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Safer options

The aim of the Safer Options research was to strengthen the capacity of primary care providers in Western Australia (WA) to deliver accessible primary care services to LGBTIQA+ individuals experiencing intimate partner violence

Launched in 2021, the Screening Saves Lives campaign targets the WA LGBTIQASB+ community, promoting awareness and engagement in bowel, breast, and cervical cancer screenings. This study aimed to evaluate the campaign and assess cancer screening knowledge, attitudes and practices in the WA LGBTIQASB+ community.

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East Metropolitan Health Service Systems Inventory

Systems inventory and organisational network analysis to understand available services, identify gaps and opportunities to improve physical activity, nutrition and address obesity.

Community Experience of Access to Services in the Armadale Local Government Area for Children and Families Pre-birth to Age 12

This formative project is a collaboration between Carey Community Resources and Curtin University. The project aims to map services and support available to families with young children in the Armadale local government area. Work includes a scoping review, mapping and focus group discussions. These findings will inform subsequent phases of the project.

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