Congratulations to the 2022 Open Research Round recipients!
Our Open Research Round focuses on projects that address at least one of our strategic priorities and funding is available under Exploratory and Intervention categories:
- Our Exploratory Research Grants support exploratory or formative studies to address gaps in health promotion research, demonstrating the potential to influence health promotion in WA.
- Our Intervention Research Grants support projects that will develop and test or inform a new health promotion program or policy intervention.
We are calling for Expressions of Interest for the 2023 Open Research Round. For more information about the Open Research Round including how to apply visit: Apply for an Exploratory and Intervention Grant – Healthway.
Read the media statement here.
Successful recipients in 2022 Open Research Round
|University||Chief Investigator||Projects||Funding amount|
|University of Western Australia/Telethon Kids Institute||Dr Yael Perry||Improving LGBTQA+ mental health through enhanced inclusive practice training|
|Dr Yael Perry||Sibling Stories: improving the mental health of siblings of trans youth|
|Dr Andrea Nathan||Incorporating children’s voices for more equitable and healthy environments|
|Associate Professor Hayley Christian||Play Active childcare intervention to improve children’s physical activity|
|Associate Professor Hayley Christian||Childcare educator-parent engagement for healthy eating and physical activity|
|Curtin University||Associate Professor Mark Boyes||Co-design and trial of a mental health program for children with language difficulties|
|Professor Lauren Breen||Grief literacy for young people (14-24 years): A co-designed study|
|Edith Cowan University||Dr Naomi Joy Godden||Climate change and mental health and wellbeing of children and young people|
|University of Melbourne||Dr Michell Jongenelis||The impact of e-cigarette marketing on youth susceptibility to use|