Previous Workshops

HScreen Shot 2014-04-24 at 3.13.16 PMere are some examples of workshops that have been previously organises by BRAINetwork.If you would like to take a look at the entire list of workshops carried out until the end of 2013, please click on the image to download the file HERE. 

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The Workshop on Neurocognitive Profiling was funded by the Sport Science Research Grant awarded by MOHE. It was carried out in collaboration with the Malaysian Sports Council and the National Archers Association of Malaysia provided access to the state archery teams.

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The Workshop is part of a PhD project of Hani AlQudah. It was designed to provide an interventional package to nurses on maximising their decision-making and leadership styles. In 2012, a similar workshop will be carried out in a collaborating hospital in Jordan.

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This is a “Train-the-Trainers” workshop that was carried out in conjunction with the profiling of runners at the 2011 National Kelantan Run.

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This workshop introduced new paradigms in neuroscience research. It served to consolidate the various research projects that will be carried out by the BRAINetwork research cluster over the next three years. Workshop participants received 12 CPD points, awarded by Unit Latihan USM.

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This was a workshop that was co-organised  and carried out by both BRAINetwork researchers as well as the adults and youth of the indigenous communities of the Belum Temengor Rainforest Complex. It s part of the Ecovillage project of the FIRST MILE PROJECT

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