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NHMRC Early Career Fellow ageing, digital health, medication safety ECR representative award winner 2018
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Emily Reeve Jan 18
I love this about and from - especially the slide that breaks down why it's important for researchers, clinicians and the public!
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Chief Scientist for South Australia Jan 17
Meet 2012 finalist in Early Career STEM professional, Health & Life Sciences Dr Nicole Pratt from Dr Pratt investigated data in computerised healthcare databases to improve the effects of medicine for vulnerable populations.
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Jeremy Farrar Jan 17
Researchers can now transfer Wellcome grants outside the UK and Collaborative Grants can be international partnerships
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Dr Jacinta Johnson Jan 17
The value of active learning among peers in the practice setting is being increasingly recognised, with growing demand for such opportunities. is increasing investment in Australia’s formalised & structured residency program in 2019.
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Juanita Westbury Jan 15
Time for a refresher.....Needless treatments: antipsychotic drugs are rarely effective in 'calming' dementia patients via
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FIP Jan 14
FIP’s “Use of medicines by the elderly: The role of pharmacy in promoting adherence” is now available in Spanish. FIP thanks for its support in the translation of this report.
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MORU Jan 12
Well done , for comprehensive report on drug resistant in remote west & what + are doing w our gov't partners to stop it. Thank you for funding!
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 10
Excellent News. Great to see that UniSA has topped the State once again for graduate employment and employer satisfaction. This is especially important for our new graduates entering the sector supporting and facilitating with dignity.
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Lina R. Bader Jan 8
"No workforce development without workforce intelligence" This is the conclusion our most recent paper makes using the Eastern Mediterranean region as an example. Read our latest publication on workforce intelligence and development in the EMR here:
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FIP YPG Jan 9
The YPG Steering Committee received over 100 applications from young pharmacists& we would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every applicant. Congratulations to the newly selected FIP YPG2019 committee! We hope to see more YPG members in World Congress Abu Dhabi.
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UniSA Jan 9
Great start to in Hahndorf this morning, powering through 112km to finish in Birdwood this afternoon! Go go go!
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Debbie Rigby Jan 8
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UniSA Jan 2
The countdown begins! Just one week out from the start of 2019 with UniSA-Australia's Women's team this year comprising and Anya Louw. High hopes ahead!
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Marta Krasowska Jan 7
Despite Dec 2018 being personally difficult it was also very productive. We had three papers published: 1) ; 2) ; and 3) AND three more submitted!
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Andrea Ruecker Jan 7
Nothing else to add!’Millions at risk' if antimalarial drug resistance spreads from Asia, doctors warn Thx for this insightful report
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Florence Cotel Dec 19
Thank you 🙏 We have a few members proudly representing UniSA Marnie Winters | Duy Tran | Renly Lim But help is always Welcome!!
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Florence Cotel Dec 19
And that’s a wrap! Last meeting for steering committee members before the end-of-year break! BLiSS is proud to count almost 50 dedicated and dynamic volunteers that work hand in hand to , in Brisbane (lead by ) and Adelaide (lead by )
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naomi.hull Jan 4
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Elon Musk Jan 3
There are no coincidences
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Renly Jan 3
2019 1st day: Paper submitted (4th time) got 2nd: Got an email from a researcher saying that “your paper helps me a lot in my thesis” & “your teamwork really inspires me” 3rd: Submitted a PhD paper I should have finished in 2016
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