Practising Positive Partnerships

An eccv evidence-based research project — demystifying the future of inter-organisational partnerships within the ethnic and multicultural aged care sector

Mr Sam Afra, Professor Collette Browning & Ms Janice Munt MPPractising Positive Partnershps in the Ethnic and Multicultural Aged Care Sector — Networking, Coordinating, Cooperating, Collaborating? Produced by Healthy Ageing Research Unit (HARU) at Monash University (2010) for eccv

Dr Harriet Radermacher, Research Fellow of HARU, Monash University presented an overview and some initial findings of the research at the 10th Global IFA (International Federation of Ageing) Conference in Melbourne on "" May 2010. Download PowerPoint presentation (126.9 KB)

Click here to download a slideshow of the research launch 26 August, 2010 (1.07 MB)

Related eccv research

eccv & Monash University researchIt's not an 'Either/Or' — Delivery of community aged care services to ethnic groups: mainstream versus ethno–specific services. Produced by Healthy Ageing Research Unit (HARU) at Monash University (2008) for eccv Download report (705 KB).

Radermacher, H., Feldman, S., & Browning, C. (2009). Mainstream versus ethno-specific community aged care services: It’s not an ‘either or’. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 28 (2), 58–63 Download journal article (140 KB).

For further information contact Dr Irene Bouzo on ph 9349 4122 or email ibouzo@eccv.org.au

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