Co-designing a university-based interdisciplinary community wellbeing clinic for older Australians at Port Macquarie

Prize: GrantSuccessful


This qualitative research project engages older Australians and key industry stakeholders in a co-designed process to establish a university-based interdisciplinary wellbeing clinic on the Charles Sturt University (CSU) campus at Port Macquarie. The School of Social Work and the Arts with CSU is leading the development of this interdisciplinary community wellbeing clinic at Port Macquarie which will provide nursing and allied health students (social work, occupational therapy, psychology etc) with work integrated learning opportunities. This proposed research project is the co-design phase to develop the model for the wellbeing clinic.
Degree of recognitionNational
Granting OrganisationsRural Health Research Institute