The Children’s Health Clinician Researcher Development Program
This is a joint initiative of the Child Health Research Centre, The University of Queensland (UQ), and Children’s Health Queensland (CHQ). The goal of the program is to foster new collaborative and translational research across the Children’s Health Queensland (CHQ) and Centre for Children’s Health Research precinct by increasing the number of new clinician researchers and fostering the development of existing early and mid career researchers. The program will enable new researchers to begin their research career through a facilitated and applied process of clinical research training, research project development, and mentorship.
Assistance is required to help craft and coordinate this program. This is a paid position for 1 day per week for 6 months with the possibility of extension. If you are interested and are keen to help develop this program, please send your CV and brief covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have been working on a developing the long awaited Children's Health Clinician Researcher Development Program which will be launched in September 2021.
This is a UQ CHRC and Children's Health Queensland initiative.
The goal of the program is to foster new collaborative and translational research across the Queensland Children's Hospital and Centre for Child Health Research precinct by increasing the number of new clinician researchers and fostering the development of existing early career researchers.
For more information, please click the link: Children's Health Clinician Researcher Development Program
Invitation to Review
Journal of Children and Young People's Health (JCYPH)
Expressions of interest are being sought to joing the peer review panel for the Journal of Children and Young People's Health (JCYPH) - the official juornal of the Australian College of Children and Young People's Nurses (ACCYPN).
ACCYPN is the peak Australian nursing professional organisation representing children, young people, families and the nurses who care for them. The College represents a diverse range of nursing, from acute care to community-based services. The JCYPH aims to reflect this diversity in its content. For more information about JCYPH - please check out their website
The College is currently seeking expressions of interest for peer reviewers and is grateful to reviewers who, like the editorial team, can give their time and expertise for free to promote good science in our field.
Your EOI needs to include a brief one-page letter outlining your interest in this role as well as
- educational level and qualifications
- area of clinical expertise/practice
- fields of research and research methods
- any experience in publication
- your CV.
Enquiries to be directed via email to email@example.com including your best contact number.
Hello again from the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, and Children's Health Queensland.
We are conducting the second phase of a research study to identify priorities for paediatric nursing research. Thanks to those whom completed the first phase.We are asking if you would be willing to take about 15 minutes to complete a short questionnaire to describe what you think is a priority for paediatric nursing research. Participation is completely voluntary, and your answers will be anonymous. This project has been granted ethics approval by Griffith University, Human Research Ethics Committee (2019/496) and Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service Human Research Ethics Committee (LNR/19/QCHQ/55019).
Lime Survey link: https://prodsurvey.rcs.griffith.edu.au/prodls200/index.php/927695?lang=en
If you would like to participate, please click on the link for the survey and additional information:
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Helen Petsky (Principal Investigator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please forward this information to others in your network who are interested in research involving paediatrics, including parents who utilise health care.
We really appreciate your time and support for our project!