Departmental Seminars

Every week on Wednesday, until 8 Dec 2022
All day

More Information

Hayley Barker

gp-enquiries@unimelb.edu.au

Department of General Practice runs a weekly seminar series, Research Matters, every Wednesday, 1.00-2.00pm.

Chair: Professor Meredith Temple-Smith
Administrative Coordinator: Hayley Barker

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, seminars will be held in-person and also available via Zoom. Please contact Hayley Barker if you would like the Zoom details.

Date

Speaker

Title

Affiliation

27-Apr

Judith Lizanne Nui

A paradigm Shift: Addressing AMR in Papua New Guinea

Human Health AMR Advisory Fellow

11-MaySamantha RyanManaging the premenstrual body: a body mapping study of women’s negotiation of premenstrual food cravings and exercise

Western Sydney University

18-MayDr Caroline McBride; Dr Eleanor Bulford; Dr Matthew SuenAcademic Registrars initial presentations

MDHS, University of Melbourne

1-Jun2022 Honours studentsHonours students initial presentationsMDHS, University of Melbourne
8-JunDr Shelley WalkerLived experiences of drug use and incarceration for young men recently released from adult prisonBurnet Institute
15-Jun Dr Naomi KilovResearch Into How GPs Feel About Managing ColicMDHS, University of Melbourne
22-JunDr Kristi MilleyResearch prioritisation studyMDHS, University of Melbourne
29-JunRuth Leibowitz Master of Medicine completion seminarMDHS, University of Melbourne
6-Jul DGP Journal Club (2)MDHS, University of Melbourne
13-JulProf Ray ChanCancer, Model of Care, Financial Burden: Who Cares?Caring Futures Institute
20-JulA/Prof James Brown
Principal Medical Education Advisor, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
The transition of GP training to the College and what this means for the GP workforce and GP education in the futureRACGP
27-JulDr Megan Prictor
Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School 
Trust misplaced? Doctors, clinical decision support software and legal riskMelbourne Law School
3-AugElizabeth McLindonThe prevalence and impact of family violence among 11,500 Victorian nurses, midwives and carersMDHS, University of Melbourne
7-SepAlicia Boo  
14-SepDr Stephen Duckett
Honorary Enterprise Professor
Department of General Practice
Primary Health Care Reform: Priorities & ChallengesMDHS, University of Melbourne
21-SepDr Lukshmy JeyalingamMedical Educators’ perception of the value of the longitudinal integrated clerkshipMDHS, University of Melbourne
28-SepAmy Coe & GR studentsGraduate Research ShowcaseMDHS, University of Melbourne
5-OctJason Chiang, Lesley Hawes, Maria Stambas and Nadine Mouhtadi‘How did I get here’
Panel of four talking about their pathways/career journey after either studying or working as a research assistant 
MDHS, University of Melbourne
12-OctDr Faraz Mughal
GP and National Institute for Health and Care Research Doctoral Fellow 
Improving the management of young people who self-harm in general practiceKeele University, UK
19-OctHonours Students Final Honours presentations - extended session 12-2pmMDHS, University of Melbourne
26-OctJacquie KuruppuPhD completion seminarMDHS, University of Melbourne
2-NovCrystal ZhaoPhD completion seminarMDHS, University of Melbourne
9-NovJenny HayesCompletion seminarMDHS, University of Melbourne
16-NovAcademic RegistrarsFinal presentationsMDHS, University of Melbourne
30-NovChristine Longman MDHS, University of Melbourne
7-DecRita McMorrowPhD completion seminar:
Assessing and addressing diabetes distress: Design and implementation of a digital health solution in general practice
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.