INSPIRE Magazine

In this, the 24th issue of INSPIRE, we highlight how incredibly important Health and Medical Research is in the more remote and rural areas of our country.

We dive into how our regional Australia is doing it tough, and how many of our researchers are working with the community on projects that enable better health and lifestyle choices. We also cover the work that is being done to improve the mental health of our farmers.

Also in this issue, we start a new tradition of profiling some of our newest members – let’s welcome Asthma Australia, Crohn’s Colitis Cure, DUG Technology Australia (DUG), The Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics Australia (FAST), Neuroblastoma Australia, and Translational Research Institute Australia (TRI).

Our special thanks go to the organisations that contributed articles to this issue: AIHI Macquarie Uni, Deakin University, Edith Cowan University, Flinders University College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University Rural Health SA, James Cook University, Mid North Coast Local Health District, MITO Foundation, National Ageing Research Institute Limited (NARI), Notre Dame University, Sax Institute, University of South Australia, University of Melbourne, University of Western Australia, University of Tasmania, the University of the Sunshine Coast and Telethon Kids Institute.

The schedule for upcoming editions of INSPIRE and information about how to contribute an article is available here.

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The schedule for upcoming editions of INSPIRE and information about how to contribute an article is available here.

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