Seminar/Forum

Leading at the speed of change: A new bionic era for healthcare

Leading at the speed of change: A new bionic era for healthcare

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Lecture with Dr Dimity Dornan AO, Executive Director and Founder of Hear and Say
In a world where science, technology and the internet are colliding, the Australian invented bionic ear is the world-first successful commercialisation of a neuromodulation device, which interfaces with the brain and nervous system, and is proving that other bionic devices can help various other disorders.
Developing and testing exercise intervention program

Developing and testing exercise intervention program

Menzies Health Institute Queenland Program Seminar with Optimising Health Outcomes presents Professor Kuei-Min Chen
This presentation illustrates research on developing and applying complementary and alternative therapies including tai chi, yoga and elastic band to promote health of older adults.
Academic writing and scientific integrity

Academic writing and scientific integrity

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Program Seminar with Optimising Health Outcomes presents Professor Kuei-Min Chen
Professor Chen will illustrate the four steps of writing a journal article: planning, preparation, writing the manuscript, and getting published.
UCC Program Seminar - Topic 1: Personalised Medicine in Health

UCC Program Seminar - Topic 1: Personalised Medicine in Health

Understanding Chronic Conditions Program Seminar with Assoc Prof Kaylene Simpson
and Ms Moana Simpson
These presentations discuss the strategies employed at the Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics to perform large-scale, unbiased, discovery-based cellular screening in Australia and the unique collection, storage and management facilities available to world researchers at Compounds Australia.
IBAS Research Seminar: Selected information systems research approaches with a focus on the knowledge management characteristics of specific organisations

IBAS Research Seminar: Selected information systems research approaches with a focus on the knowledge management characteristics of specific organisations

Information Systems research is not only social science in nature, it also draws upon a range of methods used in other disciplines, e.g. sociology, psychology, business, management. This seminar will start with a discussion of the epistemologies or philosophies guiding IS research, and selected methodologies applicable to these epistemologies. Following this there will be discussion of knowledge management research specifically with regard to organisational learning and knowledge diffusion.
Successful transition to first year at university

Successful transition to first year at university

The Australian Parents Education Association Incorporated (APEAI) - a Brisbane-based Chinese Parents' Association - is holding a talk for members of the Chinese community (parents and children) to assist both local and international students transiting to first year at university.
The delivery of the talk will be in English, so parents and students from other ethnic backgrounds are most welcome to attend.