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SWSLHD Allied Health Research Newsletter

Find out about research training opportunities, grants, and upcoming conferences. Learn about the research research being led by Allied Health across SWSLHD.

SWSLHD Allied Health Research December Newsletter

SWSLHD Allied Health Research Newsletter:

DECEMBER 2022 Edition

Welcome to the fifth issue of the SWSLHD Allied Health Research Newsletter--Volume 1, Issue 5. The purpose of the newsletter is to inform SWSLHD Allied Health clinicians about the research being conducted by Allied Health and share information about grant opportunities, conferences, research training, and resources. It is also an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the research of SWSLHD Allied Health Clinicians. 

Select the tabs in the left-hand column to read more about what is in the December issue of the Allied Health Research Newsletter. 

In this issue: 

See also the SWSLHD Research Newsletter for:

  • Library training
  • ORCID IDs and Research Impact
  • Researcher Skills Training 
  • Research Grants
  • Useful Websites and contacts

See also the SWSLHD Research and Ethics Office website for current information on grants, conferences, and training.

Have you published any research, or received any grants? Are you conducting research or planning to in the future? If so, you need an ORCID account This is SWSLHD librarians' number one recommendation for anyone wishing to improve their research visibility and impact.

We are collecting data for the 2022 Annual Allied Health Research Collaboration Report.  If you haven't already, please inform us if you have any of the following outcomes for 2022: 

  • completed or enrolled in HDR studies;
  • been awarded research funding; 
  • had research published or you presented at a conference; 
  • received any awards (including Quality Project awards).  

Kindly email the details to: 

The University of Sydney is calling for ideas for Honours projects for Allied Health (EP, OT, PT, SP) students to start Semester 2, 2023. If you have an idea for a project, now is the time to discuss this with your academic colleagues at the University of Sydney and prepare a project outline. If you have any questions, please contact Prof Sarah Dennis at and she will be happy to connect you to an academic at the University to co-supervise. Generally, the academic takes responsibility for the student and you are the content expert.