Researchers from CSIRO (Australian eHealth Research Centre) and Queensland University of Technology are conducting a user study to test
Exciting opportunity for 6th year students!
The Medic Portal has just launched a new Australian website in partnership with the Royal Society of Melbourne with UCAT tips for aspiring medics. They are currently looking for student writers at Australian medical schools to help build the online resources as a paid opportunity.
There is a research opportunity for students who are keen to work with ICU Registrar Sam Gluck who is completing a PhD. The project involves data collection and the students involved would be part of the research team, receive training in research governance and the consent process, as well as be given a voluntary appointment with ICU research, and receive authorship on any manuscripts that originate from the project. The project involves using Google Maps Timeline data from patients' smartphones to assess patients' risk of readmission to hospital. The students would approach patients admitted under General Medicine at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and facilitate gathering this data from patients using their smartphone and several questionnaires. The students would be expected to attend the Royal Adelaide Hospital on rostered days to recruit patients.
In 2019 the Australia and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting is being held in Adelaide. They are looking for volunteers to help from Monday 13th - Wednesday 15th of May, at the Adelaide Convention Centre. This is a great opportunity to volunteer at a large event.
Keen to make some quick cash? Passionate about student education? Elsevier have launched a new platform, ClinicalKey Medical Education (CKME) as a complementary solution to a platform you may already be familiar with, ClinicalKey, that will be presented at a Year 1, 2 and 3 Discipline of Medical Education committee meeting on Monday 15th October at Adelaide Uni. You'll be compensated $100 voucher for your time (30 minute interview). If you are interested in coming along, click the link below to register your interest!
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6th Annual Symposium titled "At the Frontiers of Neuroscience: Signs and Symptoms." This meeting brings together leading industry, academic and clinical experts, with topics spanning new advances and novel target research across memory, anxiety, PTSD and mood disorders.
The University of Melbourne is looking for male clinical models for the iHeartScan workshop in Adelaide on the 4-5 October at the Playford Hotel. The purpose of the workshop is for doctors to gain experience using ultrasound machines on patients and view ultrasound heart images in real time.