The Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) to Reduce Inequality in Heart Disease focuses on improving the heart health and outcomes of groups and communities i.e. Regional Australians, Indigenous Australians and International Health

Communication and Media

Pharmacist, Doctor Home-based  Care Useful

for Chornic Heart Failure (CHF) Patients

Megan Haggan, AJP.com.au, 19/08/2015

 

 

Home-based Treatment is Cost-effective Alternative

for Heart Failure Patients 

Louise Durack, Griffith University, 20/08/2015

 

No Change of Heart, Cardiac Patients Ignore

Advice and Risk a Second Attack

Sue Dunlevy, Herald Sun  

                                        

 

 

Heart Attack Survivors put Themselves at Risk

Julie Power, Sydney Morning Herald

 

Royal Flying Doctor Service

(RFDS) Offers Free Testing

Stockland Melbourne

 

 

 

Two-year study to help health

Devon McGillicuddy, Colac Herald, 10/07/2015

 

Clinic tackles health concerns

Devon McGillicuddy, Colac Herald, 26/08/2015

 

New clinic helps cut health risks

Colac Herald, 26/06/2015

 

 

 

 

Trial Program in Shepparton Aims to Prevent

Obesity-related Disease

Thomas Moir, Shepparton News, 12/12/2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

Numbers are Slim

Thomas Moir, Weekend News, 09/05/2015

Free Medical Checks at MODERN Clinic Shepparton

Sharmon Stone MP, 10/07/2015