QEII Nursing Research Support Service intranet page.
Metro South Health Libraries supports medical, allied health and nursing staff who are undertaking work related research activities. The Princess Alexandra Hospital Library offers Literature Searching and Endnote training.
Metro South Biostatistics Service offers a range of one-on-one services to Metro South Health clinicians and researchers on a range of topics including:
A resident biostatistician is available for consultations every weekday and can provide advice on:
The provider for this service is the Queensland Facility for Advanced Bioinformatics (QFAB), University of Queensland. Bookings and enquiries can be made directly on QFAB’s website and the biostatistician can be contacted via email: email@example.com
When sharing data with the biostatistics service please share only encrypted data (especially when working remotely). Please see Queensland Health Passwords and encryptions for more information.
The Metro South Biostatistics Service delivers a number of workshops and seminars for Metro South employees each year.
See Metro South Research Events for more information and link to REGISTER.
The Metro South Biostats Service and annual seminars and workshops are funded by the Metro South Health Study, Education and Research Trust Account (SERTA).
The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) is offering BDHP partners online GCP training for $40.
Using interactive discussion and case studies, the MSH TransCelerate-accredited course will provide participants with:
|Time||8:30am - 1:00pm|
|Location||Room 2003, Translational Research Institute, 37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba, QLD, 4102|
|Materials||Provided at the commencement of the session|
MSH's Study, Education and Research Trust Account (SERTA) is subsidising course fees for MSH employees - therefore there will be no cost to MSH departments/work areas at this time.
Priority is given to MSH employee and registration of external participants (ie non-MSH employees) will be considered subject to availability of places and a waiting list for each course will be established.