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


South West Sydney Research facilitates world-class research by supporting multi‑professional and multi‑centre collaboration, working to improve our competitiveness, and reducing barriers to research conduct and translation.


There are many ways to be part of the health research community.


Read about our latest news at South West Sydney Research.


Please be advised that the Hawkesbury campus is closed today due to a complete power outage. At this stage, it is unknown when the power will be restored. Please avoid travel to the campus, if possible. We will advise when the power is restored. Thanks for your understanding.

@WHOWPRO @WHOSEARO @WHO_Europe @WHOEMRO @WHOAFRO @pahowho FACT: The new coronavirus cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites

#COVID19 #KnowtheFacts

Nine #workshops , four #conferences, five #Jobs, eight #grants. All this and more in this week's newsletter from @sws_research. Read it here.

Load More...

The latest health and medical news

Each week we bring you the latest health and medical news

State-of-the-art telehealth facilities for South West Sydney

Improving patient care is the goal behind the implementation of new state-of-the-art telehealth facilities which have just opened in Liverpool, Campbelltown and Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospitals.

The facilities include the latest digital imaging, information technologies and video-conferencing facilities which will allow clinicians, across multiple disciplines, to connect to determine the best way to care for a patient. The room is installed with multiple touch LCD screens, ceiling-mounted cameras and multi-directional microphones integrated with latest digital information and communication technologies, including scans and a digital microscope.

The facilities provide clinicians with real-time access to imaging and diagnostic information which helps to provide a patient’s full story. This information then allows for better informed decisions about patient care.


Liverpool Innovation Precinct land use strategy released

Liverpool is one step closer to becoming a hub for innovation in health, education and research with the launch of Liverpool Innovation Precinct’s Land Use analysis and Precinct Strategy.

The strategy sets out how Liverpool will maximise the NSW Government’s $740 million Liverpool Hospital redevelopment and includes an extensive insight into, not only the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, but also recommendations for improved transport options, green spaces and connectivity between the centres. Click here to read the strategy.



Consumer Involvement & Engagement Toolkit

The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) has released a Consumer Involvement and Engagement Toolkit which provides practical advice

for researchers conducting patient-centred clinical trials. The Toolkit helps researchers plan, deliver, evaluate and report consumer and community involvement and engagement activities.  Click here to find out more.