South West Sydney Research brings together healthcare, research and health education entities in South West Sydney as a co-ordinated Hub.

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1/12 My goal as a researcher is to ensure equitable access to evidence-based #psychosocial #cancercare. One of the most common issues faced by people #LivingWithCancer (aka #cancersurvivors) is #cancer #fearofrecurrence https://t.co/yPqhK8GoUT

Truly inspired by Mr Charlie Booth (aged 62) who shared his recent journey learning to read and write, and is now looking forward to the day when he can read a book to his grandchildren. After all, there is no health literacy without literacy. #healthliteracy #healthconsumers

Thrilled to be at the @SWSLHD 13th Consumer and Community Participation Conference today to hear about all the fantastic efforts of and important issues relevant to consumers/carers/community in our district #healthconsumers #healthoutcomes

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University of Sydney

At the heart of our strategy is our shared common purpose: to create and sustain a university in which, for the benefit of both Australia and the wider world, the brightest researchers and the most promising students, whatever their social or cultural background, can thrive and realise their full potential. Strategic areas of focus:

  • Obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease
  • Cancer
  • Mental health and neuroscience
  • Infectious diseases

Over the course of 2015 the University of Sydney will formulate its next five-year strategic plan, in consultation with staff, students and key stakeholders.

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