Monthly Archives: March 2020

Has Christmas come early for PhD candidates?

To enrol in a PhD, you need to be a deep thinker. Most PhD candidates are introverted and have analytical and reflective minds (i.e. The INTJs of the world). Pub visits may be few and far between, but it’s these characteristics that make PhD candidates so successful. We continuously ask the ‘why’, ‘how’ and ‘what […]

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Leading my research team from home

The start of 2020 has been challenging for the higher education sector. Students are unable to enter Australia, teachers have adapted to online learning quickly, and ‘hands-on‘ learning has halted altogether. All thanks to the growing chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic.     I lead Griffith University‘s Healthy Primary Care team. We are 18 researchers, 12 of whom are PhD students. Our funding, made possible through success in the first round […]

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Healthy Primary Care is on social media!

The Healthy Primary Care group is now on Twitter and LinkedIn. Here we will share our latest publications and news, as well as interesting updates on primary health care and nutrition. You can follow our Twitter here and our LinkedIn here. Let us know what content you want to see!

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