Seminar/Forum

LFC Seminar - Corruption, FDI, investment treaties and arbitration in Thailand and Asia
20 Jul

LFC Seminar - Corruption, FDI, investment treaties and arbitration in Thailand and Asia

The LFC would like to invite to a seminar by Professor Luke Nottage, University of Sydney "Corruption, FDI, investment treaties and arbitration in Thailand and Asia".
2022 MHIQ Seminar Series - Unravelling the Relationship between Sleep, Pain and TBI
10 Jun

2022 MHIQ Seminar Series - Unravelling the Relationship between Sleep, Pain and TBI

Professor Richelle Mychasiuk's presentation discusses the fundamental relationships between neuroplasticity, sleep, and pain. Her team has been studying mTBI-induced desynchronization of the brain's clock at the behavioural, molecular, and pathophysiological level in adolescent rats. In addition, they have explored the role of orexin and the orexinergic system in modulation of these outcomes. In this seminar, Professor Mychasiuk tells you what they have learned.
2022 MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminar Series - Using an Impact CV in Research
23 May

2022 MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminar Series - Using an Impact CV in Research

In this presentation Professor Kathy Andrews will discuss the development of an Impact CV that, unlike a traditional CV is largely focused on metrics, provides a template for researchers to gather evidence that can be used to plan for impact and build impact stories targeted to different audiences, including funders, promotion and award committees, donors and members of the community. An overview of the Impact CV will be presented using practical examples.
2022 MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminar Series - Qualitative methods and the human experience of healthcare
19 May

2022 MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminar Series - Qualitative methods and the human experience of healthcare

Laurie Grealish RN PhD will present on how qualitative research methods offer an opportunity to improve our understanding of the human experience of healthcare. In this presentation, how researchers can use qualitative methods to produce rigorous data that can be used to guide psychosocial care practices will be described. Specific qualitative methods will be reviewed and common misconceptions about qualitative research will be identified.
2022 MHIQ/DRB Seminar Series - Nociplastic pain in ME/CFS and overlap with migraine and other disorders
17 May

2022 MHIQ/DRB Seminar Series - Nociplastic pain in ME/CFS and overlap with migraine and other disorders

James N. Baraniuk MD, is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, Georgetown University, Washington DC. In this seminar he explains his work in relation to different "Nociplastic pain in ME/CFS and overlap with migraine and other disorders". Dr Baraniuk details his proposition that dysfunction of systems in the midbrain and brainstem may provide a unifying pathogenic mechanism to explain the heightened experiences of interoception in ME/CFS and allied conditions.