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The project will focus on how to design building access, waiting spaces, consultation rooms, wards and accommodation facilities of health care settings, that takes into consideration cultural beliefs so Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples will access health care when needed. Read more.
Scholarships are available to Australian and New Zealand citizens for PhD study as part of the project: "Understanding Indigenous experiences of architectural settings to improve Indigenous health outcomes: Does design matter?” Click here for details
Professor Memmott is recognized for his outstanding contribution to the advancement of the profession through research, education, public service and advocacy focused primarily on the welfare of Indigenous Australians.
Wild Australia: Meston's Wild Australia Show 1892-3 Exhibition
A research project initiated by Paul Memmott.
Exhibition curation by Michael Aird and Mandana Mapar.
Opens 23 February 2015 UQ Anthropology Museum.