Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) researchers and clinicians are using their expertise, experience and local community contacts to develop enduring solutions to the current COVID-19 pandemic to improve health outcomes and wellbeing across Northern Australia, with our neighbours in Timor-Leste and around Australia.
The use of innovative Projection Augmented Physical Landscape technology is bringing science and local Indigenous knowledge together in a way that facilitates two-way learning about environmental history and science in the very diverse, cross-cultural, cross-linguistic space of northern Australia.
Traditional Owners, along with many other stakeholders, will work together on developing the Integrated Report Card. Over the next few years, the Report Card will track the health of Darwin Harbour to allow informed decision making towards a sustainable future for all those living in the surrounding area.
Research shows Indigenous Australians more likely to suffer from emotional distress
Indigenous Australians are six times more likely to experience stressful events in their lives compared to their non-Indigenous counterparts, new research from a Charles Darwin University PhD graduate has found.
Research focuses on East Point rainforest rehabilitation
The rehabilitation of dry seasonal rainforest at East Point Reserve in Darwin, which was devastated during World War II and Cyclone Tracy, has been the focus of research by a Charles Darwin University PhD graduand.