Annual Report 2003/2004 Menzies School of Health Research
Tabled paper 1523
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Menzies School of Health Research Postal address: PO Box 41096 Casuarina NT 0811 Australia Our mission To improve the health of people of northern and central Australia and regions to the near north through multidisciplinary research and education by: Promoting a broad understanding of health that reflects underlying socioeconomic, environmental, health system and biological factors as determinants of health and disease. Conducting high-quality multidisciplinary research, research training and public health education with a focus on Indigenous, remote and tropical health. Advancing the local, national and international application of research findings to improve health. Advocating for research that will contribute to better health for people of the region. Building strong partnerships with community groups, service providers, policy-makers, and other academic organisations. Our logo The Menzies School of Health Research logo reflects the Schools broad research agenda. The warm and fluid circle shapes symbolize both the sun representing the Schools physical location and a human cell, the building block of life and the basis of MSHRs work. The rhythmic edge of dots suggests the Schools many Indigenous clients and collaborations. The precise lines underscoring the mof Menzies illustrates MSHRs rigorous scientific standards. Location: John Mathews Building (58) Nightingale Road Royal Darwin Hospital Campus Tiwi NT 0810 Australia Phone: (+61) 08-8922 8196 Fax: (+61) 08-8927 5187 Website: www.menzies.edu.au
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