We undertake research generated by our own local research questions with local researchers in addition to collaborative work with a variety of partner organisations in broader multi-site state-wide, national and international studies. Our key research partner is The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health through the Rural Health Academic Network (RHAN) program. The RHAN program specifically aims to build research capability and capacity in partner regional and rural health services.
Current research and clinical trials - NHW Clinical Research external webpages
Completed publications, reports and presentations - NHW Staff Publications & Reports Repository
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Dr Kay Xu, Medical Oncologist at NHW presents the NHW Clinical Trials Research Support Service (CTRSS) and explains the importance of clinical trials within rural and regional settings. Dr Xu introduces her role as the CTRSS Medical Officer and looks at what is ahead for the CTRSS. | Download Powerpoint presentation
Keynote Speaker - Associate Professor Stephanie Best - "Applying Implementation Science in Rural Health"
To celebrate Research Week, Northeast Health Wangaratta in collaboration with The University of Melbourne, Rural health Academic Network (RHAN), presented a webinar by the Senior Research Lead at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Associate Professor Stephanie Best. | Recording to be supplied
The Value Based Model of Care for Dental Services at NHW : Evaluation of Model of Care 2018-2019 / By Tricia Voss, Emily Pegan, Dental Team & Rowan O’Hagan, RHAN Coordinator. Download Powerpoint with voice - pptx 13MB | Download .pdf of slides
Join Anna Griffith and Jessica Borgh from the AWH Research Office, as well as guest speakers from partner universities, as they deliver an 8-session Research Professional Development Program.
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This report describes the clinical presentation, treatment and outcome of a cohort of over half a million patients with COVID-19 hospitalised between January 2020 and June 2021 in 63 countries throughout the world.
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To celebrate ‘Research Week’ Northeast Health in collaboration with The University of Melbourne, Rural Health Academic Network (RHAN) provided a webinar by Adjunct Professor Ruth Stewart
Adjunct Professor Ruth Stewart was appointed as the second National Rural Health Commissioner for Australia in July 2020. She brings to this role nearly 30 years of work as a Rural Generalist doctor with the advanced skills of a GP obstetrician. Ruth and her husband Anthony Brown now live and work on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait.
During her extensive time as a GP in south west Victoria, Ruth was employed in 2008 as the inaugural Director of Clinical Training Rural with Deakin University’s new medical school. She established the rural program creating a network of 12 growing to 18 Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship placements for third year medical students.
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