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We envision that the forum will help you network with potential collaborators; receive useful feedback regarding ongoing work and brainstorm opportunities for further research development at the College.

So, bring your lunch and join us on 1st Wednesday’s of every month from 1.00-1.45pm, CMNHS Campus, Fiji National University. Presentations will be scheduled on a “First-Response, First-Confirmed” basis.

Interested participants are encouraged to submit following details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research Bite:  
Team Members:  
Contact Details  
Abstract

Brief (250) word summary of the Presentation: Typical Research Abstracts include: Introduction, Research Methods utilized, Study Sample, and Impact of the study (Results, Analysis, and Limitations). This will help us publicize your session to the wider University network.

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PDF of Presentation

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Research Bites Schedule 2018

7th Feb 2018
7th Mar 2018
4th Apr 2018
2nd May 2018
6th June 2018
4th July 2018
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7th Nov 2018

 

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Dean’s Forum: Research Bites

The lunch hour forum:  Pacific Health Research Bites was initiated by the Research Unit to bring researchers from the College together to share “bite-sized” gems of research information. We hope that Researchers will take this opportunity to present their ideas for future collaboration or showcase current research activities. Since research in the Pacific poses unique learning experiences, we also encourage presenters who wish to share these experiences as well and not limit themselves to just the presentation of completed research activities.

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Something About Us

The Research Unit (RU) was established in 1989 with the appointment of Director Research & Academic Development (DRAD) at the Fiji School of Medicine (FSMed) now College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (CMNHS) under the Fiji National University.  The RU was established under the Office of the Dean (CMNHS) to mainstream research activities into the academic programs and support the academic departments through the implementation of research policies, research governance and administrative mechanisms. 

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  • Vision Mission & Values
  • Function and Structure

Vision

To be the leading institute for ethical, innovative, sustainable and Pacific centric health Research in the region.

Mission

To support a research friendly and research productive environment that fosters sustainable, relevant and quality research in the region.  

Values

Researchers at the College will endeavor to be role models and will strive to abide by the principles of  

  • Respect: Exercise care, diligence, sincerity, confidentiality and being non-judgmental in the course of their research activities.
  • Integrity: Display fairness, honesty, transparency, loyalty, discipline and accountability in their research activities and with their research reports.
  • Passion: Maintain a spirit of inquiry and dedication to improve health through evidence based research and practice.

While it was important to embed research into the learning and teaching activities of CMNHS, it was also important for staff to engage in research activities to build faculty capacity and strengthen research supervision. All research activities were implemented by teaching academics from the Departments of Health Sciences (DHS), Medical Sciences (DMS), Oral Health (DOH), Public Health & Primary Care (DPHPC) and the Research Unit.

As the research activities gained momentum, the number of research staff trained and employed through external grants increased. The Unit set up dedicated Research Centers (RCs) to retain this special cadre and to continue projects in the major areas of Health Systems Research, Non-Communicable Diseases, and Sexual & Reproductive Health.

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