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School of Nursing and Midwifery - Research Nibbles # 4

Session 1: “Community, Climate and Health: Strategies to develop or support a network of community groups to tackle a tough research problem”

Session 2: “HDR student and supervisor team experiences from someone who is about to complete”
20 JUN 2023
12.00 PM - 1.00 PM

Session 1. Dr Carina Anderson will discuss various aspects of navigating collaborations to addressing challenges associates with climate and health within the community setting. Although focussing on her work, she discusses the positives and challenges that have emerged through collaboration.

Session 2. Ms Barbara Black provides key insights into her research journey while undertaking her PhD, while also providing key insights from her findings. This presentation is interesting from a professional perspective regarding the findings of the research for practice, but also insightful for supervisors and both academic staff and others who are undertaking HDR studies.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

Session 1

  • define and describe the value of collaboration to address a research question or a limitation of a study 
  • discuss how to collaboration to address gaps in research can open doors to new and exciting research opportunities

Session 2

  • define and describe the enablers and barriers that supervisors and candidates may encounter when traversing a research candidature
  • discuss potential solutions to meet the objectives of a candidate’s research program, and what lessons can be learned to ensure the best possible outcomes for candidate and supervisor relationship
  • outline the research journey in relation to the research findings presented and practical lessons learned throughout the candidature tenure