This week in PHC

 

Newsfeed

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Same Snapshot, new platform

From 2008 until 2014 the Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS) produced an annual hardcopy publication, the Snapshot of Australian Primary Health Care Research, which highlighted practice and...
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Young, well and resilient

A digitally connected world where technologies are used to support young people to feel safe, healthy and resilient is the vision of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre (CRC). An...
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Reframing chronic disease care: from illness to wellness

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience a greater burden of heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease than the non-Indigenous population.
To improve health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
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Connecting populations, creating communities

Professor Ngaire Kerse has always been interested in finding out what makes older people tick. Head of the School of Population Health and a Professor of General Practice and Primary Health...
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People in Primary Health Care

people in phc

In recognition of National Youth Week 2015, 10-19 April, we highlight researchers with an interest in youth health.

 
 

 

Events

 
 

2015 Primary Health Care Research Conference

A major event in Australian primary health care research, to present research findings, discuss research methodology and policy issues, and build and maintain essential networks.
 
 

PHCRIS Events diary

PHCRIS offers a comprehensive events diary featuring all upcoming primary health care related conferences, workshops, symposia and short courses.
 
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