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UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme 2019 is now open – apply by 20 July 2018

20 June 2018

We have some exciting news!  Three of the 2019 round of the prestigious UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarships is offered in our area of research.  We are looking for committed PhD scholars globally in the following research topics:

Growing Well: Renewing Sydney’s housing for health, wellbeing and equity

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Research Priorities Forum - Research Priorities for Central and Eastern Sydney

14 May 2018

Over 30 people attended the half day research priorities forum on Thursday, 22 March 2018 organised by the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW in collaboration with Sydney Local Health District (SLHD), South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) and Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN).

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CPHCE director wanted

26 February 2018

The Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity is looking for a new Director. Is this you?

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Introducing Dr Sameera Ansari

18 January 2018

Dr Sameera Ansari will be joining SEaRCH as a Research Fellow working on Integrated Care. 

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CPHCE featured in the launch of the HIA report on Western Sydney Airport

31 August 2017

Media covergae for CPHCE in the launch of the HIA report on Western Sydney Airport: Researchers from CPHCE  have found there is room for improvement in the community engagement processes for the development of Western Sydney Airport.

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Bill Randolph presented Ian Webster oration at CPHCE Annual Forum

Bill Randolph presented Ian Webster oration at CPHCE Annual Forum

25 August 2017

Professor Bill Randolph presented at CPHCE Annual Forum 2017 ' Inequality, Wellbeing and City', focusing on urban planning and health.  The suburbanisation of disadvantage in Sydney, inner city 'cleansed' of lower income groups.  

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Elizabeth Harris writes about the challenges on the health impact of redevelopment and increased density in our urban area

12 July 2017

Reducing Redevelopment Impact on Health and Wellbeing The impact of redevelopment and increased density in our urban areas will have a major impact on health and well being of existing and new residents. The equity considerations will be significant, particularly in areas such as Waterloo with existing public housing a feature of the redevelopment. Liz Harris writes about the challenges 

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NSW Health Prevention Research Support Program (PRSP)

10 July 2017

CPHCE would like to advise that we are sucessful in receiving the funding under Round 5 of the NSW Health Prevention Research Support Program (PRSP)

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Opportunities and challenges of using routine clinical data for surveillance and quality improvement’ Seminar

27 June 2017

CPHCE would like to invite you to the seminar of ‘Opportunities and challenges of using routine clinical data for surveillance and quality improvement’ presenting by Professor Simon de Lusignan on Thursday 13th July 12-1pm at the Hugh Dixson Theatre, AGSM Building, UNSW. 

 

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CPHCE Staff Planning Day 21 June 2017

26 June 2017

CPHCE Staff Planning Day was held on 21st June 2017 at the Aboriginal Health College, Little Bay.  Dr Jennifer Kent, Elizabeth Harris and A/Prof Ben Harris-Roxas had presented on the staff day.  Attached some presentations of the day. 

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