School of Paediatrics and Child Health

ISAC Collaborations

Aboriginal children with Karen Edmond

We have a collective vision to improve health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

We are researchers from national and international, Aboriginal, non-government and mainstream organisations. We are placed in leadership positions in international academic and service delivery institutions. We include health service researchers, epidemiologists, child health researchers, undergraduate and post graduate university lecturers, and members of peak bodies for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) in states and territories, ACCHS service providers, government service providers and government policy makers.

Our strategies

Intellectual exchange

We aim to building on our track record of collaboration and intellectual exchange.

Cohesive and integrated CRE structure

ISAC is administered from UWA and each of the four Themes has two CI co-leads, a staffing structure and a work plan.

Effective governance and management of collaborations

Our governance structure is in place, and is overseen by the ISAC Governance Committee.

Sharing of research methodology and tools

We share methodology expertise and knowledge such as methodological skills, standard operating procedures, protocols, audit tools and data collection tools.

Articulate and improve relationships with other groups

We welcome new collaborators. Please contact us.


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