FHBHRU training programs

The Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit provides open and commissioned training in the following areas:

Training sessions open to individuals are offered in both online and workshop modes and are scheduled throughout the year. Commissioned training is tailored to the specific requirements of organisations or groups and is usually delivered in workplace/organisational settings. 

For training schedules click on links below. For other queries please contact Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit or complete and forward this form. Expression of Interest Form (PDF 107KB)  



Other information:

Click on the following links for workshops conducted as part of specific projects: Department of Veterans Affairs Coordinated Veterans' Care or Flinders Closing the Gap .

Volunteers needed

Volunteers play an important part in helping workshop participants learn as they answer questions about living with one or more chronic conditions. 

If you are interested in volunteering or helping us to recruit volunteers please phone or email us using the details at the top of this page.  

Education and training team

Workshops are delivered by experienced team of health and education professionals from the Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit and led by Professor Malcolm Battersby.  The team includes Assoc Prof Sharon Lawn and Dr Marie Heartfield, and brings a diverse range of knowledge and experience about clinical practices in both urban and rural settings.  

What do participants say about our workshops?

  • "Well presented, educative and relevant, applicable to health professionals and clients”
  • “I enjoyed learning how to use new tools and looking at management of conditions from another perspective”
  • “Relaxed atmosphere encouraged interaction"
  • “Material was simple yet very relevant”
  • “Found this culturally appropriate training - catered for people from all walks of life”
  • “Excellent - draws together a lot of what we try to do and puts it into a format we can use”
  • “Client focused therefore increased ownership of care provided”
  • “Patient opens up more and therefore health worker can help with issues “real not presumed”
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