Mid-career researchers: Going from team member to team leader
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How do you progress your career at the mid-career stage? In this three-part series, access leading experts on key topics important to your career progression.
This is the first of three seminars designed to answer your questions about funding navigation, leadership, negotiation and career progression at the mid-career stage.
Dr Kerry Hancock is a General Practitioner who has over 38 years experience in clinical practice with most of that time as a principal of a self-established practice in the outer southern suburbs of Adelaide. For at least the last two and half decades she has had a special interest in general practice based respiratory medicine and in addition to clinical care she has been actively involved in advocacy, guideline development and promulgation and research activities.
Associate Professor Nicole Rankin is an implementation scientist, whose research focuses on the science of research translation, including how evidence can be more rapidly translated into clinical practice, and how to improve patient and health service outcomes. Her expertise is applied across a portfolio of research projects, teaching and mentoring clinician-researchers in implementation science methodologies and leading communities of practice.
Professor Jon Emery is the Herman Professor of Primary Care Cancer Research at the University of Melbourne. He is also the Director of PC4, the national primary care cancer trials group, the Primary Care Research and Education Lead for the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and an NHMRC Leadership Fellow.