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1 Professor Phillip Steele Pro Vice-Chancellor Campus Co-ordination Academic Director, Berwick and Peninsula Campuses Peninsula Campus Health & Wellbeing Research Collaboration Day Monday 13 February 2006

2 2 Today’s Agenda 9.00 to 9.15Arrival. Tea & Coffee 9.15 to 9.30Professor Phillip Steele Pro Vice Chancellor – Campus Co-ordination and Academic Director Berwick and Peninsula Welcome & Summary from last workshop 9.30 to 10.40Presentations Professor David Copolov – Monash University’s Research Vision on Health & Wellbeing Professor Carol Morse – Health & Wellbeing Research – Realising the Vision on the Ground Professor Helen Keleher – Perspectives from Health Sciences to 11.00Morning Tea to 11.40Presentations Professor Michael Ewing – Case Study From Business and Economics Ms Meredith McIntyre – Case Study from Nursing & Midwifery to 12.00Discussion of Issues from Case Studies

3 3 Agenda continued to 12.20Berwick Panel Discussion Dr Elizabeth O’Brien & Associate Professor Lionel Frost to 12.45Discussion – Berwick and Peninsula on future research collaboration prospects to 2.00Lunch 2.00 to 2.55Health Services – Prospects for Community - University collaboration 2.55 to 3.10Presentation Dr Kathy Avent & Rosalba Drummond – Opportunities & Challenges for Health & Wellbeing 3.10 to 3.30Future think & Discussion – Where to next? Professor Phillip Steele 3.30 to 3.40Close and thanks 3.40 to 4.30Informal drinks/networking

4 4 Aim of Today Update on health and wellbeing research activities Identify opportunities for cross faculty / campus research collaboration? Identify opportunities for the development of health & wellbeing research

5 5 Welcome Colleagues from Monash Peninsula Colleagues from Monash Berwick Colleagues from elsewhere in Monash Colleagues from other agencies – Frankston City Council, Peninsula Health, Peninsula Community Health Service, and Mornington Peninsula Shire Council.

6 6 Vision for Peninsula campus A campus of about 4,000-4,500 students A distinctive academic theme of “healthy & successful living” Multi-disciplinary: Business & Economics, Education, IT, Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences Research intensive: 10% HDR, at least one major research centre Well developed community engagement Well developed outreach & pathways

7 7 Developments during 2005 New academic disciplines being established –physiotherapy, –occupational therapy, –health science / social work –sport and outdoor recreation Frankston Aquatic, Health& Wellness Opportunity Analysis completed –A $30m community aquatic, health & wellness centre with aquatic & leisure, teaching facilities (Monash & TAFE), student placement, multi- disciplinary clinic and research centre –Epidemiological study –Multi-disciplinary clinic? –A research centre? Director, Health & Wellbeing Research established –Research audit –Some collaborative research proposals and projects

8 8 Epidemiological Study: Frankston Mornington Peninsula Region Cardiovascular disease Cancer disease Mental disease and disorders Neurological & sense disorders Chronic respiratory disease Injuries Asthma

9 9 Epidemiological Study: Frankston Mornington Peninsula Region Scope for Preventive Interventions: –Nutrition education –Physical activity –Community connectedness Prevention Research centre model – participatory research –Establish benchmark of current health promotion / disease prevention –Assess need for health promotion / disease prevention –Develop intervention strategies –Work with partners on implementation strategies –Evaluate and improve

10 10 Actions from Last Research Collaboration Day 1.Research support at Peninsula 2.Establishment of a ‘Wellness” Research Centre/Institute 3.A conference to build up knowledge on the integration of research into courses 4.A place and a process to develop and explore collaborative ideas 5.Running or hosting research conferences at the campus 6.Developing a higher profile for campus research 7.Research directory 8.Preparation for the implementation of the Research Quality Framework (RQF) 9.Internships and professional education

11 11 Higher degree by Research Students MastersPhDYear Source: Statistical Services Pivot Tables

12 12 Research quantum ( –2005?) 138,70066, Income/ FTE (T&R) Weighted publications/ FTE (T&R) Weighted completions/ FTE (T&R) ?Completions/ HDR (%) Top Go8MonashPeninsulaCriteria Source: TARDIS, Statistical Services Pivot Tables

13 to Presentations > Professor David Copolov – Monash University’s Research Vision on Health & Wellbeing >Professor Carol Morse – Health & Wellbeing Research – Realising the Vision on the Ground >Professor Helen Keleher – Perspectives from Health Sciences

14 to 11.00Morning Tea

15 to Presentation & Discussions to 11.40Presentations Professor Michael Ewing – Case Study From Business and Economics Ms Meredith McIntyre – Case Study from Peninsula to 12.00Case Study Discussion to 12.20Berwick Panel Discussion Dr Elizabeth O’Brien & Associate Professor Lionel Frost to Discussion – Berwick & Peninsula on future research collaboration prospects

16 to 2.00Lunch

17 – 2.55Community Panel Members Health Services – Prospects for Community – University collaboration

18 – 3.10 Presentation Dr Kathy Avent and Rosalba Drummond – Opportunities and Challenges for Health and Wellbeing funding

19 to 3.30 Professor Phillip Steele & All - Future think & Discussion – Where to next?

20 20 Thanks Attendees Speakers Organisers

21 21 Close Informal Drinks/ networking - Chardonnay Room


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