Healthy Futures

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Understanding, treatment and prevention of chronic diseases

‘Healthy Futures’ research encompasses a holistic view of health, including physical, mental, social, environmental, and community health research. It is concerned with bringing insights about health to the people who need it, educating individuals and communities, and providing a framework for wellbeing across the lifespan. We do this across research disciplines, from investigating at a cellular level to the analysis of populations. ‘Healthy Futures’ research focuses on discovery, translation, implementation and evaluation, ensuring that insights are shared, and positive change is enacted.

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Enterprising Research: Detecting placental insufficiency in pregnant women

Professor Janna Morrison

 

Enterprising Research: Understanding preferences of patients with chronic conditions

Dr Gillian Caughey

 

Enterprising Research: Do high quality habitats reduce disease prevalence?

Dr Gunnar Keppel

 

Enterprising Research: When should a person be discharged in a community mental health setting?

Professor Nicholas Procter

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Partner

We invite you to reach out and explore the exciting opportunities for your organisation to partner with UniSA. For more information and to connect with us please contact:

Professor Andy KoroniosAndy.Koronios@unisa.edu.au
Ph: (08) 8302 9129

Natalie FordeNatalie.forde@unisa.edu.au
Ph: (08) 8302 5854

Lisa McDonaldLisa.McDonald@unisa.edu.au
Ph: (08) 8302 5294

Ruth RosieRuth.Rosie@unisa.edu.au
Ph: (08) 8302 5360

Research

To engage with our “Healthy Futures” research theme, please contact Professor Susan Hillier via the Division of Health Sciences at health.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

Further Research Theme Steering Group members:

Libby Roughead
Jiuyong Li
Fiona Arney
Nicholas Procter
Jon Buckley
Joffre Swait
Martin Jones

Ixchel Brennan
Lana Davidson

For a full list of UniSA’s Research Theme Steering Groups, click here.

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