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Renly
NHMRC Early Career Fellow and a 🕵🏻‍♀️Ageing, digital health, medication safety Research Leadership Committee ECR representative
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Michelle Tuckey Apr 18
Crazy Socks 4 Docs - proceeds will support our work on & prevention for - come along - please RT
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Teri Charrois Apr 16
Nothing like a catchy title for our new article: Professional abstinence: What does it mean for pharmacists?
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Michael Leach Apr 18
Dear Canberrans, I recommend attending this event at Bolt Bar to hear Dr Imaina Widagdo present research she conducted at
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Lauren Burton Apr 14
Replying to @sar_sinclair
Embedding Pharmacists at transitions of care and mandating that a patient must see a pharmacist especially when their ongoing treatment and health depends on medicines is critical and not involving a pharmacist is borderline negligent
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UniSA Newsroom Apr 16
More than 13,000 Australians each year may be at risk of becoming dependent on following elective surgery, according to new research from published in the today:
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Renly Apr 16
Our paper out today looking at use following elective surgery at one year after hospital discharge.
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Arry Tanusondjaja Apr 11
A dear family friend has lost her Dad in Indonesia. A similar thing happened to me years ago ... Being so far away from your family when momentous events occur is a massive unconsidered cost of being a migrant.
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Michelle Oppert Apr 9
Really awesome final day of Redefining Healthy Ageing at . I was reinvigorated as to why I'm researching in my field and loved learning about all the awesome projects other are involved in. The focus on community engagement = 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
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Daniel Hoyle Apr 8
Hey everyone! Please vote for me in the Tas Young Achiever Awards. Let's see a and advocate for get up!
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Renly Apr 8
This hypothetical older adult definitely needs some med review. on attitudes of older adults and caregivers in Australia towards
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Monica Cations ✌🏼 Apr 7
Prof Nicholas Proctor provides a devastating reminder of the failings at Oakden - we MUST learn from the past; all facilities must have an inclusive and resident-focussed culture, adequate infrastructure, strong allied health presence
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Renly Apr 8
Wonder if we can start prescribing and dispensing “walking”, “cycling” and “swimming” instead of statins, anti-hypertensives, sedatives etc
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Renly Apr 7
Always so refreshing and inspiring to hear stories from Professor Nicholas Procter at the Theo Murphy Australian Frontiers of Science Conference
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Sharad Kumar Apr 4
The Price for ‘Predatory’ Publishing? $50 Million
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BLiSS_emcr Apr 3
Replying to @BLiSS_emcr
Ah, the joys of technology! I missed the attached .gif :)
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BLiSS_emcr Mar 29
95%of attendees recommend BLiSS • 1 in 3 met a potential at the 💡 smashes walls between disciplines to facilitate new collaboration ➡️abstract submission closes April 8 ➡️Register now at
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UniSA Research Mar 31
Opportunity for a star candidate to join the team and contribute to the continuing delivery of the best possible research training: seeking a Policy & Impact Officer.
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Renly Apr 1
Replying to @TheRealDrGiles
Bought a car recently - cars are definitely a lot more complicated these days!
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Ross McLennan Mar 28
Needless to say I’m more than a little bit proud to work for UniSA. This week more than most as outcomes of national assessments confirm that 100% of is rated at or above world standard, AND that is rated #1 in Australia for delivering outcomes!
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Bipin Adhikari Mar 25
Community Engagement in Malaria Elimination studies: It is key to understand target communities and provide information in tailored ways, using community engagement that engenders trust. ,
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