MACH holds a number of events throughout the year, from seminars and lectures, to training workshops and networking sessions. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events.
Social Isolation and Social Prescribing Webinar Series
Sixth session in a series of online lunchtime webinars which focus on social isolation and social prescribing. Co-hosted by the Australian Disease Management Association, Bolton Clarke Research Institute, Melbourne Academic Centre for Health, Monash Partners and the Western Alliance.
WHEN: Wednesday 13th October 2021, 12.00-1.15pm
MACH Implementation Science Seminar Series
MACH is pleased to present a 3-part series aimed at developing clinician researcher understanding of implementation science. Each seminar will have a theoretical component, followed by practical examples from a clinician researcher.
Seminar 3: The holy grail of scale in implementation
Keynote speaker: Prof Terry Haines (Monash University)
Clinician researcher: Prof Karin Thursky (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, RMH, Uni Melbourne)
CEO perspective: Prof Shelley Dolan (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Uni Melbourne)
WHEN: Monday 8th November 2021, 12.30-1.30pm
MACH Consumer Engagement Webinar
MACH is hosting a webinar targeted at early and mid-career researchers exploring why, what, when, how and where of consumer engagement in research. Join consumers and researchers from across the MACH network sharing their experiences of the value of consumer engagement.
WHEN: Tuesday 16th November 2021, 3.00-5.00pm
MACH EMCR Research Design Webinar Series
MACH is pleased to present a four-part webinar series exploring research design tailored specifically for early and mid-career researchers. The series will be conducted by experts from the University of Melbourne’s Methods and Implementation Support for Clinical and Health research Hub (MISCH) team from February-June 2022.
Seminar 1: Kicking off your research: how to craft a well-defined research question
Presenter: Dr Karen Lamb (Uni Melbourne)
WHEN: Wednesday 23rd February 2022, 12.30-1.30pm