IHA offering seminar on Early Career Fellowship applications
Published: Tuesday 7th June 2016
Professor Turrell's seminar will focus on the planning and writing aspects of preparing an ECF application. Attendees will be taken through anonymised profiles of past applicants to identify competitive (successful) applicants. Further discussion on some dos and don’ts of presenting a compelling case will follow – which aim to increase the chances of being awarded a Fellowship.
Professor Turrell’s presentation on Friday June 17, forms part of a series of seminars the Institute for Health & Ageing (IHA) has been offering on Research Methods for health researchers.
The seminars are designed to provide a brief overview of a range of methodological aspects of designing, managing and analysing the results of research studies. Presentations are followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion, and IHA encourages interested colleagues to attend in person, or by telephone or audio-visual conference.
When: Third Friday of the month – Professor Turrell presents on Friday 17 June 2016.
Time: 2-3pm AEST
Where: Rm 6.02, Level 6, 215 Spring Street, Melbourne
Audio-visual/teleconference: ACU colleagues are encouraged to dial in from a campus A/V meeting room, or by using Polycom Realpresence on their computer desktop. A/V room bookings can be made via Servicedesk@acu.edu.au or by calling 07 3623 7272.
The Servicedesk can also assist with Polycom installation on your PC or laptop.
Please register your interest in attending with IHA@acu.edu.au / 03 9230 8170 and take a look at the IHA Research Methods Seminars flyer for further information.