Inquiries into migrant worker rights show same old problems – but we already have solutions
RIPL Project Wins International Award
An ISCRR-supported research project 'RIPL Project One: Post Occupancy Built and Technology Design Evaluation,' was among the recently announced winners of the prestigious Certificate of Research Excellence from the Environmental Design Research Association in the USA - one of five international projects to secure such an accolade, with the awards presented to winners on 10 October 2015.
IICSOT If I Could Say One Thing Research Forums
ISCRR/AIDIN Community Forum
Forum: Vulnerable Workers
Steps towards safer workplaces
Researchers from ISCRR's network have developed a new tool to help employers create safer workplaces by better preventing injury and illness. Monash University has released a press release detailing their work.
eNews #18: 6 July 2015
eNews #18: 6 July 2015
In this eNews: We introduce our up and coming events with a few exciting opportunities for our readers including a Vulnerable Worker Forum in August, we take a birds-eye view of some recent research activity, Dr Verna Smith, Research Lead, Improving Trauma Care reports back on the her experience of International Spinal Cord Society Conference (ISCOS) 2015, we hear from Professor Jamie Cooper, Director of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre (ANZIC-RC), Monash University.
Research to improve workplace health and safety in education sector
Researchers from ISCRR's network have used a new survey to assess the key health and safety concerns experienced by Australian Education Union members working in schools, TAFEs and other education services. Monash University has released a press release detailing their findings.
Workshop: Uni Gateway's Business Breakfast
eNews #17: 21 May 2015
In this issue: as well as introducing the results of SmILE related Development Grants, we take a closer look at the Community Integration Questionnaire (CIQ), we are publicising some of our exciting new research outputs and are asking people to register for UniGateway's next Melbourne Business Breakfast, hosted by Monash and featuring SmILE research. We also get the chance to hear from Gillean Hilton who is completing her PhD with the Department of Occupational Therapy at Central Queensland University.