Projects

This project will undertake a feasibility study on the use of the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) in South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) to improve the quality of care for patients with chronic conditions. ...
Planning and delivering a forum to build capacity among service providers to reduce gambling-related harm in Fairfield   ...
This study aimed to determine the level of participation of Australian urban GPs in palliative care, and the main barriers facing them in providing this care. ...
This study investigates GPs' understanding of the concept of absolute CVS risk assessment, barriers to its use in practice and whether absolute CVS risk assessment currently influenced their treatment decisions. ...
This study explores the views of complex medical patients on the value of GP care after hospital discharge. ...
UNSW Medicine (CPHCE and SPHCM) were commissioned by GP Synergy to develop online training modules for GP Registrars on research methods. This project is an evaluation of those modules. ...
This project was established to summarise what had been learnt about GP-hospital integration since the initial national forum in 1997, and develop a foundation for better informed and coordinated policy and funding approaches to the systematising of integration activities within Australian health care systems ...
This study addresses the current gap by monitoring, over a three year period, the health status of 200 Aboriginal babies born at Campbelltown hospital. ...
Further investigation into the Gudaga I study after receiving NHMRC funding. ...
Developing a guide to improving integration for Divisions as they transform into Medicare Locals. ...
The pilot of Housing for Health utilises ‘HealthHabitat’ methodology in making changes to environmental conditions to improve health status and reduce the risk of disease and injury. The pilot is for women living in social housing who are pregnant, improving their housing so that the health of their newborn infant is improved. ...
This study describes the uptake of occupational screening by staff of Bankstown and Fairfield facilities for the period 2003-2005, and report the level of immunity to the following infectious diseases: hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella and varicella. ...

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