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Judo4Kids Term 1

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Adelaide University Judo Club are running a 10 session fun-filled program for children 6 to 10+ years old. Children learn skills for falling safely, agility, balance, coordination as well as discipline, friendship and respect. Register here.

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MBA Information Session

The Adelaide MBA information session offers you the opportunity to discover why we are ranked the top MBA in South Australia, and how completing an Adelaide MBA can advance your career and improve your future employment options.

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Annual Meeting of the University Community 2023

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On Monday 13 February 2023, the University Council will convene the Annual Meeting of the University Community comprising the staff, students and graduates of the University. The meeting is your opportunity to ask questions about your University and to hear from the Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor.

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Research Tuesdays: Healthcare overhaul

When it comes to decision-making in healthcare, how much consideration should be given to patient voice? Health indicators, including quality of life, are usually assessed solely by clinicians—but this approach can lead to noncompliance, reports of dissatisfaction and even, for marginalised groups, medical discrimination. Join the experts in getting to the heart of it.

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Dynamic Balance for Life Judo-based Program

The Adelaide University Judo Club is running a 10 session program for older adults, learning to land safely in the event of a fall. Held at the Thebarton Sports Centre, the program has been shown to be safe and feasible in an ethics approved pilot study. Register here.

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National Institutional Research Data Management Framework Showcase

National Institutional Research Data Management Framework Showcase

Join the ARDC and partners to celebrate the launch of the institutional Research Data Management (RDM) Framework, collaboratively developed by 25 Australian universities to guide policies, procedures, infrastructure and services, bringing consistency to the management of research data across the university sector. Register here.

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Promoting the health and wellbeing of South Australian parents and caregivers and their babies

Join us for the Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) and Women’s and Children’s Hospital Grand Round.

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AUSF Elite Athlete Breakfast

A fantastic networking opportunity for both new and returning elite athletes at the University of Adelaide including a free breakfast and coffee. Along with information about the scholarships on offer, pathway to performance grants, and our Elite Athlete Club and Member Benefits Program.

 

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Adelaide Education Academy

Development and Programmatic Assessment Transferrable Skills in Practice. This presentation will discuss how identifying programmatic skills, and embedding the learning and assessment of these skills is being achieved in practice within the Department of Physiology at the University of Toronto. Thursday 9 March, 12-1.30 pm. Level 7, Nexus 10 building. Register here.

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Childhood Dementia Symposium

Dr Nick Smith (Paediatric Neurodegenerative Diseases Research Group) and Associate Professor Michael Lardelli (School of Biological Sciences) will be presenting at the Childhood Dementia Symposium. This symposium will bring researchers, clinicians, industry and patient representatives together to discuss therapeutic options for children with dementia. Registration is now open.

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