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    Is translational research everybody's business?

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    Join us to discover what's happening in translational research in Tasmania, and hear how you can get started with translational research.

    Meet health professionals, researchers, and hear from clinical leaders about their current translational research projects.

    Discover more about the Collaboration and how it can help you build your translational research knowledge and capacity.

    With special guest, national lead for translation research Professor Don Nutbeam.

    Monday 17th October

    4:00pm - 6:00pm

    Medical Sciences Building, 17 Liverpool Street, Hobart |Level 1, MSP2.115 Lecture Theatre.


    FREE EVENT

    Networking from 5:30pm. Light refreshments provided

    In person registrations close Monday 10th October

    Online registrations close Thursday 13th October*


    *If you are attending online, please select the online ticket option. The online event will be held via Zoom. Access link will be sent to your registration email on Friday 14th October.


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    Professor Don Nutbeam - Bio

    Professor Nutbeam is Chair of the National Network of translation research centres and Executive Director of Sydney Health Partners, an Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre.

    As a social scientist, Professor Nutbeam’s research interests are the social and behavioural determinants of health, and the development and evaluation of public health interventions. Over more than 40 years, he has made a substantial international impact on the theory, science and practice of health promotion, and contributed to health policy at national and international levels. Professor Nutbeam serves on the boards of Western Sydney Local Health District and Suicide Prevention Australia, and is editor-in-chief of the Sax Institute’s journal Public Health Research and Practice.






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