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Internationally renowned researcher, Professor Nancy Mayo, is visiting Deakin in April sponsored by the Faculty of Health, Medicine Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences in conjunction with the Developing Research Leaders Program.
Professor Nancy Mayo is a James McGill Professor in the Department of Medicine (Division of Geriatrics and Division of Clinical Epidemiology) and the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University. She is also Research Scientist at the McGill University Hospital Centre Research Institute where she is the head of the Health Outcomes Axis.
Professor Mayo’s research focus is on disability from a rehabilitation, health services and epidemiological perspective. Her research has focused mainly on stroke and the elderly and has included activities such as surveillance, health services optimization, and clinical trials of rehabilitation interventions. Methodologically Professor Mayo’s expertise lies in the conduct and analysis of clinical trials and longitudinal studies, and in measurement theory and quality of life research.
In addition to attending the Developing Research Leaders Program Seminar for mentees and mentors in the Faculty of Health, Medicine Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences Professor Mayo will also be presenting the following events:
Application of Modern Methological Reasoning to Designing Clinical Research
Tuesday 27th April 9.00 am–12.50 pm
GA1.29, Greenwood Park, Burwood Campus
This half day workshop will outline advances in methodological reasoning and illustrate their application in the modern
research proposal. The attendees will have the opportunity to apply a series of methodological frameworks to their own
This workshop is limited to 25 places. Please contact Crystal McPhee on 03 924 46292 or email@example.com to register for the workshop.
Workshop Flyer (383KB)
Tuesday 27th April 2.15 pm–3.45 pm
Lecture Theatre 6 (B.4.12), Burwood Campus
This lecture will illustrate the complexities of designing and analysing interventions that are individually tailored to
Please contact Crystal McPhee on 03 924 46292 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the lecture.
Public Lecture Flyer (280KB)
Source: Staff Research Development, Deakin University