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推动全社会医疗创新

Murdoch University pursues a wide range of health partnerships, co-authorship and joint research collaborations with industry and academic partners to develop projects with broader scope and impact within Australia and internationally.

我们的研究ers work closely with industry partners to develop health research projects that engage directly with the needs of our 社区.

关键合作伙伴

  • 澳大利亚神经学理事会
  • Solaris癌症治疗
  • 健康消费者委员会
  • 罗金厄姆精神健康服务(卫生部)
  • 阿玛代尔精神健康服务(卫生署)
  • 澳大利亚心理健康护士学院
  • 除了蓝色
  • 澳大利亚心理健康护理人员
  • 里士满幸福
  • 澳大利亚护理人员
  • 高端心理健康服务
  • 塔斯马尼亚精神健康委员会
  • 介意澳大利亚
  • 昆士兰州心理健康联盟
  • 南澳大利亚精神健康联盟
  • SA公司健康消费者联盟.
  • 维多利亚精神科残疾服务处
  • 新界精神健康联盟
  • 心理健康消费者协会.)
  • 顶部空间
  • 精神健康社区联盟
  • 精神健康事宜2
  • 帮助的思想

合作伙伴的关注

健康 engagement with 原住民社区组织

The Deadly Koolinga Chef Program (DKCP) is an Aboriginal children’s cooking and nutrition program that engages Bindjareb school children between 6 and 16 years old in a nutrition and cooking adventure.

The children learn how to plan, shop for and prepare a healthy meal for four to six people. 每周他们都把准备好的饭菜带回家, 以及他们的新技能和知识, 与家人分享.

2011年开发, the program is a collaboration between Murdoch University Associate Professor Caroline Nilson and the Murray Districts Aboriginal Association in Pinjarra, and more recently with the Winjan Aboriginal Corporation in Mandurah.

The DKCP is the topic of a translational research initiative to develop a “how to” health promotion package to implement the program in other Western Australian Aboriginal communities in a four-way partnership between Murdoch University, 原住民社区组织, local government and Aboriginal 社区 Controlled 健康 Services.

Associate Professor Nilson is also a member of the Bindjareb Aboriginal Interagency Network (BAIN). BAIN aims to connect organisations and services to work together through the network to support Aboriginal communities primarily in the Peel region, 更好地理解他们所经历的挑战.

为癌症患者和照护者提供支持和资源

Solaris癌症治疗 is a 社区-based healthcare organisation with five cancer support centres operating in metro and regional centres across Western Australia. 这些中心提供支持, 信息, 教育, and complementary therapies to cancer patients and their primary carers.

The Solaris癌症治疗/Murdoch University collaboration began in 2017 and includes the Solaris Collaborative 研究 Team (CRT) which is co-chaired by Professor Anne Williams. The CRT is a multidisciplinary group of health clinicians and researchers with a variety of interests and expertise, who meet regularly to drive the Solaris research agenda in the area of Supportive Cancer Care.

Clinical placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing students

Moorditj Kaartdijin, Moorditj Warlang(知识渊博, good/strong health) is an Indigenous Clinical Placement Partnership between Murdoch University and Fiona Stanley Hospital founded in 2020.

Murdoch University and Fiona Stanley Hospital recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples working in health play a vital role in addressing the health and wellbeing of Australia’s First Peoples.

这是西澳大利亚的首例, the partnership enables all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing students enrolled in a Bachelor of Nursing at Murdoch to complete all clinical placements at either Fiona Stanley Hospital or another South Metropolitan 健康 Service facility. The students benefit from experience in a variety of clinical settings and a supportive environment while undertaking their degree.

促进循证卫生实践

菲奥娜·斯坦利·弗里曼特尔医院护理集团 & 助产学研究 & Practice Network (RPN) was established in 2020 as a collaborative partnership with the Discipline of Nursing at Murdoch University. The goal of the RPN is to facilitate and promote health research utilisation and evidence-based practice.

Professor Anne Williams and Associate Professor Susan Slatyer were appointed as Honorary Nursing 研究 Consultants in the RPN to support the establishment of the RPN.