Barwon Health and Deakin University Research Week

Research Week showcases our research activities and includes guest lectures by prominent Geelong researchers, various presentations, and education sessions aimed at early researchers. 

In 2017, Research Week events will take place at St Mary's Library and Research Centre, 192 Myers St, Geelong, from 13 -17 November. 

The week will feature free workshops for researchers, with topics including how to get a research grant, fundamental concepts of research design and opportunities for postgraduate training.

Public forums on childhood obesity and communication skills are sure to generate public interest, while Friday’s Barwon v Deakin panel discussion on physician-assisted dying enables the public to hear first-hand both sides of the voluntary euthanasia debate. To close the event, Professor Trisha Dunning will present the 10th Annual World Diabetes Day lecture.

Read the calendar of events here.

Workshops

WORKSHOP 1 - Mon, 13 Nov 12.30pm
Who’s who in Barwon Health’s Research Support Zoo?​

WORKSHOP 2 - Tue, 14 Nov 8am
​Searching, Publishing and Making an Impact​

WORKSHOP 3 - Tue, 14 Nov 4pm
​Research Design Fundamental Concepts

WORKSHOP 4 - Thu, 16 Nov 12.30pm
What do we want? Research Grants. How do we get them? NOW!​

WORKSHOP 5 - Thu, 16 Nov 3pm
​Opportunities for Postgraduate Training

Click here for full workshop details, including how to register.

Workshops

WORKSHOP 1 - Mon, 13 Nov 12.30pm
Who’s who in Barwon Health’s Research Support Zoo?​
 
WORKSHOP 2 - Tue, 14 Nov 8am
​Searching, Publishing and Making an Impact​
 
WORKSHOP 3 - Tue, 14 Nov 4pm
​Research Design Fundamental Concepts
 
WORKSHOP 4 - Thu, 16 Nov 12.30pm
What do we want? Research Grants. How do we get them? NOW!​
 
WORKSHOP 5 - Thu, 16 Nov 3pm
​Opportunities for Postgraduate Training
 
Click here for full workshop details, including how to register.

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.