Community & Ambulatory Services research
Community and Ambulatory services provide services and programs across all age spans, and focus on enhancing the health, independence and overall well-being of children, adolescent and adult people residing in the community.
The service provides community based therapeutic interventions that may improve function and/or prevent the deterioration of existing conditions. Multi-disciplinary services respond to individual needs and provide strong integration within and between health services and the broader community, better facilitating seamless transition along the health care continuum.
Advance Care Planning research
Advance Care Planning is a process that supports people who wish to make a healthcare plan for a time when they may be unable to make their own decisions.Find out more
Community Rehabilitation research
Community Rehabilitation provides specialised programs for adults who have recently experienced a change in their health, thereby maximising what they can do at home and in the community.Find out more
The Caulfield Pain Management and Research Centre has a very strong and active program in applied clinical research.Find out more
Cognitive, Dementia and Memory research
The Cognitive, Dementia and Memory Service (CDAMS) is a specialist diagnostic service that aims to assist people experiencing changes to their memory and thinking through diagnosis and assessment of the psychological, medical and social difficulties associated with memory changes.Find out more
Cardiac Rehabilitation research
The Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit (CRU) provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitate patients who have experienced a cardiac event, heart failure or require risk factor modification.Find out more
Community Health research
Caulfield Community Health Service (CCHS) provides a range of clinical and health promotion services for people of all ages who live, work or study within the local community. These multi disciplinary services are provided in the centre, community or are home based.Find out more
Hospital Admission Risk Program research
The objectives of the Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP) is to:
- Improve patients outcomes
- Provide integrated seamless care within and across hospital sectors
- Reduce avoidable hospital admissions and emergency department presentations
- Ensure equitable access to health care.
Vicarious pain responders and emotion: evidence for distress rather than mimicry
Young KA, Gandevia SC, Giummarra MJ
(2017), Psychophysiology, 54(7), 1081-95
Sex differences in empathy for pain: what is the role of autonomic regulation?
Tracy LM, Giummarra MJ
(2017), Psychophysiology, 54(10), 1549-58
Co-occurrence of posttraumatic stress symptoms, pain, and disability 12 months after traumatic injury
Giummarra MJ, Casey SL, Devlin A, Ioannou LJ, Gibson SJ, Georgiou-Karistianis N, Jennings PA, Cameron PA, Ponsford J
(2017), Pain Rep, 2(5), e622