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New student-made podcast

Take Note is a podcast designed to help students navigate their university journey, achieve academic success, and balance life with study. Interviews with students, support services staff, and faculty discuss the lived experiences of students. Episodes are released fortnightly during the semester. Visit the website to access episodes.

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Executive Dean’s message

Professor Andrew Zannettino

This year, the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences has already witnessed several achievements including the launch of the third year of the new medical program and the growth in numbers of students commencing our Allied Health and Psychology programs. Importantly, continuing student numbers in the Faculty are tracking above the last five years of trend, which is a real testament to the quality and reputation of our offerings.

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Zoom training

Online training sessions are available for Advanced Zoom functionality and Using Zoom for virtual classrooms. A range of days and times are available for both and training is conducted online, via Zoom.

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Searching for systematic reviews

Join your HMS Liaison Librarians for an overview of the systematic review process, focusing on the literature searching component of your review, selecting databases and building search strategies. Monday 25 March 10–11 am. Online.

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Using Zoom for virtual classrooms

Learn how to maximise the features and capabilities of Zoom for your online classes, meetings and collaboration activities. A range of times and sessions are available, via Zoom. Register here.

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Napier carpark changes

Construction on Bonython Hall to add accessible toilets is occurring from now until the end of May. During that time, the northern stairs to both levels of the Napier underground carpark will be blocked off. Alternate pedestrian access will remain available via the southern stairs (closest to the entrance to Bonython Hall). Some parks in the underground facility will also be unavailable for short periods. Please follow the signage provided inside the car park. Further information: infrastructure@adelaide.edu.au

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HDR Supervisor training

Boosting HDR candidates coping and confidence with Shari Walsh (Resilient Researcher). Open to all current HDR supervisors. Wednesday 27 March, 3–4 pm. Online. Register.

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150 days of wellbeing challenge

Starting Monday 8 April, Wellbeing@Adelaide will provide a calendar of ideas every two weeks over 150 days for staff to complete or come up with their own. It could be as little as 5, 10 or 15 minutes each day for 150 days. Sign up now here.

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Understanding predatory publishing

How can you identify predatory journals (and conferences) which might damage your research impact and professional reputation if you publish with them? This workshop will help you assess a journal/conference to identify whether it is legitimate or possibly predatory. Thursday 21 March, 11 am to 12 pm. Register

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Celebrating our colleagues: the Hon. Catherine Branson AC KC

The Honourable Catherine Branson AC KC, Chancellor, University of Adelaide with her portrait.

The Honourable Catherine Branson AC KC graduated from the University of Adelaide in both Law (1970) and Arts (1977) and is currently in her third term as the University's 17th Chancellor. 

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