Research Skills Seminar Series:
The Research Skills Seminar Series (RSSS) is funded by the Department of Health WA, a partner of the WA Health Translation Network.
It offers seminars on key topics across the entire health research process from concept to research translation. Each seminar is presented by an expert in the field. The seminars are free of charge and open access.
Missed the Seminar?
All of our seminars are recorded and available on the seminar event page one week after the seminar for a period of time. A copy of the seminar resources is also provided.
Schedule of Seminars:
The 2017 Research Skills Seminar Series schedule can be viewed here: 2017 RSSS Schedule
Register for the next Research Skills Seminar
Upcoming Research Skills Seminars:
The live seminars are held at the Princess Margaret Hospital, MacDonald Lecture Theatre Ground Floor, Administration Building. The Seminar Series will move to the new Perth Children’s Hospital once open and notification of the change in venue will occur as soon as this date is known.
Hosted Video-conference Sites:
These are venues at a number of sites who have video-conferencing facilities that dial in to the live seminar via a Site Coordinator. These are open to anyone to attend at each location and copies of the resources are made available to participants. We currently have the following sites available for you to attend:
- Fiona Stanley Hospital
- Royal Perth Hospital
- Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
- Bentley Hospital
- DonateLife WA
- Lion’s Eye Institute (only available for LEI staff)
- Child & Adolescent Community Health
- WA Centre for Rural Health (Geraldton)
If there are a number of people at your site interested in having a hosted venue, please contact us about organising a Site Coordinator at Researchskillsseminars@Health.wa.gov.au.
Online via Scopia and your PC or your Video-conference system:
The PMH Research Skills Seminar Series is available via video-conference through the State-wide Telehealth Service (STS). This means participants are able to watch and listen to the seminar live via their personal computer, laptop or portable device using a software application called Scopia. The Scopia application integrates with the WA Health Translation Network and is supported technically by the State-wide Telehealth Service.
Participants from an organisation with a video-conferencing system are also able to watch the seminar by either dialling in from either within the WA Health Translation Network or outside of the WA Health Translation Network. For further detailed information and instructions please access:
If you require technical assistance, please contact the State-wide Telehealth Service on: 1300 367 166
for Callers outside of Western Australia, please phone: +61 (8) 6383 1879
If you have any queries please contact the Research Skills Seminar Series.
Telephone: 08 9340 7845
Other Research Training Events:
If you have an event you wish to have included in the calendar, please Contact Us.