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Upcoming CPD Webinars

Stay tuned for details of our upcoming webinars.

Recordings of previous webinars can be found in the Members Area for current members only.

Past CPD Webinars


The digital age has profoundly changed the way people engage with each other and the world. The rapid pace of information flow, the rise of social media influencers and the declining trust in governments and institutions requires a shift in the way the World Health Organization (WHO) communicates with key stakeholders and the support it provides to its Member States. In the Western Pacific Region, WHO is responding to this challenge and turning it into an opportunity though the Communication for Health (C4H) approach.  

C4H recognises the power of communication as a tool for health. The approach harnesses insights from social, behavioural and communication sciences to create more targeted, people-centred and impactful communication. 

The recording of this webinar is available in our Members Area to AMWA members.


Literature reviews often require you to find evidence outside peer-reviewed journal literature. 

PRISMA 2020 includes a requirement to find ‘other sources’, often for free, so where do you search? what types are of value? and how do you integrate these in your work?

Join Thelma Fisher, a Health Sciences Subject Librarian at the University of Otago, on Thursday October 14 2021 at 12:00pm AEDT/2:00pm NZDT to discover the answers to these questions. 

This webinar is supported by the University of Otago and is available to AMWA members at no cost ($20 for non-members).


Search Skills: Navigating The New PubMed Layout

Join Thelma Fisher, a Health Sciences Subject Librarian at the University of Otago on Thursday 7 October 2021 at 12:00pm AEDT/2:00pm NZDT, to:

  • Learn tips and techniques to make best use of PubMed when searching by MeSH, keywords or journals.
  • Integrate relevant search terms and filters to create effective search strategies for your literature review.
  • Save your searches and create alerts to keep up to date.

This webinar is supported by the University of Otago and is available to AMWA members at no cost ($20 for non-members).

Member Spotlight - Aajuli Shukla

Meet Dr Aajuli Shukla, a Deputy Editor and GP based in Sydney who is also on the AMWA Committee.

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