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Curtin University
Collaboration for Evidence, Research and Impact in Public Health

HDR research opportunities

Research OpportunitiesCERIPH has a number of ongoing research projects providing higher degree research opportunities for Masters and PhD students.

CERIPH is committed to building evidence and capacity in health promotion theory, practice and evaluation through applied and participatory research. Grounded in an understanding of social determinants of health and a commitment to ethical practice, CERIPH conducts much of its research with vulnerable or at risk communities and populations.

Research opportunities in the following broad areas are available:

  • Nutrition and physical activity
  • Older adults
  • Sexual health and sexuality
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Mental health
  • Environment and community health
  • Workplace Health
  • Indigenous health

If you are interested in undertaking higher degree research in health promotion, consider the unique and innovative research opportunities in a supportive environment that CERIPH can offer. 

Click here to find out more about the specific research projects

Click here to find out about the expert supervision team and view the researcher profiles.