New Research Support Clinics (FHES)

Are you a postgrad student in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences?

Are you based at (or near) the South campus?

If so, you need to know about the new Research Support Clinics that have been set up there.

These clinics are a collaborative effort from faculty and research support staff across the university. You can make an appointment for up to an hour of intensive support and discussion about your specific research project, on any of these topics:

  • Biostatistics and epidemiology
  • Research with Māori
  • Research with Pacific
  • Research planning and funding
  • Research ethics

Specialist research advisors will help you to think about these topics in relation to your project design, data management, data analysis plans, engagement with communities, participants, and funders, and much more. You can bring your supervisor along too, if you like.

Clinics are held the first Wednesday of the month, 10am – 12pm. 2018 dates are:

  • 4 July
  • 1 August
  • 5 September

Bookings are essential, and you’ll need to contact Priya Parmar (priya.parmar@aut.ac.nz) with details of (a) what kind of advice you need; and (b) background materials such as your PGR1 / PGR2 / PGR9 forms, draft proposals, or articles.

About Anaise Irvine

Dr Anaise Irvine is the Editor of Thesislink. She has a research background in science and narrative. Her PhD research analysed how contemporary films and novels represent genetic engineering as a social justice issue. She has previously researched fictional representations of evolution and quantum mechanics. She has taught such diverse texts as Blade Runner and Bridget Jones’s Diary, and her most obscure skill is being able to turn novels into phylogenetic trees!

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