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Peter Anthony, an expert in helping people use collaborative conversations to achieve better healthcare outcomes. You can watch a short introduction to his presentation How to achieve better research outcomes, one conversation at a time here.
|8.45 – 9.00am||Entry into Zoom meeting|
|9.00 – 9.05am||Acknowledgment to Country & Welcome||Cherry Agustin|
|9.05 – 10.05am||How to achieve better research outcomes, one conversation at a time: Achieving anything worthwhile in healthcare means collaborating with people, whether it’s to understand an idea, follow a treatment regime or invest in a research project. The conversation is the simplest yet most powerful collaboration tool and you will learn how to maximise collaborative outcomes in every conversation you have.
The approach is Prosocial Collaboration. Prosocial is a practical evidence-based method for helping people work together to improve efficacy and wellbeing.
|10.05-10.15am||Interactive session (never fear: polling only, so no camera or audio required!)||Peter Anthony|
|10.15-10.50am||The Pearls and Perils of participating in research as an RT – Opportunities and Challenges:|
|– Expanding RTs involvement in Research through Collaborative Opportunities||Rachel Kearvell|
|– Building Research Capacity in Radiation Therapy||Dr Vikneswary Batumalai|
|– Research Higher Degree (RHD) working fulltime: Why do that to yourself?||Laura O’Connor|
|10.50 – 11.05am||
Building the ANZMRN: Australia & New Zealand Medical Radiation Research Network
|11.05-11.15am||Mindfulness break – Body Calibration||Joel Parker|
|11.15-11.45am||Panel Discussion – Mentorship during research||All presenters|
|11.45-11.50am||Meeting Close and Evaluation||Cherry Agustin|
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