CRCAH

(redirected from Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health)
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CRCAHCooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (Australia)
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They were purposively selected from the ACE-Prevention project and the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health. With the help of an Aboriginal Elder as a facilitator, the experts identified dimensions of health in workshop one, and then described these dimensions in workshop two, followed by email confirmations of workshop two results and feedback.
Instead, it seeks to recount something of the beginnings, progress and conclusion of an important research program conduted on behalf of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (CRCAH) as it has been known in the past.
Rivalland, Paul 2006 It's More than Machines and Medicine: There's a Yanangu way: Summary report, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Casurina, NT.
It was conducted by Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service (for the Muuji Regional Centre for SEWB) in conjunction with AIATSIS and the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (CRCAH), and was completed in November 2008.
Ms Kerry Arabena, Visiting Research Fellow Social Health, with Dr Graham Henderson and the Principal, Mr Steve Larkin, worked on several collaborative projects with Indigenous communities, including through the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (CRCAH).
Dr Graham Henderson, Visiting Research Fellow Social Health, is a member of the AIATSIS health research team, which is also part of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (CRCAH).
The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (CRCAH) is an example of collaborative Aboriginal health research controlled by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
He is also the research director of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health. While administrator of the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service, Ian played a key role in a team of other workers who established a community-based research program, with a focus on youth health and issues for injecting drug users.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health represents a further development in the control of Aboriginal health research by Aboriginal peoples.
Ms Arabena is working on the Prisons and Resilience Project, is participating in the social and emotional wellbeing stream of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, and has made multiple public presentations over the last period.
The new Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, in which the Institute is a core partner, promises over the next seven years to contribute significantly to a more holistic and less ad hoc approach to Indigenous health research in Australia (CRCAH 2002).
Associate Professor Ian Anderson, Director, VicHealth Koori Health Research and Community Development Unit, and the Centre for the Study of Health and Society, University of Melbourne; Director of Research, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health
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