MenziesHIQ

2022 MHIQ/CAHE Seminar - Big Data and Small Data Analytics in Healthcare Research
20 Sep

2022 MHIQ/CAHE Seminar - Big Data and Small Data Analytics in Healthcare Research

The seminar presentation by Dr. Ping Zhang introduces the requirement for big data analytics and small data approaches to healthcare data. Ping will explore how data analytics and statistics can be used to improve healthcare research outcomes. Application of machine learning and AI, ways of handling big data and needs of small data approaches will be discussed in this presentation.
2022 MHIQ/CAHE Seminar - Big Data and Small Data Analytics in Healthcare Research
20 Sep

2022 MHIQ/CAHE Seminar - Big Data and Small Data Analytics in Healthcare Research

The seminar presentation by Dr. Ping Zhang introduces the requirement for big data analytics and small data approaches to healthcare data. Ping will explore how data analytics and statistics can be used to improve healthcare research outcomes. Application of machine learning and AI, ways of handling big data and needs of small data approaches will be discussed in this presentation.
2022 HPS Workshop: Power Analysis and Power Mapping
07 Sep

2022 HPS Workshop: Power Analysis and Power Mapping

Facilitated by Elise Gangley and Dr Juliet Bennett from the Sydney Policy Lab, this 2.5 hour in-person workshop will help you to identify stakeholders, potential allies, and opponents. We will consider where each exists on a continuum of influence over the decisions, and support for your goals. We will then consider who and how you can influence your decisionmaker and identify tangible steps, who will take them, and what will be your follow up.
2022 MHIQ/HPS Seminar - Session 1: Griffith Enterprise (GE) Consultancy and Contractual Research
22 Aug

2022 MHIQ/HPS Seminar - Session 1: Griffith Enterprise (GE) Consultancy and Contractual Research

Mr Aaron Isted's session will focus on generating awareness around 1) the role of Griffith Enterprise (GE), 2) the who, what, where, why and how of Consultancy and Contract Research activity, 3) the internal process, 4) IP and Commercialisation, and 5) how GE can help. It is our hope that individuals will finish the session with a deeper understanding of CCR activity and its importance within the university, combined with a greater awareness of the internal support mechanisms available.