We are committed to ‘closing the gap’ by training doctors who have a deep knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health issues.
The Academic Unit of General Practice is a community resource committed to providing excellence in health education and research.
We are currently researching fall prevention and aged-related diseases such as dementia and osteoporosis. Chronic disease focuses include asthma, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.
Our research is addressing fundamental questions related to the causes and pathogenesis of several different types of cancer as well as exploring new drugs and treatments across a broad range of different cancers.
Advanced kidney disease is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular mortality, and dialysis patients have a higher incidence of nutrient deficiency, sleep disorder and mental health disease.
The Centre's mission is to conduct research to improve our understanding of how health systems are governed, and the relations between this governance and the health of the community.
Our research focuses on optimising the way intensive care and emergency units operate.
The endocrinology and diabetes researchers are involved in investigator-led and pharmaceutical industry-sponsored clinical research as well as in a very active basic research laboratory.
Our research effort focuses on understanding the genetic and cellular basis of sarcoidosis, vasculitis, and other forms of autoimmune disease.
Our research covers a diverse range of topics, from seeking to understand the basic biology of pathogens to the design of public health approaches to control the diseases the cause.
Our gastroenterology research focuses on understanding the mechanisms underlying ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease.
The Medical and Health Education Research Unit aims to optimise the student experience by conducting research into educational innovations, student admissions, medical & health humanities and culture, ethnicity & health
Our research is concerned with stroke management, eye movement control and the development of vision-based diagnostics for multiple sclerosis.
We lead and contribute to primary health care research and policy. Our current projects focus on obesity management in general practice, including the role of the General Practitioner in managing adult patients with obesity and the therapeutic alliance in general practice.
Our psychiatry and addiction medicine research delves into a wide range of topics, including: perinatal mental health; childhood adversity, trauma, loss and grief; population and disaster mental health; older persons’ mental health; and neuropsychiatry.
The Trauma and Orthopaedic Research Unit (TORU) undertakes clinical and laboratory research in the field of musculoskeletal disease.
The Centenary Hospital for Women and Children (CHWC) is on the Canberra Hospital Campus, in Building 11, on the corner of Gilmore Crescent and Hospital Road in Garran ACT.