Research Skills Seminar Series
The seminar series is hosted by the WA Department of Health. Seminars cover a range of topics covering the entire clinical research process and are one hour duration each.
The seminar schedule may be subject to change. Notification of any changes regarding topics, locations, and times will occur to all those who have registered to attend.
All seminars are now presented at:
If you plan to attend at the PCH Auditorium, please note that during question time, ceiling microphones in the auditorium will be on. Any noises made during this period will be picked up and broadcast through video-conference to external viewers.
Planning for impact and implementation of research outcomes
by Dr Fenella Gill
Nurse Researcher, Perth Children's Hospital
Adj Assoc. Prof, Curtin University
Friday, 20 July
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Knowledge Translation is increasingly important for all research projects and requires having a plan from the outset of your research.
KT refers to how we exchange, disseminate and apply our research results to improve the community’s health. This seminar outlines what it is, why it is so important, and how to get started. It will provide an overview of KT considerations for research project design, implementation, dissemination, and measuring impact.
Video recordings are available to view on the "Past Seminars" page.
Research Fundamentals (9 Feb)
Introductory Biostatistics (23 Feb)
Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (9 Mar)
Scientific Writing (23 Mar)
Ethics in Research (6 Apr)
Rapid Critical Appraisal of Scientific Literature (4 May)
Consumer and Community Involvement in Research (18 May)
Survey Design and Techniques (25 May)
Getting the most out of Research Supervision (22 Jun)