Kelly Allen from Cochrane Australia takes us through the ins and outs of systematic reviews, both for those who intend on conducting them and for those who need to know how to read them.
Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea shares her experience of professional development through effective networking. Maggie gives tips on how, when, where and with whom to network.
Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea is a researcher in genetics at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
Maximise your scientific profile and personal brand through different social media platforms, including social media outlets such as The Conversation.
Louise Randall from the Doherty Institute; an occasional writer for Franklin Women and a science blogger (https://franklinwomen.com.au/category/franklin-women-blog/anne-kelso-franklin-women-blog/)
Jacquie Tran - sports scientist (http://www.jacquietran.com)
Alexandra (Ally) Hansen, Deputy Section Editor Health & Medicine for The Conversation (https://theconversation.com/au)
Elizabeth Bremner from Murdoch Children's Research Institute
A strong record not only involves publications but includes grants, knowledge translation, community engagement and being active member of your science community. Alicia talks about the components a strong track record for research, and how to build one.
Associate Professor Alicia Spittle is a Physiotherapist and Post-Doctoral Researcher who leads the motor team of the Victorian Infant Brain Studies group. She is a current recipient of a National Health Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Early Career Fellowship, a Chief Investigator on two NHMRC project grants and on the NHRMC Centre of Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine.