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3 Minute Thesis

3MT is an international research communication competition founded by the University of Queensland and which has been running since 2008. Competitors have just three minutes to present a memorable, interesting and accurate story about their thesis and its significance, using just one powerpoint slide. The below list contains CQUniversity’s 3MT competitors for 2021, with one of these entrants to be selected to represent CQU in the the Asia-Pacific Final. More information about the competition and rules for submissions can be found on the 3 Minute Thesis website.

Chantelle Clarke
School of Health, Medical and Applied Science
Title of entry: Lipoedema: Where is the compassion?

Gitte Galea
School of Engineering and Technology
Title of entry: Exploring the adoption and use of social media by Queensland Health: Challenges and pitfalls

Holly Hosking
School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences
Title of entry: Development of a cell-based assay to predict pathophysiologies; focusing on cancer susceptibility

Johanna Rhodes
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Science
Title of entry: Coexisting altruistically and egoistically: Educators assuming simulated patient roles

Khouloud Kamalmaz
School of Business and Law
Title of entry: Restoring the smiles of people accessing food relief across Australia

Meagan Crowther
School of Health, Medical and Applied Science
Title of entry: Getting good sleep: Improving mental health outcomes in Australian paramedics

Rachelle Cole
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Science
Title of entry: Simulation and Clinical Placement - What is the effectiveness of high-fidelity simulation when compared to clinical placement in preparing work ready graduate nurses in Australia

Roksana Tumpa
School of Engineering and Technology
Title of entry: Many birds with one stone: group-based assessments in higher education

Shikha Malviya
School of Health, Medical and Applied Science
Title of entry: Use of sensorimotor religious/spiritual practice in mental health

Vijay Rawat
School of Health, Medical and Applied Science
Title of entry: Helping humans heal: The effectiveness of animal-assisted therapy for mental health

Visualise your Thesis

VYTis an exciting international competition hosted by the University of Melbourne. VYT challenges research higher degree candidates to present their research in a 60 second, eye-catching digital display using a pre-supplied template. Entry is open to currently-enrolled research higher degree candidates, and the competition is suitable for all disciplines and any stage of candidature. In 2021, our VYT winner will be nominated to represent CQUniversity as a finalist in the online International VYT competition. More information about the competition and rules for submissions can be found on the University of Melbourne website.

Georgia Tuckwell
School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences
Title of entry: The impact of physical activity on alertness during the commute home

Holly Hosking
School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences
Title of entry: Development of a cell-based assay to predict pathophysiologies; focusing on cancer susceptibility

Shikha Malviya
School of Health, Medical and Applied Science
Title of entry: Use of sensorimotor religious/spiritual practice in mental health

Wie Kiang Hi
School of Engineering and Technology
Title of entry: Lantana Camara Invasive Plants Detection Using a Deep Learning Approach

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