Health Innovation, Transformation and Discovery
The Collaborative Evaluation Unit (CEU) has partnered with the Latrobe Valley Authority to deliver the Health and Wellbeing stream of the Gippsland Smart Specialisation Strategy (GS3). The Smart Specialisation approach is based on three principals:
- Smart: Identify the regions own strength, comparative and competitive assets
- Specialisation: Prioritise research and innovation in competitive areas
- Strategic; define and develop shared vision for regional innovation
Working in partnership with stakeholders, the CEU will explore current and future strengths and challenges in the heath sector. A series of workshops will lead a collaborative Discovery, Inquiry and Design process that is evidence based to explore strengths and opportunities.
|Discovery Workshop 1|
Professor Collette Browning
Healthy Ageing and Wellbeing
Professor Rochelle Eime
Sport Participation, Facilities and Health Outcomes Across the Lifespan
Professor Shane Thomas
Happy Life Club / Public Health
Professor Carolyn Unsworth
Measuring Outcomes: using data to support allied health services
|Discovery Workshop 2|
Discovery Workshop 2 will be held on Tuesday 26th October 2021
We welcome your feedback from the Workshop. Please follow the link below to complete the survey
Would you like to get involved in Health Innovation, Transformation and Discovery?
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Associate Professor: Joanne Porter