6 April 2016 Are you an intern, resident medical officer or doctor in training enrolled in a recognised research program? In 2016 Avant will provide 22 scholarships worth a total of $450,000 in full-time and part-time research scholarships and grants for short-term projects for both emerging and more experienced researchers. Applications close 31 May.
6 April 2016 NICM researcher Dr Joanne Parker and her team have been working with the Yirralka Miyalk (Women) Rangers of north-eastern Arnhem Land as part of a pilot project funded by an Early Career Researcher Grant from Western Sydney University.
6 April 2016 NICM is proud to be associated with the inaugural AIMA and CMA conference to be held in September at the Australian Technology Park, Sydney. The two day conference will feature plenary and keynote speakers and a series of workshops.
6 April 2016 Last week we saw NICM's Adjunct Associate Professor and GP, Vicki Kotsirilos, quoted in the Medical Observer and Pharmacy News in response to MJA’s commissioned opinion piece about integrative medicine.
4 April 2016 Prostate cancer (PCa) has a wide range of manifestations from asymptomatic to widespread metastasis. Active surveillance rather than immediate aggressive treatment has emerged as a viable option for men with early stage, localised, and low risk PCa. However, up to 35 per cent of these men will exhibit progression of PCa within four years.
31 March 2016 NICM’s Professor Caroline Smith will be drawing on her previous small scale study that identified knowledge gaps and skills amongst older people when understanding different information sources and evidence available regarding complementary medicine for her new health literacy study supported by IRT Foundation.
30 March 2016
Earlier this month in Canberra, the Australian Parliament’s Trade and Investment Growth Committee concluded the public hearings as part of the Inquiry into Australia’s Future in Research and Innovation.
28 March 2016 Earlier in March, the School of Chinese Medicine of Hong Kong Baptist University hosted the "International Forum on the Development of Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Hospital" that brought together international experts to share their insights about integrating Chinese and Western medicine.
21 March 2016 We are delighted to congratulate three of NICM’s PhD candidates, Kate Levett, Michael Armour, and Susan Arentz on their recent thesis submission and official notification of graduation, which is set for early next month. An outstanding achievement by all three PhD candidates, well done!