PD Sessions @ Zoom are scheduled between 12 pm and 1 pm AEST
(AEDT October- April) unless noted.
All ARMS members are encouraged to attend any sessions. Accredited members will automatically be credited 1 CPD hour per session.
The sessions are free of charge to all ARMS members, non-members can register to attend these sessions for $50.00.
More information on each session, including registration and Zoom log-in details, will be sent to ARMS members at least two weeks prior to each event and posted as an event on the ARMS events page.
We hope you can join us for the upcoming PD Sessions @ Zoom series!
Please send any queries about these sessions to the ARMS Executive Office:
PD Sessions @ Zoom Schedule for 2021
Please note this schedule is subject to change
PD Sessions @ Zoom #4
May 12th - Wednesday - Postponed to a date to be confirmed.
Session: How to write a conference abstract.
Presenters: Dr Hannah Clarke and Dr Lesley Ashton.
PD Sessions @ Zoom #5: VIC Chapter
June 23rd - Wednesday
Session: Change Management: How to make it work for the individual, the team and the organisation.
Presenters: Dr Bryony Wakefield, The University of Melbourne and Ms Tania Finn Angelo
PD Sessions @ Zoom #6: Res. Funders SIG
July 21st - Wednesday
Session: Grant establishment - Going from award notification to project commencement, navigation through all the funding body and admin institutional requirements and compliance in an efficient/streamlined process
PD Sessions @ Zoom #7: SA Chapter
August 11th - Wednesday
Session: Building transdisciplinary research collaborations
PD Sessions @ Zoom #8: QLD, NT Chapter
October 6th - Wednesday
Session: Managing burnout is everyone's responsibility - Contributing factors, comparisons with other professions and possible actions.
Presenters: Janice Besch
PD Sessions @ Zoom #9: Res. Impact SIG
November 17th - Wednesday
How to build a research culture where researchers engage with industry, policy makers and communities?
PD Sessions @ Zoom #10: VIC Chapter
December 8th - Wednesday
Session: i-ethics: The what, why, with who and how of co-designing a digital Research Ethics Platform
Presenter: Anita Arndt