Research Skills Seminar Series

The aim of the 20+ seminars produced by the CAHS Research Education Program is for each to provide a one hour overview of a large topic representing a part of the research process. Seminars are designed to be practical, and suitable for staff and students of any clinical discipline.  

The one hour format is specifically to assist busy clinical staff to access condensed information. Because of this, in addition to the recording, accompanying handouts contain not just the PowerPoint slides, but also extra information and resources such as useful websites, readings, references, and further training opportunities where available.

Notification of any changes regarding topics, locations, and times will occur to all those who have registered to attend.

Past Seminars

All seminars are recorded and made available online a week after the live seminar. Visit past seminars to review all previous recordings and catch up on seminars.

Location

All live seminars are held at:

Perth Children's Hospital
Level 5, Auditorium

Research Skills Seminar Series is also available to view through our network of hosted video conference sites and online via Scopia.

All available hosted video conference sites and Scopia access for on the day seminars are available upon registration. Video conference and hosted locations information outlines how to use Scopia on your computer.

Presenters

The Research Skills Seminar Series have a range of guest presenters that volunteer their time and expertise towards enriching the series. All presenters bring their experiences with research in health to ensure our series covers topics that are important and useful to our audience.

Calendar of Research Skills Seminar Series 

View the 2020 calendar of the Research Skills Seminar Series 

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