ANU Medical School Workshop on Collaboration and Networking skills

The ANU Medical School invites Medical School HDR and ECRs to the upcoming
workshop “Building Your Collaborative Networks” with presenter Sheld Debowski, to be held on
9 am – 2 pm
John Curtin School of Medical Research,
Seminar rooms 1&2

The workshop will focus on building skills in scientific networking, an essential skill for clinicians and scientists alike. Networking and collaboration are key skills that all researchers need to
develop. The capacity to connect with colleagues, share your research in an
enticing and interesting way, and identify mutual research interests are important
capabilities that will help you increase your research effectiveness and
impact. This workshop will provide you with the critical skills to maximise the
value from conferences and other professional networking opportunities. You
will learn how to connect with people, manage your networks and increase your
visibility. We will explore the key principles of collaboration, the ways you can
identify potential partners and methods for building and maintaining new
collaborations. By the time you finish this workshop, you will have a better
understanding of yourself as a networked researcher and effective ways of
building your connections and professional relationships.

For further information, please refer to the workshop flyer: FLYER_Shelda-Debowski-collaboration-networking-workshop.pdf