OPUS regularly host webinars that cover a range of topics and skills geared towards students, researchers and the general public. Browse through our videos to learn something new!
Webinars so far
Dr Kieran O’Sullivan (Uni of Limerick) talks about the public perceptions of lower back pain and how to start changing it.
We highly recommend reviewing reference material (found here) developed with Dr Mary O’Keefe (a Marie Skłodowska-
An introduction to the PhD students in OPUS and their projects followed by a casual discussion between our students.
|Jay-Shian Tan||Movement and wearable wireless movement sensors in knee and back pain||Jayfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tara West||An exploration of the association between movement and pain-related cognitions and emotions in knee email@example.com|
|Nardia Rose-Klem||An exploration of treatment success after total knee replacement firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michelle Tew||Advancing Health Economic Evaluation Methodologies for Health Policy Design||Michelle.email@example.com|
|Sharm Thuraisingam||Using linked primary, secondary and tertiary care data to develop prediction models for total knee replacement in patients with firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jason Trieu||Economic implications of total joint replacement – cost effectiveness and clinical email@example.com|
|Lyndon Hawke||Increasing physical activity after hip and knee joint firstname.lastname@example.org|
In case you missed our 2019 OPUS Forum in late March, Prof Stefan Lohmander from Lund University, Department of Orthopaedics discusses the issues in OA treatment.
Dr Darshini Ayton (Monash University) provides her tips and tricks on how to present a thoughtful and engaging presentation that avoids boring your audience to tears! A perfect introduction and refresher for students and researchers preparing for an upcoming conference.
Review Darshini’s slides here and ensure you view slide #11 in slide show mode to get the most out of the embedded video.
Linked In vs Twitter – Which platform is best for you?
Deenu Rajaratnam, a marketing specialist at the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at the University of Melbourne, discusses pros and cons, tips and tricks to cultivating an audience as an academic. Deenu has been working with academics and researchers for more than a decade to help take their work to the world.
Using multimedia and online resources to enhance research impact and reach
Mental Health and Wellbeing on Social Media: Revelations, Risks and Recommendations
In this webinar, A/Prof Maria Inacio speaks about her experiences and provides tips for fellowship application writing, from the perspective of both an applicant and a reviewer.
Maria is an epidemiologist working in data registry optimisation and translation. She is the Director of the Registry of Senior Australians (ROSA) at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), and was recently awarded an NHMRC Investigator Grant Fellowship to expand her work with ROSA and investigate better ways to monitor and deliver quality health care to the elderly.
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