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    • Fact Sheet: Conducting effective skill building workshops 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Reibel, Tracy; Aylward, Philip Edmund; Schultz, Denise; Schroeder, Jacque; Lau, Phyllis; Baird, Olivia; Hagger, Christina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Workshops that build both research and clinical skills are popular learning events in primary health care. They are cost effective compared with individual training activities and provide a means of connecting the material ...
    • Fact Sheet: Conference works: getting the most out of conferences 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Cornish, Sheri; Hawkins, Fiona; Nisbet, Sarah; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Conferences provide the opportunity to keep up with new developments, present ideas, meet people who inspire you to think or work differently, foster communication and form new relationships (Collins, 2000). In this fact ...
    • Fact Sheet: Engaging the Media: Being interviewed 

      Lunnay, Belinda Kate; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Health and medical research is one of the most widely reported sources of news. At some point in your primary health care research career, you are likely to be invited to take part in a media interview. This will be a vital ...
    • Fact Sheet: Engaging the Media: Promoting your work to the media 

      Heaselgrave, Fae; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Attracting the attention of media organisations can be challenging. Deciding how best to 'pitch' your work and through which medium can be challenging. This fact sheet will arm you with tips and tools to improve your chances ...
    • Fact Sheet: Engaging the Media: Writing a succinct media release 

      Heaselgrave, Fae; Lunnay, Belinda Kate; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Media releases offer the opportunity to promote and publicise details about your work to the media. When written well media releases will highlight key messages about your work, be immediately interesting and eye-catching ...
    • Fact Sheet: Multimedia conference presentations 

      Nisbet, Sarah; Hordacre, Ann-Louise; Keane, Miriam; Lowcay, Belinda Leigh; Magarey, Anne; McIntyre, Ellen; Osman, Elizabeth; Ried, Karin; Drake, Peter; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; Brown, Lynsey; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Designing a great multimedia presentation is an art in itself. We have put together a few guidelines you might like to keep in mind when you are creating your next presentation. You will find the following tips most relevant ...