Field: 

  • General practice
  • Medical education
  • Public health
  • Telemedicine/Online health

Location: School of Public Health

Type of student: Both PhD/MPhil and Volunteer

Brief synopsis: In 2018, a national implementation trial of the BeUpstanding Champion Toolkit will be launched. The Toolkit is a free, online resource designed to support workplaces to sit less and move more. A key component of the Toolkit is a blogsite – designed to provide the latest evidence around the benefits of sitting less and moving more, as well as tips and strategies to support workplaces to achieve this. The proposed project will involve contributing to the blogsite through writing blog articles. This is a fantastic opportunity to enhance your science communication skills, as well as be involved in a world-first initiative. Candidates should have experience with social media and strong communication skills.

Prerequisite skills: Experience in social media is strongly desired

Time frame: Any time - very flexible regarding commitment

Supervisor

Associate Professor Genevieve Healy

Associate Professor Genevieve Healy

NHMRC CDF Principal Research Fellow
School of Public Health

Main contact

Dr Ana Goode