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Associate Investigator   Complete this form if you are a registered dentist or specialist practitioner working in a private practice, community health or other setting and who is a member of the Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch (as the single member of the eviDent Foundation).  While the eviDent DPBRN may extend to other States in the future, it is currently restricted to practitioners registered and practising in Victoria.
Chief Investigator   Complete this form if you are a full or part time academic staff member at a participating university, experienced in clinical research and competent to undertake and lead a research project.
Research Affiliate Complete this form if you are a retired dental professional, practice manager, dental hygienist, dental therapist, dental prosthetist, oral health therapist, or dental assistant who does not want ‘hands-on’ involvement with an eviDent project, but would like to contribute to eviDent research by voluntarily responding to eviDent surveys and/ or participating in retrospective studies by allowing eviDent researchers to attend your practice and collect relevant data.
Research Collaborator   Complete this form if you are not eligible to be a Chief or Associate Investigator, but are closely involved with different aspects of eviDent projects.
Associate Investigator   Complete this form if you are a registered dentist or specialist practitioner working in a private practice, community health or other setting and who is a member of the Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch (as the single member of the eviDent Foundation).  While the eviDent DPBRN may extend to other States in the future, it is currently restricted to practitioners registered and practising in Victoria.
Chief Investigator   Complete this form if you are a full or part time academic staff member at a participating university, experienced in clinical research and competent to undertake and lead a research project.
Research Affiliate Complete this form if you are a retired dental professional, practice manager, dental hygienist, dental therapist, dental prosthetist, oral health therapist, or dental assistant who does not want ‘hands-on’ involvement with an eviDent project, but would like to contribute to eviDent research by voluntarily responding to eviDent surveys and/ or participating in retrospective studies by allowing eviDent researchers to attend your practice and collect relevant data.
Research Collaborator   Complete this form if you are not eligible to be a Chief or Associate Investigator, but are closely involved with different aspects of eviDent projects.


Become an eviDent Chief Investigator

What is a Chief Investigator?

 

Chief Investigators are eviDent members who provide ‘the intellectual, administrative and ethical leadership’1 to an eviDent research project or program.

Chief Investigator A must make a significant contribution to the project and will be the primary contact and manager of the project.

Chief Investigators B-F are Co-Chief Investigators.

Chief Investigators A have overall responsibility for the management of the research project, as per the University of Melbourne’s ‘Chief Investigator’s Responsibilities’ listed at http://www.research.unimelb.edu.au/azservices/ci.

1The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Research Office, Chief Investigator Responsibilities http://www.research.unimelb.edu.au/azservices/ci

Member Eligibility

It is essential that each eviDent project team is adequately supervised and supported; therefore, Chief Investigators must be full or part time academic staff members at a participating university1, experienced in clinical research and competent to undertake and lead a research project. 

1The University of Melbourne is the only participating university at the time of publication.

 

Membership Details

  • membership is free
  • confidentiality will be maintained as your details will be kept only on our database and will not be distributed to other organizations without your permission

 Benefits

  • A chance to help shape the first dental practice based research network in Australia
  • An opportunity to participate in the translation of oral health research into evidence based daily practice by dentists
  • A chance to share research findings via peer learning, seminars, workshops, conference presentations and publications
  • Publicity highlighting that clinical research can lead to new findings to improve patient care and make a practice more successful
  • Access to general dental practitioners’ expertise and practice base
  • Be kept informed about research projects

What is a Chief Investigator?

 

Chief Investigators are eviDent members who provide ‘the intellectual, administrative and ethical leadership’1 to an eviDent research project or program.

Chief Investigator A must make a significant contribution to the project and will be the primary contact and manager of the project.

Chief Investigators B-F are Co-Chief Investigators.

Chief Investigators A have overall responsibility for the management of the research project, as per the University of Melbourne’s ‘Chief Investigator’s Responsibilities’ listed at http://www.research.unimelb.edu.au/azservices/ci.

1The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Research Office, Chief Investigator Responsibilities http://www.research.unimelb.edu.au/azservices/ci

Member Eligibility

It is essential that each eviDent project team is adequately supervised and supported; therefore, Chief Investigators must be full or part time academic staff members at a participating university1, experienced in clinical research and competent to undertake and lead a research project. 

1The University of Melbourne is the only participating university at the time of publication.

 

Membership Details

  • membership is free
  • confidentiality will be maintained as your details will be kept only on our database and will not be distributed to other organizations without your permission

 Benefits

  • A chance to help shape the first dental practice based research network in Australia
  • An opportunity to participate in the translation of oral health research into evidence based daily practice by dentists
  • A chance to share research findings via peer learning, seminars, workshops, conference presentations and publications
  • Publicity highlighting that clinical research can lead to new findings to improve patient care and make a practice more successful
  • Access to general dental practitioners’ expertise and practice base
  • Be kept informed about research projects

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