Clinical training and research opportunities for ECU students and academics are key drivers for ECU’s investment in the ECU Health Centre. The ECU Health Centre Committee, chaired by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Partnerships), Professor Cobie Rudd; and the Teaching, Training and Clinical Governance Advisory Group, chaired by the Executive Dean of the School of Medical and Health Sciences, Professor Moira Sim, promote and support these opportunities for the ECU research and education community.
One of the ways in which research and clinical training opportunities are facilitated is through the availability of the ECU clinic space on Level 2 of the ECU Health Centre. This space includes a reception and waiting area, meeting rooms, consulting rooms, an observation room, three offices for ECU staff, a student hot desk area and a lunch room.
ECU stakeholders are encouraged to apply to deliver programs from the ECU clinic space for clinical training, teaching or research purposes. Applications will be submitted to the Project Coordinator, ECU Health Centre.
ECU researchers work together with community groups in the City of Wanneroo and the health professionals in the ECU Health Centre to ensure that high quality best practice care is provided, which is responsive to local needs.
Researchers interested in working together with the services at the ECU Health Centre for research purposes are encouraged to contact the Project Coordinator, ECU Health Centre.
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