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Application and Advancement of Quality Control Charts in Healthcare Monitoring: Quantitative Research Methods Seminar

During recent decades, quality control charts have been developed as the technical core of quality management and continuous improvement philosophy. In recent years, control charts are increasingly being used in healthcare to aid in process understanding, assess process stability, and identify changes that indicate either improvement or deterioration in quality of care. They are used in hospital process improvement projects, by accrediting bodies and governmental agencies, and for public health surveillance.

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Cancer Grand Rounds

Researchers are invited to attend " The impact of HPV vaccination on cervical screening in Australia: Update on new recommendations for the National Cervical Screening Program”, presented by Karen Canfell, Epidemiologist, Cancer Modelling Group, UNSW Lowy Cancer Research Centre and Dr Michael Campion, Senior Staff Specialist, Pre-invasive Disease, Gynaecological Cancer Centre, Royal Hospital for Women.

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Application of a generalised mixed linear model to the analysis of a cluster-randomised crossover study: Quantitative Research Methods Seminar

This talk will be describe the design and implementation of a cluster-randomised crossover study that was implemented to quantify the effect of in-class exposure to unflued gas heaters on respiratory symptoms and lung function in primary school children. The design required a complex mixed model analysis with both continuous and binary outcomes, two random intercept terms, and several fixed effect terms, including interactions. The analysis was performed in SAS using Proc Mixed and Proc GLIMMIX.

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How UNSW's Tech Transfer Office can help promote and develop your research

Overview:
As part of the Postdoctoral Academy’s “Show Me The Money” series, Dr Cullen will present on new activities at NSi that support UNSW researchers.  He will also provide guidance on Easy Access IP as he was the leader in launching this initiative.

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An Optimization Model for Disease Intervention: Quantitative Research Methods Seminar

For many diseases a variety of interventions are available for the control of morbidity and mortality. An optimal intervention strategy is one which simultaneously attempts to achieve cost-effectiveness and decrease of disease burden. A strategy typically involves only one type of intervention though, on occasion, multiple types are simultaneously used. This analysis develops a method to find optimal interventions with no restriction on the number and type of interventions. The framework is applied to data on malaria from Nigeria.

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Annual AIHI Research Symposium

The Australian Institute of Health Innovation's (AIHI) Annual Research Symposium will be held on Thursday 15th May, 2014.  The theme of this year's symposium is "Translation, Transformation and Technology: The impact of our Health Services Research".

We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers: the New South Wales Minister for Health, and Minister for Medical Research, the Hon. Jillian Skinner MP, and Dr Diane Watson, Chief Executive Officer, National Health Performance Authority.

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Supervising & Leading a Research Team - Postdoctoral & ECR Academy Program

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Professor Merlin Crossley, Dean of Science, will discuss the various issues and skills needed for successfully supervising and leading a research team.  This will be the first session for the 2014 ECR & Postdoc Academy.  The Academy holds monthly seminars with high level speakers for UNSW Early Career Researchers and Postdoctoral academics.  The presentation will be followed by light refreshments and networking opportunities.

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AIHI 2014 Lunchtime Seminar Series - Working in a system-level knowledge mobilisation initiative: experiences and reflections on the first 5 years in the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) for Greater Manchester

The NIHR CLAHRC for Greater Manchester was one of nine CLAHRCs established in 2008 to support knowledge translation and mobilisation in the English National Health Service (NHS). Each CLAHRC received 5 years funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and had to secure a similar level of matched funding from local NHS organisations. The total budget over the 5 year period was £20 million.

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Dr Peter Burger

Lowy Cancer Research Centre seminar series 2014 - Peter Burger (USA)

We are honoured to have Dr Peter C. Burger MD present the first Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar for 2014, "Small Cell Glioblastoma" Dr Burger is Professor of Pathology, Neurosurgery and Oncology and Director of Surgical Neuropathology at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA and the current Cure For Life Foundation Brain Cancer Research Visiting Academic at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre.

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Martina Stenzel: 'Design of core-shell nanoparticles for drug delivery'

The Adult Cancer Program (ACP) at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Profeeor Martina Stenzel speak as part of a special ACP seminar. Professor Stenzel studied chemistry at the University of Bayreuth, Germany, before completing her PhD in 1999 at the Institute of Applied Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Stuttgart, Germany.

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