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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

HealthInfoNet recognised for research excellence

Date posted: 11 July 2012

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet was recognised for its research excellence at a university-wide awards ceremony late last week.

Exceptional Edith Cowan University staff and projects were profiled last Friday at the annual Vice-Chancellor's Staff Awards in Perth, Western Australia (WA).

Established as a way to recognise and reward staff for outstanding achievements, the Awards acknowledge excellence across a range of categories, from engagement and research to service to the University.

The HealthInfoNet received this accolade for the vital role it plays in research translation in the Indigenous health sector.

'The calibre of this year's Vice-Chancellor's Award entries has been extremely high. I congratulate this year's recipients on their achievements, and thank them for working to ensure that the university's values are embedded in the work they do,' Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerry Cox said at the ceremony.

HealthInfoNet's award for Excellence in Research was shared with Professor Ken Nosaka.

Source: Edith Cowan University


Neil Thomson
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Ph: (08) 9370 6109
Fax: (08) 9370 6022


Last updated: 22 August 2012
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