The University of Newcastle stands as a global leader distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence and to creating a better future for its regions through a focus on innovation and impact.
UON staff, students and alumni are a resource for our whole community. They are partners and collaborators in world-class research, teaching and learning, and their skilled graduates contribute to our regions, Australia and the world.
They challenge standard practice and received wisdom. They are world leaders in generating new knowledge and translating innovative ideas into real benefits to society. UON are open, ethical, rigorous and committed to the highest standards in academic enquiry. They are champions of academic freedom and professional responsibility.
Hunter New England Population Health is responsible for the delivery of Population Health services to the people of the Hunter and New England regions.
Hunter New England Population Health delivers services that support the development and maintenance of healthy environments, healthy communities and healthy people. Their mission is to protect and promote the health and well-being of people in the Hunter, New England and wider communities.
Their services include responding to environmental, emergency and communicable disease threats, and promoting policies, services, environments and behaviours that are conducive to good health. Such services incorporate the principles and strategies of epidemiology, surveillance, health protection, health promotion, behaviour and practice change and research.
Healthy Australia is a registered Not for Profit organisation, created as a Social Impact Program provider for Australian citizens in the areas of health improvement. Healthy Australia is a charitable organisation, established by the founders of HubHello, a CCMS and IT provider, for the purpose of providing quality services to protect children at risk through new technology, service delivery, research and education.
The feedAustralia program has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC). Approval number is H-2016-0111.
Healthy Australia is a non-profit organisation. The following applies to the award of any funding from Healthy Australia:
The grant must be used only for direct research costs. Grant funds may not be used for facilities and administrative costs (overheads), including University levies and indirect costs associated with administrative and facilities support, resulting from an institution providing support services.
In the result of under-expenditure of funds, the time fame for funding may be extended upon request.