Department of General Practice and Primary Care runs a weekly seminar series, Research Matters, every Wednesday, 1.00-2.00pm.
Chair: Dr Cath Kaylor-Hughes
Administrative Coordinator: Hayley Barker
Seminars will be held in-person and also available via Zoom. Please contact Hayley Barker if you would like the Zoom details.
|8 Feb||A/Prof Richard Stevens||A comparison of two classic and two newer methods for meta-analysis: are they equally appropriate for systematic review?||University of Oxford|
|22 Feb||Prof Alastair Hay||Research matters, but does not always succeed: the ups and downs of primary care antimicrobial stewardship research.||University of Bristol|
|8 March||A/Prof Jenny Hayes and Ms Lesley Smith||Donated to Science: anatomical dissection and the body donor program||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|22 March||Dr Monika Raniti||Health Promoting Schools Program||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|29 March||Jossy Jimenez Aceves||PhD confirmation seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|12 April||Dr Matthew Suen and Tatiana Zecher||Implementing a SGLT2 Inhibitor Module in Future Health Today|
Tatiana Zecher Masters completion seminar
|MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|19 April||Patrick Condron||Open Access Publishing Agreements session||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|26 April||Dr Jon Gooi||Primary care focused MRFF info session||University of Melbourne|
|3 May||-||SESSION CANCELLED||-|
|10 May||Maddie Lim||PhD completion seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|17 May||Tamika Heiden||Research Impact Academy and the University of Melbourne|
|31 May||Honours Students||Initial oral presentations||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|7 June||Visiting Academics|
|14 June||Kelsey Sabandar and Anouk Weghorst||Visiting Academic Students|
|5 July||Shadow Toke||PhD confirmation seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|26 July||Kali Godbee||PhD Completion seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|2 Aug||Blandine French|
|9 Aug||Dr Javiera Martinez Gutierrez||PhD Confirmation||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|16 Aug||Dr Lata Satyen||Cultural factors in the examination of the prevalence of family violence and associated help-seeking behaviour.||Deakin University|
|30 Aug||Shireen Patel|
|6 Sept||Jane Henty, Dr Rebecca Starkie, Dr Rita McMorrow||MD Redesign||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|13 Sept||Dr Sibel Saya||Cancer risk prediction in primary care||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|20 Sept||Dr Nicola Fitzgerald||PICCSI – Cervical cancer screening in the Pacific||Mercy Hospital for Women and Northpark Private Hospital|
|27 Sept||Professor Kapil Sayal||Referral and recognition of mental health problems in Children and Young People: a research perspective||University of Nottingham|
|4 Oct||Professor Eduard Hovy||The rise and rise of (generative) AI — implications for general practice education and research||University of Melbourne|
|11 Oct||Honours Students||Final oral presentations||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|25 Oct||Jessie Xue||PhD Confirmation seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
|1 Nov||Emeritus Professor Chris Dowrick||Creative arts: an antidote to existential despair||University of Liverpool UK|
|8 Nov||Anne Søjbjerg||Problem-solving therapy: Enhancing mental health in patients with chronic disease managed in general practice||Visiting GP Academic - Denmark|
|15 Nov||Kirsten Hillman||Weaving complex stories: A narrative inquiry into an online music therapy project for adults living with mental health challenges related to adverse life experiences||Creative Arts and Music Therapy Research Unit and the ALIVE: Next Gen Research Network|
|29 Nov||Molly Wellington||PhD completion seminar||MDHS, University of Melbourne|
Would you like to present at Research Matters?
We are always looking for presenters. Research Matters is a valuable way of sharing knowledge and insights in a wide variety of topics. Maybe you know someone who has a topic that would be of interest to students and staff? Visitors are welcome to present!
Any queries regarding Research Matters, please contact Hayley Barker.