We value and enjoy working with our research partners and invite other individuals and organisations to collaborate with us in our research activities.
As a partner, the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (CRRMH):
- has considerable research expertise and capacity to collect data in rural and remote communities;
- has the capacity and a track record of working successfully and respectfully with Aboriginal communities;
- has a wealth of longitudinal data on mental health and wellbeing of rural and remote citizens;
- has expertise in designing, implementing and evaluating state-wide mental health programs;
- has solid relationships with rural communities, and community groups and agencies in NSW, and;
- has a track record of providing policy advice, program delivery, workforce development and applied research about rural and remote mental health and wellbeing.
We currently support several PhD students who are undertaking their thesis work with us across a range of areas. PhD, Masters, and research students with an interest in rural and remote mental health are invited to apply to work with us.
To discuss research partnership or research student opportunities, please contact:
Dr Hazel Dalton
Research Leader and Senior Research Fellow
(02) 6363 8411