Consistent with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, the Jawun Research Centre 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 Jawun Research Centre is currently working on multiple projects, including:
The Resilience Study measures & develops strategies for building & maintaining resilience for students transitioning to boarding schools.
Working Well - Gurriny Project
Developing tailored workforce systems & processes to support sustained improvements in community-controlled PHC services.
Transition to Community Control - Gurriny Project
Evaluation of the process of transitioning to community-controlled PHC in Yarrabah, Far North Queensland.
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.