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Australia

In Australia the study is being conducted by the universities of Melbourne (UoM) and Western Australia (UWA). The University of Western Australia is the country’s lead Educating for Equity administering institution with Winthrop Professor Helen Milroy coordinating Australia’s Educating for Equity initiatives. 

University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia is located approximately 6 kilometers from central Perth.  The University was founded in 1911 and was Western Australia’s first university.  The University has two campuses in Perth, the Crawley and Claremont campuses, and one campus in Albany. 

The University of Western Australia is Australia’s Lead administering Institution for the E4E project.  Click here for more information on the Universities E4E projects and the staff who are contributing to the project.
 
          Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health (CAMDH)


The CAMDH was established in 1996 with the aim of: building the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal students into medicine and other health courses at UWA; developing and implementing a comprehensive Aboriginal health curriculum for the courses across the faculty; building and supporting the Aboriginal health research capacity across the university; and, supporting community in relation to Aboriginal health issues.

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne main campus is located in Parkville, Melbourne. Around the city of Melbourne the University has three other campuses.  The University also has an outer Melbourne campus at Werribee and three rural campuses situated in Shepparton, Dookie, and Creswick. 

Within the University several departments and organizations have collaborated to develop E4E programs (see below). Click here for more information on the Universities E4E projects and the staff who are contributing to the project.

          Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit  


Onemda is committed to research and teaching that is underpinned by principles of Indigenous community development and will lead to long-term improvements in Aboriginal health. Onemda is situated in the Centre for Health and Society within the Melbourne School of Population Health in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.

          The Australian Health Workforce Institute (AHWI) 


The AHWI is a joint initiative of the University of Melbourne and the University of Queensland. The institute provides national and international leadership on important questions surrounding health workforce policy through research and learning and teaching.

To find out more about the E4E projects that are currently being undertaken by the University of Melbourne and the other universities, go to the projects of interest page. Click here for more information about AHWI and their involvment in the E4E project.

University of Queensland

The University of Queensland main campus is located 7 kilometers from central Brisbane.  The University has two main campuses in Brisbane and others in Ipswich and Gatton. 

The University has collaborated with the following organisations to develop E4E programs. Click here for more information on the Universities E4E projects and the staff who are contributing to the project.

          Inala Indigenous Health Service 

Inala opened in 1994 and is owned and managed by Queesnland health. In 2010 the service was awarded at the inaugural Excellence in Indigenous Health Awards for ‘Improving Access to Primary Health Culturally Appropriate and Accessible Community Care’.