|Vegetables high in prebiotic fibre|
10 Aug 2014
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What's on for this week
|Tue Aug 12||10:00AM||►||2014 CCS 3MT competition|
|Thu Aug 14||6:00 PM||►||2014 AMREP student information night|
|Mon 18-Fri Aug 22||►||MNHS Research week|
|Wed Aug 20||12:30 PM||►||PhD Mid-candidature review|
|Fri Aug 29||1:30 PM||►||Monash Institute of Medical Engineering Meeting
Major CCS events
2014 CCS 3MT competition
Central Clinical School HDR students regularly compete in the "Three Minute Thesis" competition (3MT), offered in every Australian university. The CCS 3 Minute Thesis Competition is an opportunity for HDR students to convey the relevance and importance of their research in just 3 minutes. 2014 CCS 3MT will be held on Tuesday 12 August 10-11am at Lecture theatre, Level 5, Alfred Centre. Please come along and support the participants. All welcome. CLICK HERE to RSVP. Please visit the CCS 3MT competition page for participants' profiles and other information.
Please see: 2015 CCS Postgraduate and Honours project index booklet (806 kb pdf) for the projects on offer for 2015.
14 August 2014 AMREP student information night
Prof Stephen Jane congratulating
Eleanor Woolveridge on her award
|The Australian delegation with |
Minister Andrew Robb
(Photo: David Fisher)
"The week has exceeded every expectation that I had. It has been inspirational. I'd seen the motto or the slogan—inspire, educate, connect—but I didn't really identify with it, and all of those things have been true for all of us and I think that is what has made the meeting. We are inspired in a way we never imagined we would be..."
Last week Australia-India Trauma Systems Collaboration (AITSC) hosted its Improving Trauma Care Roundtable at the AMREP theatre. The interactive forum brought together practitioners, researchers and policy makers from Australia and India, and was a wonderful opportunity to engage and learn about the challenges of improving trauma care and how the AITSC is addressing these challenges. Improved trauma systems are a part of the solution to the global injury epidemic and have been very successful in Victoria. The roundtable discussed whether they could work to reduce the 5 million trauma deaths elsewhere in the world. Many thanks to those who attended the session, and a special thanks to our Indian delegates and speakers.
|Our first group of participants|
The course received good feedback from participants. All attendees said that they would recommend the course to a colleague.