About PHCRED at UTAS
|The PHCRED Program ceased on 31st December 2011.
This website is currently in caretaker mode, therefore no further updates will be made and it will cease operating on 31st December 2012.
What's new at PHCRED
Thank you all who presented & attended our Symposium! The abstract booklet is now available here and we welcome our presenters who wish to share their presentations electronically. Highlighted titles in the contents page are linked to their respective presentations.
Registrations for our workshops open approximately one month prior to the workshop date.
Research Institute (MRI) and the University
Department of Rural Health at the University of Tasmania are
part of a nationwide initiative funded by the Department of Health
and Ageing designed to support strategic primary care research.
The Primary Health Care
Research, Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) Strategy aims
to improve national research capacity in general practice by assisting
University Departments of General Practice and Rural Health to further
develop primary health care as an area of scholarship by embedding
a research culture in Australian general practice specifically,
and Australian primary health care more generally.
At UTAS we offer support to the general practice
and allied health community in the following ways:
- An educational program focussing on research skills, for example:
- Quantitative Data Analysis
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Providing consultative support for your research and evaluation
We are also particularly
interested in building successful partnerships to undertake:
of primary care research higher degree students
For more information on PHCRED, please download our brochure.
Want to be keep up to date with PHCRED activities in 2011? Email the statewide facilitator at firstname.lastname@example.org and type 'add me to the PHCRED_list' in the subject line.