Upcoming Events

June

My heart matters: Community perspectives on improving heart health - Community Conversation

26 June 2024, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Edith Cowan University – Joondalup (Building 21, Room 201)
PLEASE NOTE: This Community Conversation is nearly at capacity. Once capacity has been reached, we will place any further registrations on a waitlist. The 'My heart matters: Community perspectives on improving heart health - Community Conversation' will centre around understanding societal perspectives on how we can halve the number of Australians experiencing heart attacks under the age of 70 years, and ultimately save lives. We will explore what the community believes should be the implementation and research priorities to prevent heart attacks in all Australians.

July

August

Bench to bedside to community: new interventions against childhood respiratory conditions - Community Conversation

28 August 2024, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
TBA
Does your child suffer from frequent chesty cough, have asthma or has been admitted to hospital with a lung infection? If yes, we would like to hear from your lived experience about paediatric respiratory conditions. Bacteria and viruses in our noses have a profound impact on the health of our lungs, particularly in the early years of life. Prof. Mark Nicol, Dr Ritika Kar Bahal and their research team at the University of Western Australia study these bacteria and viruses of the nose in children to understand how some “friendly” microbes can be used to protect your child from these lung conditions.

September

October

January

Consumer and Community Involvement and Grant Writing - eCourse

1 January 2024 - 1 January 2070,
Online
Free
In this course participants will delve into the intricacies of consumer and community involvement, gaining a deep understanding of what CCI is and what it is not. The course explores how CCI intersects with the ever-evolving research sector, providing insights into the changing landscape. Moreover, the course will equip you with invaluable tips to enhance the chance of your grant success by including integral CCI components in relevant aspects of your grant applications.