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Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute - Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Primary Care Intervention Research in Chronic Disease

 

Description

The mission of the Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Primary Care Intervention Research in Chronic Disease is to achieve health system reform to improve outcomes for Indigenous people with chronic disease. The key objectives are to:

Research activities being undertaken by the Centre:

The research positions attached to this Centre will be supported by the chief investigators and through the Baker IDI Indigenous Vascular Unit and Renal and Metabolic Division at the George Institute. The majority of these positions will be based within Aboriginal Primary Healthcare partner organisations. The Centre will also partner with the Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association to build the capacity of Indigenous medical students and general practitioner registrars to engage in primary healthcare research.

Abstract adapted from Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute

Contacts

The Director
Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute
Building 63
Corner of Mills & Eggleston Roads
The Australian National University
Acton ACT 0200
Ph: (02) 6125 0766
Fax: (02) 6230 0525
Email: aphcri@anu.edu.au

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Last updated: 23 June 2014
 
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