Ian Kilpatrick was the keynote speaker at the 2013 Fiji Human Resource Institute Annual Convention. His presentation covered the topic of “Is It Square Pegs into Round Holes or Round Pegs into Square Holes? The use of psychometric testing and personality profiling in industry” The presentation was received well by all and Ian looks forward to being involve with the Fiji Human Resource Institute again…
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Principal Ian Kilpatrick with the 2011 team.
Amy Corderoy – Sydney Morning Herald, September 1, 2010 Young people who get very little sleep are much more likely to become mentally ill, Australian research shows. Lack of sleep might help explain the puzzling increase in mental illness among young people over the past decades, said the research leader, Nicholas Glozier. He suggested late-night internet use might be one reason young people were sleeping…
Nicky Phillips SCIENCE – Sydney Morning Herald, July 29, 2010 THE adage that friends can save your life turns out be true. Strong relationships with friends, family and colleagues can lower your risk of death by up to 50 per cent, a study has found. In comparison, low social interaction was just as harmful to health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, or being an…
In addition to our East Gosford offices we also operate from the Kanwal Medical Centre. All appointments through our central phone number (4324 5400).
Ian Kilpatrick is registered with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs and is able to see veterans and repatriation clients.