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The Research Proposal
 
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Postgraduate students embarking on a research project are usually required to submit a Research Proposal before they can start. This Video Lecture covers the most important aspects of a Research Proposal which potential researchers need to know.
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Writing a research proposal
 
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Writing a research proposal
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NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan: Human Health - video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding human health. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was: Prof AJ McMichael (ANU) (Chair) Dr Haylee Weaver (ANU) Dr Helen Berry (ANU) Dr Paul Beggs (Macquarie) Prof Bart Currie (Menzies School of Health Research) Dr John Higgins (DCC) Prof Brian Kelly (Newcastle) Prof Jan McDonald (NCCARF) Dr Tharman Saverimuttu (DCC) Prof Shilu Tong (QUT)
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NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan   Human Health   video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding human health. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was: Prof AJ McMichael (ANU) (Chair) Dr Haylee Weaver (ANU) Dr Helen Berry (ANU) Dr Paul Beggs (Macquarie) Prof Bart Currie (Menzies School of Health Research) Dr John Higgins (DCC) Prof Brian Kelly (Newcastle) Prof Jan McDonald (NCCARF) Dr Tharman Saverimuttu (DCC) Prof Shilu Tong (QUT)
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Inside UTS's new Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building
 
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A cornerstone of the billion dollar UTS City Campus Master Plan, this landmark building was designed by Durbach Block Jaggers, in association with BVN Architecture. The new Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building opened for teaching at the start of Semester 1, 2015, and features advanced health and science labs, learning technologies and state-of-the art sustainability solutions. It is also only the second university building in NSW and ninth in Australia to achieve the six-star Green Star Design rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. Take a tour of the building's stunning interiors and hear about its impact on the future of learning and research in this video. Find out more about the building here: http://www.uts.edu.au/partners-and-community/initiatives/city-campus-master-plan/completed-projects/science-and-graduate
Close the gap | James Fitzpatrick | TEDxPerth
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. James Fitzpatrick is a consultant paediatrician, researcher and entrepreneur. He established Patches Paediatrics to harness the creativity of private enterprise and the precision of science to address seemingly intractable health problems in Aboriginal communities. James was awarded Young Australian of the Year in 2001 for his work in Aboriginal health, rural health workforce improvement and youth suicide prevention. As a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney, and a former Infantry soldier, James combines a scientific approach with a reputation for getting things done. James is the founder and Director of Patches Paediatrics, a child health service that is revolutionalising child health services in remote communities. He is also the founder of True Blue Dreaming, an Outback Youth Mentoring Program working with communities in the WA Wheatbelt and Kimberley regions. He advises the Federal Minister for Indigenous health on strategies to ‘Close the Gap’ in Indigenous health disparity and was influential in shaping the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2013 - 2023. James Fitzpatrick is a consultant paediatrician, researcher and entrepreneur. He established Patches Paediatrics to harness the creativity of private enterprise and the precision of science to address seemingly intractable health problems in Aboriginal communities. James was awarded Young Australian of the Year in 2001 for his work in Aboriginal health, rural health workforce improvement and youth suicide prevention. As a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney, and a former Infantry soldier, James combines a scientific approach with a reputation for getting things done. James is the founder and Director of Patches Paediatrics, a child health service that is revolutionalising child health services in remote communities. He is also the founder of True Blue Dreaming, an Outback Youth Mentoring Program working with communities in the WA Wheatbelt and Kimberley regions. He advises the Federal Minister for Indigenous health on strategies to ‘Close the Gap’ in Indigenous health disparity and was influential in shaping the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2013 - 2023. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Quality Improvement in Healthcare
 
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Thanks to St. Michael's Hospital http://www.stmichaelshospital.com, Health Quality Ontario http://www.hqontario.ca, and Institute for Healthcare Improvement http://www.ihi.org Check out our new website http://www.evanshealthlab.com/ Follow Dr. Mike for new videos! http://twitter.com/docmikeevans Dr. Mike Evans is a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine. He is a Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute and has an endowed Chair in Patient Engagement and Childhood Nutrition at the University of Toronto. Written, Narrated and Produced by Dr. Mike Evans Illustrations by Liisa Sorsa Directed and Photographed by Mark Ellam Produced by Nick De Pencier Editor, David Schmidt Story/Graphic Facilitator, Disa Kauk Production Assistant, Chris Niesing Director of Operations, Mike Heinrich ©2014 Michael Evans and Reframe Health Films Inc.
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Introducing the VCCC's Strategic Research Plan 2017-20
 
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If you are a Victorian cancer researcher, clinician, nurse or work in allied health, the VCCC's Strategic Research Plan offers opportunities in leadership, research, education and clinical trials.
Facts about the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating (AGHE) - Refresh.ED
 
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The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating is the basis for nutrition education in Australia. This video for teachers explains core concepts including food groups, proportions, variety and foods to eat only sometimes and in small amount. The Child Health Promotion Research Centre (CHPRC) at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in conjunction with the WA Department of Health developed a set of food and nutrition curriculum materials, known as Refresh.ED. Refresh.ED is a resource to help teachers introduce food and nutrition in their classrooms. For more information on Refresh.ED and to access curriculum materials http://www.refreshedschools.health.wa.gov.au/ For more information on the Child Health Promotion Research Centre (CHPRC) at Edith Cowan University (ECU): http://www.chprc.ecu.edu.au/
Views: 14813 Edith Cowan University
Healthy Eating, Healthy Lifestyle: Eat for Health - Australian Dietary Guidelines
 
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Join Dr Norman Swan and the panel as they discuss the what in reality is healthy eating and how to apply the updated 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines. The Guidelines offer stronger evidence-based recommendations on how to best enjoy a healthy diet to optimise health, maintain healthy weight and reduce the risk of diet related disease for a wide range of Australians. Watch this program to gain insight into the 5 key elements of the Guidelines, the extensive resources and ways in which these can be applied to all healthy Australians to combat weight related issues. The 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines are part of the Eat for Health program. The Guidelines have been developed by the Department of Health and Ageing in conjunction with the National Health and Medical Research Council which provide evidence based nutrition recommendations for healthy Australians across all population groups from birth through to 70 years of age. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
Views: 17770 Rural Health Channel
John Australian Talk
 
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NRMN Health Research Talks - Ep. 8: Informed Consent and Bioethics w/Dr. Stephen Sodeke
 
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Why is Informed Consent Important? A Bioethics Discussion Stephen O. Sodeke, PhD, MA Bioethicist and Professor of Allied Health Sciences Tuskegee University National Center for Bioethics in Research and Healthcare
NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan: Marine Biodiversity - video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding the diversity and health of life in the marine environment. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was lead by: Prof Bruce Mapstone (ACE CRC) (Chair) Dr Peter Appleford (Victorian Fisheries) Dr Kathleen Broderick (GBRMPA) A/Prof Rod Connolly (Griffith University) Dr John Higgins (DCCEE) Dr Alistair Hobday (CSIRO) Prof Terry Hughes (James Cook University) Dr Paul Marshall (GBRMPA) Prof Jan McDonald (NCCARF) Marie Waschka (NCCARF)
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Professor Glenn Wightwick on the new Science and Graduate School of Health Building
 
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Professor Glenn Wightwick, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) speaks about the new Science and Graduate School of Health Building. A cornerstone of the billion dollar UTS City Campus Master Plan, this landmark building was designed by Durbach Block Jaggers, in association with BVN Architecture. The new Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building opened for teaching at the start of Semester 1, 2015, and features advanced health and science labs, learning technologies and state-of-the art sustainability solutions. It is also only the second university building in NSW and ninth in Australia to achieve the six-star Green Star Design rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. Take a tour of the building's stunning interiors and hear about its impact on the future of learning and research in this video. Find out more about the building here: www.uts.edu.au/partners-and-community/initiatives/city-campus-master-plan/completed-projects/science-and-graduate
What South Australians told us about Mental Health & Wellbeing
 
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Since October, over 2200 South Australians have shared with us their stories, ideas and concerns about mental health and wellbeing in South Australia. We've compiled the Top 7 Themes consistently heard from these conversations, consultations, submissions and surveys into the Key Findings Discussion Paper. Go to samentalhealthcommission.com.au to see the Paper. The release of this Discussion Paper is an important next stage for the Commission as we lead the development of our State’s new Mental Health Strategic Plan. The Plan will help set the direction for strengthening the mental wellbeing of South Australians and will be released later this year. SA Mental Health Commissioner Chris Burns has thanked South Australians who so generously shared their views with the Commission team.
Professor Tony McMichael: a healthy and sustainable Australia
 
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Professor Tony McMichael of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at ANU on 'What a healthy and sustainable Australia would look like'. This video interview was conducted by Bobby Cereni. Professor McMichael's primary research focus is on global climate change, environmental conditions and human health -- with studies at local, national and international levels. His early research and writing on the health risks of climate change, in the 1990s, led on to his role in health risk assessment for the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 1993-2007). During 2001-07, as Director of NCEPH, he developed research programs on the health impacts of large-scale environmental and climatic changes, environmental influences on autoimmune diseases, and relationships between urban environments, human ecology and health. His team's program on climate change and health is one of the largest and most internationally active in the world. He has been an advisor on environmental health issues to WHO (with whom he works closely on climate change), the UN Environment Program, the World Bank, the Tropical Diseases Research Program (TDR) and other international bodies. His interests in environmental, social, cultural and evolutionary influences on disease patterns underpin a further research involvement in relation to emerging infectious diseases, in this 'renaissant' microbial era.
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NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan: Emergency Management - video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding managing emergencies. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was led by: Mr Tony Pearce (Emergency Management Australia) (Chair) Professor John Handmer (RMIT) Dr John Higgins (DCCEE) Associate Professor David King (James Cook University) Professor Jan McDonald (NCCARF) Mr Frank Pagano (Emergency Management Queensland) Dr John Schneider (Geoscience Australia) Dr Penny Whetton (CSIRO)
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Road Map 3 – Strategy to improve Indigenous health
 
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A comprehensive 10 year strategic framework to improve the health of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population has been released. Visit http://beta.nhmrc.gov.au/road-map-3 for full details. This includes: - Road Map 3: A strategic framework for improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health through research (Road Map 3) - Action Plan (2018-2021) - NHMRC Report Card 2017 – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research and researchers - Road Map 3: A strategic framework for improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health through research - Report of Community Consultation Hear from NHMRC’s Principal Committee Indigenous Caucus about Road Map 3
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NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan   Marine Biodiversity   video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding the diversity and health of life in the marine environment. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was lead by: Prof Bruce Mapstone (ACE CRC) (Chair) Dr Peter Appleford (Victorian Fisheries) Dr Kathleen Broderick (GBRMPA) A/Prof Rod Connolly (Griffith University) Dr John Higgins (DCCEE) Dr Alistair Hobday (CSIRO) Prof Terry Hughes (James Cook University) Dr Paul Marshall (GBRMPA) Prof Jan McDonald (NCCARF) Marie Waschka (NCCARF)
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NCCARF National Adaptation Research Plan: Settlements and Infrastructure - video
 
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Overview of research priorities to help Australia better adapt to climate change regarding human settlements and related infrastructure. The NCCARF National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plans are an important tool for coordinating climate change adaptation research across Australia. The plans identify critical gaps in the information available to decision-makers in key vulnerable sectors and regions, set national research priorities, and identify science capacity that could be harnessed to conduct priority research. These Plans have been developed around 9 priority themes. The writing team was led by: Bruce Thom (University of Sydney) Jennifer Cane (Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria) Ron Cox (University of New South Wales) Catherine Farrell (Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency) Peter Hayes (RMIT University) Robert Kay (Coastal Zone Management Pty Ltd) Allen Kearns (CSIRO) Darryl Low Choy (Griffith University) John McAneney (Macquarie University) Jan McDonald (Griffith University) Michael Nolan (Maunsell AECOM) Barbara Norman (University of Canberra) Jonathan Nott (James Cook University) Tim Smith (University of the Sunshine Coast)
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National Health and Medical Research Council - Grant Review Panels 2015
 
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The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is Australia's peak body for supporting health and medical research. Each year the NHMRC conducts a Grants Review Panel to review applications for funding. We produced an orientation video for the panel members. A large amount of information had to be illustrated without any footage available. We’ve has been asked to update this video each year since 2011.
Views: 86 MatchFrame Media
Report Writing
 
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This video lecture explains how to put a report together as an assignment, and focuses on the elements which are required in a good report.
Views: 594628 Massey University
Agenda 21, The Plan To Kill You -  David Icke
 
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World Tour Tickets - http://www.TheWorldWideWakeUp.com 2016/17 Agenda 21 or Agenda 2030 The Plan To Kill You - David Icke - The United Nations Depopulation Plan The global cabal of U.N. Agenda 21 is behind global warming, regionalism, zoning, land and water use control, wealth redistribution, weakening and eventual replacement of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, global warming, cap and trade, Smart Grid, Smart Meters, carbon taxes, high gasoline prices, global citizens, IB World Schools, Common Core nationalized education standards, biofuels, Marxist advancement across the globe, food control, water access control via the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), gun control, health control, the Arab Spring/Winter, unchecked illegal immigration, and they are unstoppable.’ All David's Books Now Available Here http://www.DavidIckeStore.com Social Media https://www.facebook.com/davidicke/ https://twitter.com/davidicke To have David's Videocast sent to you in full every week, Click here http://www.davidicke.com/register http://www.DavidIckeStore.com All David's Books Now Available Here http://www.TheWorldWideWakeUp.com 2016/17 World Tour Tickets http://www.DavidIcke.com/headlines Latest News From David Icke http://www.UnreportedTruth.com - Videos, Articles and Social Media For The People By The People http://www.RichieAllen.co.uk - Europe's Number One Independent Radio Show Music - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/ICD-10/Kai_Engel_-_ICD-10_-_06_Oneiri
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World MS Day 2018 event - Roadmap to Defeat Multiple Sclerosis in Australia
 
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Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Australian Federal Minister for Health, committed to working with both MS Australia and MS Research Australia over the next 6 months, to develop a 10-year plan to implement our 'Roadmap to Defeat Multiple Sclerosis in Australia' at our event on World MS Day 2018. We were delighted to also receive bi-partisan support for this initiative from the Hon Catherine King MP, Shadow Minister for Health. You can learn more about our activities on World MS Day here: https://www.msaustralia.org.au/stay-connected/world-ms-day-2018
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Qualitative Research Methods in Health - Assignment One
 
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Qualitative Research Methods in Health - Assignment One - Group Assignment. Vulnerable Populations - Substance Abuse A mock-interview of researchers being evaluated by the ethics committee in order to gain a grant. The questions will cover some of the practical and ethical implications of conducting a qualitative research design on substance abusers, since they belong to a vulnerable group. References: Carlson, R. G., Siegal, H.A., & Falck, R. S. (1995). Qualitative research methods in drug abuse and AIDS prevention research: An overview. National Institute on Drugs Abuse Research Monograph Series: Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research, 157(6), 6-26. Kaiser, K. (2009). Protecting respondent confidentiality in qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 19(11), 162-1641. doi: 10.1177/1049732309350879 Kelly, B. (2010). Sampling and recruitment issues in qualitative drugs research: reflections on the study of club drug users in metro New York. Substance Use & Misuse, 45(5), 671-683. doi: 10.3109/10826081003594799 Levy, S., Weiss, R., Sherritt, L., Ziemnik, R., Spalding, A., Van Hook, S., & Shrier, L.A. (2014). An electronic screen for triaging adolescent substance use by risk levels. JAMA Pediatrics, 168(9), 822–828. doi: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2014.774 National Health and Medical Research Council. (2010). Ethical issues in research into alcohol and other drugs: an issues paper exploring the need for a guidance framework. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government. National Health and Medical Research Council. (2014). National statement on ethical conduct in human research. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government. Orb, A., Eisenhauer, L., Wynaden, D. (2001). Ethics in Qualitative Research. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 33(1), 93-96. Sloboda, Z. (Ed). (2005). Epidemiology of Drug Abuse. Akron, OH, USA: Springer.
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Tony McMichael - Reducing health risks: setting the adaptation task in context
 
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Plenary 2 - Health, society and adaptation. Tony McMichael of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) Adaptation in Action Conference, June 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. Policy makers, researchers and practitioners talked about their work and experience with climate change adaptation. Go to www.nccarf.edu.au
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How To Defend Your Thesis? Top 10 Tips For Success
 
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In this video, I present 10 things we can do to prepare for the oral defense of a (doctoral) thesis / dissertation. I talk about how to deal with nervousness, how to best answer questions that we know the answers to, and how to tackle those questions to which we have no answers. I also share a few additional thoughts or reflections on the practice or oral defenses. You may agree or disagree, these are just my personal views, for the present time. Please LIKE this video if you enjoyed it. Otherwise, there is a thumb-down button, too... :P ▶ Please SUBSCRIBE to see new videos (almost) every week! ◀ ▼MY OTHER CHANNEL (MUSIC AND PIANO TUTORIALS)▼ https://www.youtube.com/ranywayz ▼MY SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES▼ https://www.facebook.com/ranywayz https://nl.linkedin.com/in/ranywayz https://www.twitter.com/ranywayz Animations are made with Sparkol. Music files retrieved from YouTube Audio Library. All images used in this video are free stock images or are available in the public domain. The views expressed in this video are my own and do not necessarily reflect the organizations with which I am affiliated. #ThesisDefense #OralDefense #RanywayzRandom
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OPAL research reactor animation
 
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Take a look inside Australia’s only nuclear reactor OPAL. At the heart of ANSTO’s research capabilities is the OPAL research reactor which is one of the world’s most effective multipurpose research reactors. OPAL is used for scientific research, the production of medical radioisotopes, and the irradiation of silicon used in microelectronics and other specialised irradiations for research and industry.
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Dr Grant Thorp - Scientist, Plant & Food Research Australia
 
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Plant & Food Research Australia's Dr Grant Thorp discusses his career and his role delivering R&D to support Australian Primary Industries. www.plantandfood.com.au See more of Dr Thorp at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM44yQ5Bp4c
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Release 12 Overview - Research Data Australia. April 2014
 
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A brief overview of the new functionality in the release 12 software for Research Data Australia
Improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
 
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In partnership with the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH), four Medicare Locals in south-east Queensland are working together to fund and deliver an innovative program that aims to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. In this video, IUIH regional care coordinator John Gill, and Colleen Costello, an Indigenous Elder from Stradbroke Island, discuss how the Care Coordination and Supplimentary Services program is helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients with chronic diseases by improving their access to coordinated multidisciplinary care. The program is funded by the Department of Health and Ageing. Working in partnership with the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) to deliver the program are the Metro North Brisbane, Greater Metro South Brisbane, West Moreton-Oxley and Gold Coast Medicare Locals. The program is open to any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who: * has at least one of the following chronic diseases -- diabetes, cancer, chronic renal (kidney) disease, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease * has a care plan * has a completed Indigenous Health Check To find out more about the program in the Metro North Brisbane region, contact our Service Provider Development Officer, Mr Warwick Pawsey, on 07 3490 3405. Video filmed and produced by Damian Caniglia. http://damiancaniglia.com.au/
Views: 7738 Brisbane North PHN
Hazard, Risk & Safety - Understanding Risk Assessment, Management and Perception
 
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(subtitles available in English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Chinese and Russian, German, and a French version is available here: https://youtu.be/wRmfvFYDNr8) Hazard, Risk & Safety Danger, risques et sécurité Gevaar, risico's en veiligheid Peligro, riesgo y seguridad Опасность, риск и безопасность Gefahr, Risiko und Sicherheit We all hear these terms on a daily basis. So and so a chemical, physical or a biological agent poses a risk; This or that product is a hazard or behaving a certain way is unsafe. A lot of the time “hazard” and “risk” are freely used to mean the same thing. However they are not. Hazard is the potential to cause harm. Risk on the other hand is the likelihood of harm in defined circumstances. In a nutshell, hazard and risk are not always aligned as the risk depends on the exposure to the hazard ; similarly, risk, safety and perception of risk are not always aligned; this can make political decisions regarding safety levels difficult to make, in these cases it is especially important to base them on facts rather than on subjective perceptions. http://www.greenfacts.org
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Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Nutrition and Inflammation'
 
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Dr. Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Australia. Along with his wife Belinda, Gary has also opened the 'Nutrition for Life – Diabetes and Health Research Centre' based in Launceston which provides nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. Gary has a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcomes, particularly before operating on his patients. Recently an AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) investigation into Gary’s qualifications to give nutritional advice has concluded. This investigation (which lasted for more than two years) has resulted in Gary being issued a ‘caution’. The Medical Board of Tasmania, under the umbrella of the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority, have advised him; ”In particular, that he does not provide specific advice or recommendations on the subject of nutrition and how it relates to the management of diabetes or the treatment and/or prevention of cancer.” They may silence the messenger, but they can’t silence the message. A .PDF version of the slides used in this presentation is available here; http://denversdietdoctor.com/dr-gary-fettke-nutrition-inflammation/
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Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Is Fruit Good or Bad For You?'
 
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Dr. Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Australia. Along with his wife Belinda, Gary has also opened the 'Nutrition for Life – Diabetes and Health Research Centre' based in Launceston which provides nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. Gary has a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcomes, particularly before operating on his patients. Recently an AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) investigation into Gary’s qualifications to give nutritional advice has concluded. This investigation (which lasted for more than two years) has resulted in Gary being issued a ‘caution’. The Medical Board of Tasmania, under the umbrella of the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority, have advised him; ”In particular, that he does not provide specific advice or recommendations on the subject of nutrition and how it relates to the management of diabetes or the treatment and/or prevention of cancer.”
Views: 94961 Low Carb Down Under
Re “image” ining Indigenous Gang Involvement in Canada, Australia and New Zealand
 
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This talk focuses on Robert Henry’s research with Indigenous men and women who were involved in street gangs. Through modified photovoice methods, Robert examines the ways in which Indigenous men and women engage in street lifestyles, where the street gang becomes a site of survivance challenging settler colonialism. Linkages between Canada, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia will also be examined to understand how settler colonialism impacts Indigenous street gang involvement. Robert Henry, Ph.D., is Métis from Prince Albert, SK and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary, in the Department of Sociology. Robert’s research areas include Indigenous street gangs and gang theories, Indigenous masculinities, Indigenous and critical research methodologies, youth mental health, and visual research methods. Working closely with community partners, he published a collection of narratives from his Ph.D. research titled, Brighter Days Ahead (2014). Robert has also published in the areas of Indigenous masculinity, Indigenous health, youth subcultures, and criminal justice.
Enterprising Research: The prevalence of elder abuse in South Australia
 
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The University of South Australia's Professor Wendy Lacey leads a research project which looks at the prevalence of elder abuse in South Australia. The project involves researchers from the disciplines of law, social work, and linguistics, and aligns with UniSA's research theme 'An Age Friendly World'. It is co-funded by the Office for the Aging, based in the Department of Health in South Australia.
Is a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet an Answer to Chronic Disease? 2017 Documentary
 
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Is a whole food plant-based diet the answer to chronic / modern disease? Find out in this new 2017 short documentary, which features a number of doctors discussing the benefits of vegan dieting, including Dr Kim Williams (immediate past president of the US College of Cardiology) among others. Plant Based News has collaborated with Raw Events Australia, I Feel Good and Pineana for this film project http://www.raweventsaustralia.com/ https://www.ifeelgood.com.au/ https://www.pineana.com/ Presenters: Dr. Kim Williams Dr Heleen Roex Dr. Alphonse Roex Dr. Malcolm Mackay CHECK OUT DR. HELEEN ROEX'S NEW WEBSITE HERE: http://drroex.com CHECK OUT DR MALCOLM MACKAY'S WEBSITE: http://www.wholefoodsplantbasedhealth.com.au/ Thanks to Ben Raymond for the footage: https://www.benraymondcinematography.com/ China study: https://www.amazon.co.uk/China-Study-Comprehensive-Nutrition-Implications/dp/1932100660 How not to die: https://nutritionfacts.org/book/ • SIGN UP TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY HEADLINES IN YOUR INBOX: http://www.plantbasednews.org/signup • GOT A NEWS STORY WE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT? Please email hello@plantbasednews.org or leave a message on our hotline (UK landline: +44 207 0960 175, US landline: +1 818 963 5411) • CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.plantbasednews.org/ • SUPPORT OUR WORK BY MAKING A DONATION: https://actionsprout.io/0B2DF1/initial • SUPPORT OUR WORK ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/plantbasednews • FACEBOOK: PLANT BASED NEWS https://www.facebook.com/plantbasednews • YOUTUBE: PLANT BASED NEWS https://www.youtube.com/plantbasednews • TWITTER (@plantbasednews) https://twitter.com/plantbasednews • INSTAGRAM: @plantbasednews https://instagram.com/plantbasednews
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What do top students do differently? | Douglas Barton | TEDxYouth@Tallinn
 
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Douglas talks about the research on top students learning habits. Douglas is the founder and Global Chairman of Elevate Education. Douglas and Elevate has spent the last 13 years benchmarking the practices of the highest performing students in order to identify exactly what drives student performance. Today, Elevate works with over 1200 schools across Australia, the UK, South Africa and the US in order to raise student and school performance. Douglas has been profiled in a series of books on Australia’s top and emerging leaders.​ Douglas on Elevate Education’i looja. Douglas ja Elevate on viimased 13 aastat uurinud heade tulemustega õpilaste harjumusi, et mõista, mis on nende edu võti. Täna töötab Elevate enam kui 1200 kooliga üle terve Austraalia, Suurbritannia, Lõuna-Aafrika Vabariigi ja Ameerika Ühendriikide, et tõsta õpilaste ja koolide taset. Douglast on mainitud ka Austraalia tõusvaid juhte tutvustavas kogumikus. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Sydney University video: Westmead Redevelopment
 
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Westmead is one of the largest health, education and research precincts in Australia and a key provider of jobs for the Greater Parramatta and Western Sydney region. The success at Westmead is being driven by an active, engaged and coordinated group of diverse precinct partners. In 2016 the precinct partners funded and were actively engaged in the development of the Westmead economic study to help promote the precinct and demonstrate its economic, social and strategic importance to Western Sydney. The judges highlighted in particular a commitment to developing a future vision for the precinct and the integration of the health precinct with other elements, looking outside current boundaries to develop a fully integrated urban centre. http://www.greater.sydney/greater-sydney-planning-awards
Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Centre
 
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A history of the Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Centre. The Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Centre provides medical services to the Central Coast's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community through our doctors, nurses, Aboriginal health workers, psychologists and mid-wives.
Why Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in danger | DW Documentary
 
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Australia's natural wonder, the Great Barrier Reef, is in grave danger. Coral reefs are incredibly important to our oceans. But can this one still be saved? The coral gardens of the Great Barrier Reef are places of outstanding natural beauty – as well as nurseries where young fish are born and find sanctuary until they are mature enough to venture out into the vast expanses of the ocean. This makes corals of crucial importance for oceanic life. The documentary follows a film crew on a journey along the Great Barrier Reef. On the way they meet Keith und Helen from Melbourne; every year the pensioners set off in their camper van to spend the winter in Australia's tropical north. Together they discover the abundance of aquatic life in the Great Barrier Reef. In Townsville and Airlie Beach the film team runs into environmental activists trying to save the reef. And at the end of their trip they visit the Lizard Island research station. The island was once an underwater paradise, but cyclones and coral bleaching have now left the sea floor almost devoid of life. The researchers’ warning is clear: "Unless something is done, the Great Barrier Reef has no chance. But it is still not too late." _______ Exciting, powerful and informative – DW Documentary is always close to current affairs and international events. Our eclectic mix of award-winning films and reports take you straight to the heart of the story. Dive into different cultures, journey across distant lands, and discover the inner workings of modern-day life. Subscribe and explore the world around you – every day, one DW Documentary at a time. Subscribe to DW Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/dwdocumentary?sub_confirmation=1 For more information visit: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/docfilm/s-3610 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dwdocumentary/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dw.stories DW netiquette policy: http://www.dw.com/en/dws-netiquette-policy/a-5300954
Views: 21271 DW Documentary
Healthcare worker protective research: Is flushing the toilet hazardous?
 
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NIOSH researcher Ken Mead talks about toilet plumes as an occupational hazard and the potential design interventions.
Views: 1321 NIOSH
Sustainability and Urban Planning | RMIT University
 
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Associate Professor Wendy Steele discusses the significant challenges that face cities of the future and how planners will address these issues and create liveable spaces.
Views: 2765 RMIT University
Case study clinical example CBT: First session with a client with symptoms of depression (CBT model)
 
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Case study example for use in teaching, aiming to demonstrate some of the triggers, thoughts, feelings and responses linked with problematic low mood. This section here represents the first 14 minutes of an initial therapy session, but in order to try and outline the vicious cycle, it moves faster than an average session might. The video features an actor playing the character of Lucy, but the dialogue is not scripted, and as such represents a natural therapeutic exchange. I myself am a qualified Clinical Psychologist, but would definitely not suggest that this is a perfect example of therapy! This video was produced as a collaboration between the University of Leeds and Leeds Trinity University (Ricardo Barker).
Views: 363980 Judith Johnson
National Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative: On-farm research gets to the bottom of soil health
 
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Purchased in 2008 the University of Western Australia's Ridgefield property, two hours southeast of Perth is one of four demonstration sites across the country home to projects funded through the federal governments $46.2 million Climate Change Research Program. Sourced from the Commonwealth of Australia (Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry) at: www.youtube.com/agdaff
Start2Talk
 
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www.start2talk.org.au Start2Talk is a consumer-focused website created by Alzheimer's Australia in partnership with Palliative Care Australia, Consumers Health Forum, Carers Australia, COTA and other health and aged care organisations, to help people plan for their own or a loved one's future financial, lifestyle and health care decisions. This website includes information and links to local resources related to planning ahead in all States and Territories across Australia.
Views: 347 Dementia Australia
Implementing the Vision: Chapter 1 - System of Wellness
 
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Dr. Evan Adams (Smoke Signals) narrates Implementing the Vision: BC First Nations Health Governance, an evocative documentary explaining issues in First Nations health and the efforts to address them. The film describes the plan by BC First Nations, in partnership with federal and provincial governments, to change health care systems in British Columbia. Told in four parts, the film uses interviews in a story-telling approach to a complex and fascinating history and the move to improve First Nations health that is unfolding in BC today.
Views: 10973 fnhealthcouncil
Putting the mouth back into health
 
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The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Dentistry has appointed Professor Jörg Eberhard as its first Chair of Lifespan Oral Health thanks to a $3.6m donation by the Abrahams family through their Rosebrook Foundation. The donation is a stimulus for a bold plan to establish a $20 million world-class research centre spearheading research, policy, advocacy and education initiatives to prevent and reduce chronic diseases caused by poor oral health. “Our research is revealing how the mouth and teeth can be markers for systemic illness, and how chronic infections, inflammation and degeneration in the mouth help explain disease processes throughout the body,” says Professor Chris Peck, Dean, Faculty of Dentistry. “The Chair of Lifespan Oral Health will advance our understanding of the specific causal connections between oral health and diseases such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, dementia and adverse pregnancy outcomes.” Find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/dentistry/give
Looking at PAHO Strategic Plan 2008-2012 from a an international human rights law perspective
 
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Key notes of Dr. Mirta Roses Periago on the occasion of the training session conducted by the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health and the Area of Technology, Health Care and Research THR- (PAHO Headquarters, 5 March 2008).
Views: 581 KMCuser1