AAG SECG & ERA present: Building research partnerships with key stakeholders
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Developing industry and research partnerships can be a challenging process. Determining which stakeholders to contact and how best to approach them can add to the challenge.
This webinar will offer strategies and advice from both the researcher and partner perspective on how to develop partnerships and make research connections.
The three presenters will share their knowledge and experience of developing research partnerships in the field of ageing.
Attendees of this webinar will:
- Learn how to build and maintain research partnerships
- Understand the importance of developing research partnerships
- Explore key strategies for increasing the likelihood of successful translation of your research
Hear from our speakers:
Dr Monica Cations
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
Monica Cations is a provisional psychologist and early career epidemiologist who has worked in the ageing and dementia field for over a decade. Her research is translational with a focus on psychological wellbeing in aged care environments and young people using aged care. Monica leads a number of collaborative research projects aiming to improve the quality and safety of aged care, supported by a South Australian Hospital Research Foundation Early Career Fellowship.
Lui Di Venuto
Team Leader Active Ageing
City of Onkaparinga
Lui Di Venuto has led the Active Ageing and Disability Team, City of Onkaparinga since 2015. He has extensive experience in community care and service development in SA and the UK. He is committed to co-design and has been a change catalyst in developing programs targeted to older men. Lui has been President of the AAG SA Division since 2012. He has a passion for challenging the status quo and is fiercely committed to social justice. He is considered a social innovator, a boat rocker and an enabler of programs supporting the goals of older people and people with disability.
Professor Judi Walker
School of Rural Health
Judi Walker has had a long career in higher education leadership, academic and public sector governance and strategic policy development in both Tasmania and Victoria. All are dependent on engagement of stakeholders to build successful collaborations. She currently holds part-time professorial positions at Monash University and the University of Tasmania. Judi has a strong track record leading linkage projects and studies involving community engagement. She is currently part of an emerging multi-university cohort study of the COVID-19 outbreak amongst healthcare workers in North West Tasmania and lead of an action research project taking a population health approach to the prevention and management of chronic health conditions.
AAG SECG Member
School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences
University of Queensland
Mikaela is a dietitian and PhD candidate at The University of Queensland.
Her current research focuses on nutrition for the elderly, particularly for
those who live in residential aged care homes. Specifically, her research
aims to better understand how menus and foodservice systems can be
used to increase the choice and flexibility provided to residents in the meal.
Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA)
Senior Research Fellow
School of Rural Health
Matthew is National Convenor of the Emerging Researchers in Ageing
initiative and is a Senior Research Fellow at Monash University based
in Churchill in Regional Victoria. Matthew is one of the lead investigators
on the Hazelwood Health Study looking at the impacts of the 2014
Hazelwood mine fire, including the impacts on older people.
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Event Date & Time: Wednesday 22nd July 11.30am to 12.30pm AEST
Event Location: WEBINAR, National
Registrations Open: 24th Jun 20 1:00 AM
Registrations Close: 22nd Jul 20 10:30 AM
Places Available: 148
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