GGT UDRH Key Performance Indicator Report: January - December 2012
[15 Apr 13]
GGT UDRH Organisational Chart 2013
[8 Jan 13]
GGT UDRH Progress Report: January - December 2012
[15 Apr 13]
GGT UDRH Strategic Plan 2011 - 2014
[16 Apr 12]
The Greater Green Triangle UDRH is one of eleven University Departments of Rural Health throughout Australia and is part of the Australian Rural Health Education Network(ARHEN). UDRH's are focused on expanding and enhancing the rural and remote health workforce through multidisciplinary education. They are the only rurally based academic facilities that work with all health disciplines at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and with the existing workforce.
The Greater Green Triangle UDRH is a program that combines major academic institutions, health services, industry groups and communities to promote ‘Greater Health' in the Greater Green Triangle region.
The GGT UDRH has a strong presence in the Greater Green Triangle region with offices in Hamilton, Mt Gambier and Warrnambool and a dispersed network of innovative multi-disciplinary student support, teaching and research sites embedded throughout the region and in metropolitan Victoria and South Australia.
The GGT UDRH is located within the Flinders Prevention, Promotion and Primary Health Care cluster, which is one of five clusters within the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences. The cluster also includes research units working in the area of public health, mental health promotion and primary health care.
In 2009, the GGT UDRH opened an office in Melbourne on Deakin University's Melbourne Burwood Campus as a research 'hub' for metropolitan-based researchers working on the Department's National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and primary health care grants. The Department's Burwood office is positioned within Deakin University's Faculty of Health's Population Health Strategic Research Centre. Deakin Population Health (DPH) is a multi-disciplinary, cross-school research cluster that showcases a diversity of industry partners. Researchers within the cluster have strong track records and a wealth of experience in the area of public health, including diabetes prevention, health promotion and health economics.
To be recognised as a centre for excellence in health services, public health and workforce research and health professional education.
To create a 'network for excellence' in:-
- Health professional education.
- Population and health services research throughout the GGT region.