Re:Search - The Australian remote, regional and rural research database.
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As a leader in health and nutrition research, CESSH is developing a suite of tools intended to make research findings easily accessable to both industry and the public, and to foster a spirit of collaboaration among like-minded researchers across the country.CESSH places high value on building relationships with research institutes throughout Western Australia and nationally. With this goal in mind, and in collaboration with Research Australia, CESSH is building a database of Australian institutes interested in any aspect of health research, including both specific topics (such as nutrition, chronic disease, or women's health) and broader health themes (such as health services, workforce, policies, and community development). Dubbed "Re:Search", this tool enables researchers to find others in their area, or nationally, with similar goals. The database carries a special emphasis on remote, rural and regional issues and, as such, will be of special benefit to those located away from major centres.
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Contribution of mobile health applications to self-management by consumers: review of published evidenceAnderson, Kevin; Emmerton, Lynne (2016)Objective: The aim of the present study was to review the contribution of mobile health applications (‘apps’) to consumers’ self-management of chronic health conditions, and the potential for this practice to inform health ...
Clark, Antony; Ng, J.; Morlet, N.; Semmens, James (2015)Large population-based health administrative databases, clinical registries, and data linkage systems are a rapidly expanding resource for health research. Ophthalmic research has benefited from the use of these databases ...
WASHID: A survey identifying health inequalities of adults with intellectual disabilities in Western AustraliaCocks, Errol; Thomson, Allyson; Thoresen, Stian (2013)Background Adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) experience significant health inequalities and related research has risen in importance. This paper describes the Western Australia Study of Health and Intellectual ...