Grant Applications and Finding Funding

Grant Applications and Finding Funding

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Live Seminar at Perth Children's Hospital also streamed online through Avaya Workplace

Perth Children's Hospital

15 Hospital Ave

Nedlands, WA 6009

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CAHS Research Education Program | Research Skills Seminar Series

About this event

Grant Applications and Finding Funding

Friday, 21st October 2022

Seminar Synopsis:

This seminar covers where and how to find grant opportunities and strategies for putting together a high quality grant application. It also focuses on understanding the grant review process, and how to submit and respond to reviewer comments.

Presented by

Dr Tegan McNab - Manager Grants and Research Development, Telethon Kids Institute

Tegan undertook her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Murdoch University. She managed the Western Australian DNA Bank (an NHMRC Enabling Resource) for a number of years before moving into research development roles at both The University of Western Australia and Curtin University. Tegan joined Telethon Kids in early 2019. Tegan has a particular interest in supporting researchers to secure research funding. She is responsible for the Institute's grants research operations.

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There are three ways you can attend the seminar:

1. Attend in-person at Perth Children's Hospital, PCH Auditorium, Level 5 (MAP)

2. Watch online from a hosted video-conference location:

  • Fiona Stanley Hospital
  • Lion's Eye Institute (QEII - LEI Staff only)
  • Royal Perth Hospital

Nb. If you would like to host a regular video-conference at your site, please contact us via email researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au. 

3. Online video-stream via Avaya Workplace

You can watch our seminars in real-time via Avaya Workplace through your PC browser or by downloading the Avaya app to your personal device.

Click here to access our Avaya Workplace troubleshooting guide.

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The Research Education Program (REP) is an open access resource provided by the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS), Department of Research and is generously supported by the PCH Foundation. The Program provides valuable educational resources to support staff and students of any clinical discipline and level of experience to undertake high quality, meaningful research.

The Program includes the Research Skills Seminar Series, REDCap workshops and resources and the Clinical Audit Handbook.

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