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Monitoring and evaluation

Our research works to understand, develop and evaluate good-practice resources, processes and frameworks that guide how research outputs and new knowledge can feed into effective and responsive policy, practices and processes across the health system.

Evaluating a community of practice for Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing Catching some air Framework for evaluation of policies, programs and services Improving the patient journey for Indigenous patients from remote areas ABCD National Research Partnership into plain English ABCD: Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease Alcohol management plans in Indigenous Australia Clients' Perception of the Quality of Care: Monitoring and feedback project Engaging First Peoples: A Review of Government Engagement Methods for Developing Health Policy Evaluation of Lotus Glen Correctional Centre Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peer Education Project FAR project Implementation of innovations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health Improving health promotion practice for chronic disease in Indigenous communities Monitoring and evaluating Aboriginal tobacco control National appraisal of CQI initiatives in Indigenous primary health care NDIS evaluation Negotiating accountability Nindilingarri Cultural Health Services: health promotion evaluation Planning processes in implementing National Partnership Agreements in Indigenous health Planning, Implementation and Effectiveness (PIE) in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Policy Reform Stewardship dialogues Taking Care of Business Targeting at-risk clients in metropolitan Aboriginal community controlled health service: Model development and evaluation plan The Overburden project Working well: Tailoring a workforce development model to deliver sustained improvements in community controlled healthcare