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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 Research Collaborator

What is a Research Collaborator?

eviDent Research Collaborators include retired dental professionals, practice managers, dental hygienists, dental therapists, dental prosthestists, oral health therapists, dental assistants and other professionals who are not eligible to be eviDent Associate or Chief Investigators, but who are closely involved with different aspects of eviDent projects.

Member Eligibility

To maintain your membership as an eviDent Research Collaborator, you must work with and be supervised by an eviDent Chief or Associate Investigator when participating in an eviDent project. As an eviDent Research Collaborator, you will have an interest in research and strong administrative and organisational skills.

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

  • Opportunity for involvement at all stages of the research process
  • ongoing access to research training and expertise as well as other development opportunities available through the Melbourne Dental School or University of Melbourne
  • regular e-bulletins and invitations to attend networking events
  • access to a 'members' only' section of the eviDent website
  • education of the wider oral health profession through seminars, workshops and conference presentations
  • establishment of interdisciplinary networks for projects that address the relationship between oral and general health
  • a chance to share research findings via peer learning, seminars, workshops, conference presentations and publications
  • opportunity to bring research findings into effect more rapidly
  • opportunity to influence policy
  • continuing professional development opportunities; and
  • opportunity to suggest and develop research projects. 

What is a Research Collaborator?

eviDent Research Collaborators include retired dental professionals, practice managers, dental hygienists, dental therapists, dental prosthestists, oral health therapists, dental assistants and other professionals who are not eligible to be eviDent Associate or Chief Investigators, but who are closely involved with different aspects of eviDent projects.

Member Eligibility

To maintain your membership as an eviDent Research Collaborator, you must work with and be supervised by an eviDent Chief or Associate Investigator when participating in an eviDent project. As an eviDent Research Collaborator, you will have an interest in research and strong administrative and organisational skills.

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

  • Opportunity for involvement at all stages of the research process
  • ongoing access to research training and expertise as well as other development opportunities available through the Melbourne Dental School or University of Melbourne
  • regular e-bulletins and invitations to attend networking events
  • access to a 'members' only' section of the eviDent website
  • education of the wider oral health profession through seminars, workshops and conference presentations
  • establishment of interdisciplinary networks for projects that address the relationship between oral and general health
  • a chance to share research findings via peer learning, seminars, workshops, conference presentations and publications
  • opportunity to bring research findings into effect more rapidly
  • opportunity to influence policy
  • continuing professional development opportunities; and
  • opportunity to suggest and develop research projects. 

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