This guide has been designed for users to locate tools, services and resources that will increase their understanding of research fundamentals, as well as highlighting the latest research-related news.
Up to 80% of the reasons for rejection could be avoided with careful planning and writing execution. In this session, Elsevier will share the essential tips, tricks and best practices required to write an Original Article effectively and efficiently. Remember, what is not published, does not exist.
Join representatives from Elsevier on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 6PM AEDT. Registration is now open.
Associate Professor Justin Skowno's presentation at the 2022 ANZCA ASM got a lot of people talking. A/Prof Skowno made good use of Prezi to bring his talk to life, but he took this one step further with captivating real-time graphics during his Mary Burnell lecture “From mere survival to thriving. Progress in paediatric anaesthesia from 1842 to 2042."
Here he gives you his top tips on delivering a great presentation.
Duration: 6 mins 20 secs.
Read more in the 2022 winter edition of the ANZCA Bulletin.
A recording of the ANZCA library support for researchers webinar held by the CTN on Tuesday, 28 June 2022, presented by John Prentice (ANZCA Library Manager) and Kathryn Rough (ANZCA Research Librarian) is now available to watch.
Learn about the tools and services you can use to enhance your research skills, expand your research profile and promote your research outcomes. John and Kathryn guide you through the resources and expert knowledge available through the ANZCA Library. Highlights will include an overview of Research Support Toolkit, literature searching, Research Consultation Service, the ANZCA Institutional Research Repository (AIRR), and the new Professional Practice Research guide.
Duration: 54 mins approx.
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