Research support

Under the guidance of our Research and Research Training Committee, the School of Public Health supports researchers in a variety of ways. 

From our research support team through to our mentoring program, seminar series, and research enabler funding scheme, our vision is to nurture a flourishing and well supported research community to  maximise research success.

Learn more about the support on offer below.

Research Support Handbook

The School of Public Health Research Handbook has been prepared to assist new researchers, and those who are just starting out on their research journey. 

Contact our team if you would like to see other information included in the Handbook.

Download the Handbook

Mentoring Program

The School of Public Health is proud to be an early adopter of the Faculty of Medicine’s Early Career Mentoring Program. 
While focused on Early Career Researchers (ECRs), any Academic within the School of Public Health can be involved as either a mentor or a mentee. 

Benefits of being mentored

  • building skills and networks to advance your research career
  • receiving guidance and feedback on specific fellowship, grant or publication activities additional to supervisor feedback
  • receiving guidance on approaches to dealing with life and career related challenges and opportunities 

Nominate to be mentored

Benefits of being a mentor

Sign up now to secure your place for 2020! Contact med.research.sph@uq.edu.au.

Learn more about the mentoring program
 

REDCap

Did you know the School of Public Health runs UQ's REDCap Service? REDCap is a secure web platform for building and managing online databases and surveys. REDCap's streamlined process for rapidly creating and designing projects offers a vast array of tools that can be tailored to virtually any data collection strategy.

Learn more