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www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 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 10.40 to 11.00Morning Tea 11.00 to 11.40Presentations Professor Michael Ewing – Case Study From Business and Economics Ms Meredith McIntyre – Case Study from Nursing & Midwifery 11.40 to 12.00Discussion of Issues from Case Studies
www.monash.edu.au 3 Agenda continued.. 12.00 to 12.20Berwick Panel Discussion Dr Elizabeth O’Brien & Associate Professor Lionel Frost 12.20 to 12.45Discussion – Berwick and Peninsula on future research collaboration prospects 12.45 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
www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 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.
www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 8 Epidemiological Study: Frankston Mornington Peninsula Region Cardiovascular disease Cancer disease Mental disease and disorders Neurological & sense disorders Chronic respiratory disease Injuries Asthma
www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 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
www.monash.edu.au 11 Higher degree by Research Students 33512003 36682004 28342002 16222001 9162000 MastersPhDYear Source: Statistical Services Pivot Tables 33652005
www.monash.edu.au 13 9.30 to 10.40 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
www.monash.edu.au 15 11.00 to 12.45 Presentation & Discussions 11.00 to 11.40Presentations Professor Michael Ewing – Case Study From Business and Economics Ms Meredith McIntyre – Case Study from Peninsula 11.40 to 12.00Case Study Discussion 12.00 to 12.20Berwick Panel Discussion Dr Elizabeth O’Brien & Associate Professor Lionel Frost 12.20 to 12.45 Discussion – Berwick & Peninsula on future research collaboration prospects
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