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RANZCP trainee support webinar series continues 12 July

10 July 2017
 
 
 

Are you a RANZCP trainee wondering how to make the most of the College’s training program? Learn how to navigate the Scholarly Project by joining the fifth episode of the webinar series on Wednesday 12 July 2017. 

Run by the RANZCP and free to attend, this is the fifth of a dozen webinars which will be held throughout the year and will cover all aspects of the training program.

This fifth webinar will provide participants with specifics of the Scholarly Project, including:

  • Preparation and planning for the Scholarly Project
  • Conducting original research
  • Supervision
  • Scholarly Project submission and assessment
  • Q&A

What: RANZCP Trainee Support Webinar "Navigating the Scholarly Project"

Date: Wednesday July 12, 2017
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm AEST | 6:00pm - 7:00pm NZST - click here for time zones
Where: Online - join via your computer, tablet or phone

Presenters:

  • Dr Joanne Ferguson, Senior Staff Specialist, Psychiatry and Addictions, New South Wales (Chair, Scholarly Project Subcommittee)
  • Dr Melanie Turner, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, South Australia (Deputy Chair, Scholarly Project Subcommittee)

Cost: attendance is complimentary but participants are encouraged to register in advance to guarantee their spot.

> Register Here

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Once you have registered you can pre-submit your questions prior to the session by using the speech bubble at the bottom the screen.
(Note: you may also click on the speech bubble icon to ask questions during the live session.)

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> Watch the first four webinars in Learnit  [member log-in required]

Looking after your wellbeing during training

The College is committed to supporting the wellbeing of its trainees and has released helpful new resources to guide trainees in staying on track and looking after themselves throughout their training journey. These include a reference guide and a three-part video series.

> Access your orientation and wellbeing resources