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7 03, 2023

Free Webinar: How to Plan for Health Research Impact


Develop your impact planning skills in this practical Knowledge Translation webinar for health clinicians, researchers and policymakers. You'll learn: What Knowledge Translation is How and when to start planning for the impact of new research discoveries How to use Knowledge Translation strategies to transform clinical practice The tools and templates to ...Read More >

Free Webinar: How to Plan for Health Research Impact2023-03-07T02:25:06+00:00
1 03, 2023

Employment opportunity – Communications and Program Officer


Use your communications skills to help improve health in Tasmania. Fixed term, part time (0.6FTE) position until December 2024 Based in Hobart  The Opportunity The Tasmanian Collaboration for Health Improvement (the Collaboration) is a formal partnership between the University, the Tasmanian Department of Health, Primary Health Tasmania and ...Read More >

Employment opportunity – Communications and Program Officer2023-03-01T23:05:54+00:00
7 02, 2023

Join the Collaboration’s Executive Committee


Join the Collaboration's Executive Committee and help drive better health for Tasmanians Help shape a healthier future for Tasmania The Tasmanian Collaboration for Health Improvement is a translational research partnership that brings together people, communities, clinicians, researchers and policy-makers to design research that tackles ...Read More >

Join the Collaboration’s Executive Committee2023-02-21T23:11:38+00:00
6 02, 2023

Strong, Liveable West Coast


Training West Coast Locals to Reach the Quiter Voices in Their Communities Dr Suzie Waddingham is a research fellow with the Collaboration, and the lead researcher for Strong, Liveable West Coast -  a community-led project to improve health and healthcare services for people ...Read More >

Strong, Liveable West Coast2023-02-06T21:57:35+00:00
3 02, 2023

Become a PHAA Member


Ever considered becoming a Public Health Association of Australia member? Here's what it involves. The Public Health Association (PHAA) is Australia’s peak body for public health, advocating for the health and wellbeing of everyone in Australia. PHAA has chosen Hobart to host this year’s Public ...Read More >

Become a PHAA Member2023-02-06T21:58:02+00:00
3 02, 2023

New Faces at the Collaboration


We’ve recently welcomed three new people to the Collaboration’s operations team and governance, each brimming with energy, enthusiasm and experience. Welcome Debbie, Tracey and Graeme! Here’s a little more about them… Professor Tracey Dickson | Board Member Tracey is the Director of the ...Read More >

New Faces at the Collaboration2023-02-03T03:03:38+00:00
3 02, 2023

How To Start a Powerful Conversation About Health


Learn the art of behaviour-change conversation at a Healthy Conversation Skills workshop. Do you want to know how to engage clients, friends and others in helpful conversations about their health? Healthy Conversation Skills (HCS) is a method designed for health professionals, clinicians and educators who want to learn ...Read More >

How To Start a Powerful Conversation About Health2023-02-03T02:26:50+00:00
31 08, 2022

FREE Networking Event – Monday 17 October 2022


Join us to discover what's happening in translational research in Tasmania, and hear how you can get started in translational research. In-person and online registrations are now open. Register now Download the TCHI Event Flyer - 17 October 2022

FREE Networking Event – Monday 17 October 20222022-09-02T01:25:46+00:00
29 11, 2021

Conducting High-Quality Health Research Short Course


This course will give you a crucial understanding of what goes into completing high-quality research projects. Learn the complete timeline of a project, including key milestones to aim for along the way. You’ll be guided through the first steps of finding mentors, formulating a research question and reviewing literature. You’ll ...Read More >

Conducting High-Quality Health Research Short Course2022-03-30T01:57:49+00:00
1 11, 2021

The Healthcare Redesign program


The Healthcare Redesign program MOOC (School of Medicine, University of Tasmania) is a free, six-week course designed to guide you through the principles of health service improvement, utilising healthcare redesign methodology. It will directly build on your experience, equipping you with the knowledge to tackle workplace issues. This course prepares ...Read More >

The Healthcare Redesign program2022-03-30T02:02:14+00:00
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