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9:00 am - 11:00 am - 21 July 2023


Workshop 1

Human Research Ethics: What are the challenges?
Before you begin preparing your application for consideration by an ethics committee is an important to understand the challenges for committee members, researchers and institutions. This workshop will discuss common and uncommon challenges including how to determine the requirement for ethics review and the level of review, risk adapted approach to ethics review and the distinction between ethics review and institutional site governance review. The workshop will be delivered by Professor Paul Gatenby AM, Chair of the ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee. Your comments and queries are welcome. 
Presenter: Prof Paul Gatenby, ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee
When: Friday 21 July, 9.30-10.30

Workshop 2

Research Communication: Connecting your research with the people who need it 
Presented by the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, participants in this interactive workshop will work through a range of interactive scenarios and exercises, and discuss key science communication research, to hone their understanding of research communication concepts and practices. 
The workshop will involve exploring communication goals, understanding key audiences and stakeholders, and strategies and tactics for engaging. Participants will interrogate stakeholder values, ways of generating impact, and building compelling hooks to get people intrigued and engaged.
Numbers are limited so secure your place now by registering.

Workshop leader: A/Prof Will Grant, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science

When: Friday 21 July, 9.30am – 11.30am, 2 Bowes St Phillip.

Register online today

Workshop 3

Gaining access to a rich population data resource: CanDLe, the Enduring Cancer Data Linkage program

The Enduring Cancer Data Linkage (CanDLe) for health services research in New South Wales and ACT is a Cancer Institute NSW initiative that provides health data from NSW and ACT to a network of approved and trusted cancer researchers. Through a novel governance model, it aims to advance the pace, quantity and quality of population-wide cancer research. This workshop will include a presentation on the CanDLe program, a description of the data available, what it can be used for and the process for gaining access to this rich resource. Future plans will be explored and there will be a Q&A discussion responding to any questions from workshop participants to complete the 45 minute session. The session will be recorded and available on the CHARM website for anyone who cannot attend online on the day. 

Presenter: Lisa McCallum, Cancer Institute NSW
When: Friday 21 July, 10.30-11am


Workshop 4

Impact Analysis

Participants in the impact analysis workshop will gain a better understanding of the challenges of impact analysis in Public Health. They will learn the different domains involved in the analysis of impact in implementation research with specific examples of instruments and cases.
Presenter: Prof Luis Salvador-Carulla
When: Friday 21 July, 10.30-11.30am, University of Canberra