Simplifying care
Enriching lives

About the CCRI

The Central Coast Research Institute for Integrated Care undertakes translational research into the development and implementation of new models of integrated care. By supporting the adoption of integrated care in policy and practice, the CCRI aims to bring tangible benefits to the health and wellbeing of the Central Coast community and beyond.

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Our Research

Our research seeks to examine how the design and implementation of new models of integrated care can add value to health systems through improving the care experiences and outcomes of individuals and communities as well as the cost-effectiveness of healthcare systems. Our priority research areas include: healthy ageing, complex and chronic illness, mental health and wellbeing, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

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Latest News

  • Event
    IFIC Australia Webinar – Wednesday 27 March: Join us!
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  • Complex & Chronic Illness
    What care do people with dementia receive at the end of life? Lessons from a retrospective clinical audit of deaths in hospital and other settings
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  • Event
    CCRI makes an impact at 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care
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  • Active & Healthy Ageing
    Older Australians to be surveyed about using sensor technology to stay at home longer
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Get involved with CCRI

There are many ways in which we can utilise research to improve the health and wellbeing of our community. The CCRI seeks to work proactively with community members, health professionals and research partners and welcomes active participation across its Advisory Groups and Communities of Practice.

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