Summary of Successful Linkage Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation




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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

New South Wales

The University of New South Wales

LP100200690

Dr Lisa V Alexander, Prof David J Karoly, Dr Russell Vose, Dr Francis Zwiers

Approved

Project Title

Transforming our research capacity in the analysis of climate extremes

2010

$47,500.00

2011

$97,500.00

2012

$100,000.00

2013

$50,000.00

2014

2015

Primary FoR

0401

ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Canadian Climate Centre, Department of Climate Change, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Agency

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Given their devastating impacts, there is now a critical urgency to understand what drives extreme climate events and make timely predictions of their future risk. The analysis of comprehensive extremes datasets, comprising global observations and output of multi model simulations, will greatly improve our ability to answer fundamental questions about the nature and variability of extreme climatic events. This project also ensures the government's continued commitment to managing the risks associated with extreme events as an urgent national priority. It represents a landmark opportunity for Australian leadership of an international collaboration between some of the world's leading climate scientists and climate data and modelling centres.

LP100200486

Prof Michael Archer, Dr Suzanne Hand

Approved

Project Title

Uncovering ancient landscapes with emerging technologies: integrating complex geospatial and fossil data to explore late Cenozoic environmental change

2010

$35,000.00

2011

$70,000.00

2012

$75,000.00

2013

$40,000.00

2014

2015

Primary FoR

0403

GEOLOGY

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

QLD Department of Environment and Resource Management, Scientific & Information Technology Consulting Pty Ltd

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

This project aims to use emerging technologies to unravel relationships between prehistoric climate changes and environmental impacts in northern Australia. Given current uncertainty about impacts of contemporary climate change on our biota, it is important to document the outcomes of past climatic changes and, in particular, the globally critical period between 15 and five million years ago that shaped modern Australian environments. Fossil rich deposits in the Riversleigh World Heritage Area of northern Queensland span this period. Interpretation of their fine grained record of impact and change will improve our ability to predict and hence better manage impacts of future climate change on our unique national natural heritage.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

LP100200096

A/Prof Eileen Baldry, Dr Leanne M Dowse, A/Prof Julian N Trollor, Prof Patrick Dodson, Dr Devon Indig

Approved

Project Title

Indigenous Australians with mental health disorders and cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system

2010

$64,500.00

2011

$129,500.00

2012

$127,500.00

2013

$62,500.00

2014

2015

Primary FoR

1699

OTHER STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY

APAI

1

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care, Justice Health, Legal Aid NSW, NSW Department of Housing

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

This project addresses the high over representations of Indigenous persons with mental health and cognitive disabilities in Australian criminal justice systems. It will develop new understandings of the interactions amongst criminal justice, social, health, disability and other human services for these persons. Using an Indigenous methodology in this study will result in new information and understandings on Indigenous persons' experiences and perspectives. These will allow, for the first time, a critical analysis of system interactions and responses to complex needs for these persons. Outcomes will inform Indigenous theory and will be vital for developing new policy and practice to assist in protecting and promoting Indigenous wellbeing.

LP100200586

Prof Jeffrey Braithwaite, Prof Johanna I Westbrook

Approved

Project Title

Strengthening organisational performance through accreditation research: the ACCREDIT project

2010

$150,000.00

2011

$300,000.00

2012

$300,000.00

2013

$405,000.00

2014

$275,000.00

2015

$20,000.00

Primary FoR

1117

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

APAI

2

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Aged Care and Standards Accreditation Agency , Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care , Australian Council on Healthcare Standards , Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited , The Clinical Excellence Commission

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

This project will address multiple national benefits, including the National Research Priority, promoting and maintaining good health. Our knowledge of how accreditation, standards setting and surveying contributes to organisational performance and quality of care will be considerably improved. Better health policy, improved services to patients, enhanced consumer involvement in their own care and research results for use by national bodies, other industries and international partners are some of the key benefits this project aims research achieve. The community is vitally interested in the costs of health services, the value for money they produce and the standards of care provided.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

LP100200297

Prof Deborah J Brennan, Dr Zoe H Morrison, Ms Anne C Hampshire, Prof Fiona Williams, Dr Jennifer Skattebol

Approved

Project Title

Families at the centre: negotiating Australia's mixed market in early education and care

2010

$48,887.00

2011

$125,609.00

2012

$130,812.00

2013

$54,090.00

2014

2015

Primary FoR

1605

POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION

APAI

1

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Brotherhood of St Laurence, Early Childhood Australia inc, Lady Gowrie Child Centre Inc Adelaide, Lady Gowrie Child Centre Sydney, Mission Australia, The Gowrie (Qld) Inc, University of Leeds

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Despite a surge of policy reforms and Australian government investment in early childhood education and care (ECEC), little is known in Australia about how local ECEC markets function and how low income families make decisions about the use or non use of child care services. This project will provide evidence for policy making and service provision that aims to encourage child care use by low income families. The direct involvement of child care providers in the research will strengthen its relevance and impact. This research will place Australia at the forefront of international research on local child care markets, and resulting improvements in ECEC policy and services will generate substantial economic and social benefits.

LP100200165

Dr Georgina M Chambers, A/Prof Elizabeth A Sullivan, A/Prof Peter J Illingworth

Approved

Project Title

Economic impact and policy implications of assisted reproductive technologies in Australia

2010

$52,500.00

2011

$100,000.00

2012

$105,000.00

2013

$57,500.00

2014

2015

Primary FoR

1402

APPLIED ECONOMICS

APDI

Dr Georgina M Chambers

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

IVFAustralia Pty Ltd, Melbourne IVF Pty Ltd, Queensland Fertility Group

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is now a large scale economic activity in Australia, provided almost exclusively by private clinics. The outcome of ART programs, involving the birth of one in 30 children, has a profound effect on the health of the nation. Policy and funding frameworks influence how ART is practiced and the subsequent health outcomes of ART children, yet there is a lack of evidence to guide government and providers about effective, equitable and safe approaches to funding ART. This research will address that need, thereby fostering a healthy start to life and preventative healthcare; supporting the National Research Priority, promoting and maintaining good health, for ART children, their families and the community.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

LP100200455

Prof Christopher Cunneen, Ms Melanie Schwartz, Prof Larissa Y Behrendt

Approved

Project Title

National research study of the civil and family law needs of Indigenous people

2010

$74,937.50

2011

$149,937.50

2012

$158,141.50

2013

$83,141.50

2014

2015

Primary FoR

1801

LAW

APAI

2

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