Panel: Communicating health in the new media landscape

How can health and medical professionals provide accurate and timely information in an era of misinformation? Experts from across health and media discussed health communication at the 2022 Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences annual meeting. Chair: Professor Susan Davis AO FAHMS Panel: Professor Claire Wardle, School of Public Health, Brown University; Ms Ariel […]

Panel: Future health systems (2022)

Following on from Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite’s keynote presentation on future health systems at the AAHMS 2022 annual meeting, a panel of experts discuss health systems, improvements and what the future might hold for Australia. Featuring: Chair: Professor Flavia Cicuttini AM FAHMS Panel members: Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite FAHMS, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University Professor […]

Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite: Future health systems

Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite FAHMS is a leading health services and systems researcher with an international reputation for his work investigating and contributing to systems improvement. He delivered a keynote address on future health systems at the 2022 Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science annual meeting.

Professor Claire Wardle – Communicating health in the new media landscape

Professor Claire Wardle is Professor, School of Public Health, Brown University and Cofounder and Executive Chair, First Draft. Professor Wardle delivered the keynote address at the 2022 Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Annual Meeting, examining the role of misinformation and technology when communicating health in the new media landscape.

Professor Sant-Rayn Pasricha – 2022 Jian Zhou Medallist

Professor Sant-Rayn Pasricha is the 2022 recipient of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS) Jian Zhou Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to global anaemia research. Professor Pasricha leads one of the world’s preeminent research programs on global health anaemia control at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI), […]

A/Professor Vinicius Cavalheri: Building integrated pathways in allied health research

Associate Professor Vinicius Cavalheri discusses pathways to becoming a clinician-scientist for allied health professionals in his presentation at the 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist – Allied Health symposium. Associate Professor Cavalheri is the Allied Health Research Director at South Metropolitan Health Services/Faculty of Health Sciences Curtin University.

Professor Sue Berney: Creating a clinical work environment that supports research

Professor Sue Berney discusses how health services and allied health work environments can support research and clinician-scientists. This recording is from Professor Berney’s presentation at the 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist – Allied Health symposium. Professor Berney is Manager Physiotherapy Department, Austin Health and Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University.

Professor Nicholas Taylor: Stepping into research

Professor Nicholas Taylor presents at the 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist – Allied Health online symposium. Professor Taylor shares his experiences as a clinician-scientist, what drove him to a career in research, and why looking for evidence has been important for his clinical practice as an allied health professional. Professor Taylor is Professor of Allied […]

Dr Lauren Christie: Walking the tightrope as a clinician-scientist

Dr Lauren Christie presents at the 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist – Allied Health symposium. Dr Christie discusses the challenges and opportunities involved in a career that combines research and clinical practice. Dr Christie is a Senior Implementation Science Research Fellow – Allied Health at St Vincent’s Health Network, Sydney.

Life as a Clinician-Scientist – Allied Health 2022

Join some of Australia’s leading allied health clinician-scientists as they share their experiences and strategies for creating a research-supportive workplace. The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Life as a Clinician-Scientist events aim to inspire early career researchers and allied health clinicians to pursue health and medical research careers. Presentation topics include: Walking the […]

Our Planet, Our Health: Climate Change as an Urgent Health Priority (2022)

Leading researchers from the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences discuss the health impacts of climate change at the launch of the Academy’s statement on climate change and health. Chair: Professor Warwick Anderson FAHA FASSA FAHMS, co-chair of the AAHMS Climate Change and Health Steering Committee Panel: Professor Fiona Stanley AC FASSA FAHMS (Hon) […]

Panel: Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the research sector (2021)

A panel discussion from our 2021 annual meeting. Chair: Professor Jim McCluskey AO FAA FAHMS • Associate Professor Chris Blyth, Co-Director, Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases, Telethon Kids Institute • Professor Karen Canfell FAHMS, Director, The Daffodil Centre • Dr Gina Ravenscroft, Senior Research Fellow, Neurogenetic Diseases Group, Harry Perkins Institute • Professor […]

Panel: Impact of scientists in the media (2021)

Recorded at our 2021 annual meeting. Chair: Dr Susannah Eliott, CEO Australian Science Media Centre Panellists: • Professor Tony Cunningham AO FAHMS, Director, Centre for Virus Research, Westmead Institute of Medical Research • Professor Julie Leask, Professor, Sydney Nursing School, Faculty of Medicine and Health, Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, Visiting Fellow, National Centre […]

Panel: What evidence matters most for effective control of COVID-19? (2021)

What evidence matters most for effective control of COVID-19? Chair: Professor Russell Gruen FAHMS Panel: Professor Ian Anderson AO FASSA FAHMS, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student and University Experience), ANU Associate Professor Kamalini Lokuge OAM HOSM, Senior Fellow, ANU Professor Jodie McVernon FAHMS, Professor and Director of Epidemiology, Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity Associate Professor Kamalini […]

New Fellows ceremony (2021)

They have battled COVID-19, created anti-cancer drugs and led the field of Aboriginal mental health – meet the 29 health leaders elected as new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. The Academy welcomed 19 women and 10 men to its Fellowship this evening (26 October), recognising the brightest minds in health […]