Most mentoring relationships come to a natural ending: the original issues have been resolved, one or other of the parties has moved on, or the agreed time limit is reached.
A good ending involves a review of the mentoring process, learning and achievements, and a celebration. With our 2018/19 Mentoring Program drawing to an end and the call for interest in our 2019/20 Program we asked participants in this years’ program to reflect on the mentoring journey and to provide advice for prospective mentors and mentees.
Most mentoring relationships come to a natural ending: the original issues have been resolved, one or other of the parties has moved on, or the agreed time limit is reached.Read more →
Hosted University of Sydney, but open to all Universities, in this event NHMRC CEO, Professor Anne Kelso AO FAA FAHMS will discuss the outcomes of the most recent NHMRC Investigator Grant round. Registration is essential.Read more →
A new platform to support capacity building in health economics in Western Australia through research, teaching and knowledge transfer.Read more →
The Commonwealth Fund and the Australian governments encourage promising mid-career professionals—government policymakers, academic researchers, clinical leaders, hospital and insurance managers, and journalists—from Australia to apply for a unique opportunity to spend 12 months in the United States as a Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice, as part of a class of Fellows drawn from Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and the United Kingdom. The deadline for applications has been extended to 28 October 2019.Read more →
HSRAANZ Webinar – How does the cost of medicines to patients influence the use of guidelines-based medicines for asthma in Australia?
The recording from our latest webinar is now available. A/Prof Tracey Laba discussed her research on the impact of cost on the use of asthma medicines in Australia.Read more →
Cancer screening in Australia is the focus of the latest issue of PHRP, which was supported by and developed in partnership with Cancer Council Australia and Cancer Institute NSW. Articles explore a range of topics on this theme, from ways to increase participation in the bowel screening program to new approaches and technologies to improve breast screening.Read more →
On 1 August 2019, Professor Adrian Barnett, Queensland University of Technology presented a HSRAANZ webinar on the current crisis in health and medical statistics and the potential to increase the value of health and medical research by promoting better statistical practice. A recording and the slides from the presentation are now available to view.Read more →