CRCSI Health Program is seeking applied research proposals that will deliver targeted spatial solutions to health agencies in Australia and New Zealand. Project proposals submitted by multiple agencies, research institutions and potentially private technology companies are particularly encouraged.
Interested parties are asked to register notice with the CRCSI Health Program Manager, Paula Fievez: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 pm (WST) on Friday 12 August 2016, by submission of a 2-page summary using the Research Summary Proposal Template.
The CRCSI Health Program brings together expertise in spatial and health sciences to form collaborative partnerships with research institutions, government agencies, health service providers and clinicians, the private sector and the community. We exist to improve efficiency of health resource management and increase knowledge of disease cause through spatial technology. We can assist your organisation through a number of services and opportunities.
To explore how we can work together to apply spatial technologies please contact Paula Fievez.
Access to spatial information enables effective and economic policy development, planning and decision-making through insight into diverse influences that include the environment, access to services, lifestyle and socioeconomic factors considered in a common framework.
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Spatial Information has long been used in the Health sector to pinpoint areas of risk for specific diseases. This information helps identify contributing factors to the disease and populations at risk.
The challenge today is to ensure that the significant progress in spatial information and technologies is used to its full potential.
All stages of new policy development and decision-making require timely access to information. Spatial information allows diverse risk factors, such as smoking, physical activity and the wider environment, to be considered in a common framework.
The CRCSI Health Program brings together expertise in spatial and health sciences to form collaborative partnerships with research institutions, government agencies, health service providers and clinicians, the private sector and the community. We exist to improve efficiency of health resource management and increase knowledge of disease cause through spatial technology.
We can assist your organisation through:
To explore how we could assist your organisation to apply our spatial technology to solve your needs please contact our Health Program Manager, Paula Fievez.
Professor Tarun Weeramanthri, Department of Health WA and CRCSI Health Program Board Chair
Professor Peter Baade, Cancer Council Queensland
Rob Freeth, Independent Consultant
Professor Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Marcus Tan, HealthEngine
Melanie Taylor, Department of Social Services
Peter Somerford, Department of Health WA
Tony Wheeler, Akuna Consulting
Professor Clive Sabel, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Dr Ori Gudes, Curtin University of Technology
Dr David McMeekin, Curtin University of Technology
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