Consistent with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, CIHER research projects and research capacity development are conducted in ways that:
- Recognise, value and respect the diversity, heritage, knowledge, cultural property and connection to land of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
- Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples prior to research being undertaken, so that they freely make decisions about their involvement.
- Report to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples the outcomes of research in which they have engaged.
The Centre for Indigenous Health Equity Research is currently working on multiple projects, including:
The Resilience Study measures & develops strategies for building & maintaining resilience for students transitioning to boarding schools.
Developing Service Integration Toolkit
This research aims to identify & share best practices to improve the uptake of & satisfaction with services that promote youth mental health.
Providing clear & systematic overview about interventions & indicators to work effectively in various cross-cultural care situations.
Working Well - Gurriny Project
Developing tailored workforce systems & processes to support sustained improvements in community-controlled PHC services.