University of Melbourne
2023 State of the future of work
Peter Ghin, Camilla Hydelund, Susan Ainsworth, Alysia Blackhman, Jeff Borland, Marc Cheong, Michelle Evans, Lea Frerman, Tania King, Frank Vetere
This is the first report from the Work Futures Hallmark Research Initiative, a team of interdisciplinary researchers from the University of Melbourne. The report focuses on the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on work futures.
Outcomes associated with ‘inclusive’, ‘segregated’ and ‘integrated’ settings for people with disability
Matthew Harrison, Victor Sojo, Claire Spivakovsky, Lindsey Gale, Anna Genat, Tessa Zirnsak
This research report was commissioned and funded by the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability. The report analyses evidence of outcomes associated with ‘inclusive’, ‘segregated’ and ‘integrated’ settings as they apply to the safeguarding of people with disability in...
Hey! Hear me out
This project aimed to understand what helps, and what makes it hard for First Nations NDIS participants who are deaf or hard of hearing, to use their NDIS plans in a way that meet their needs and aspirations.
Tell Touch – a digital health intervention for the aged care sector: an evaluation pilot
This project reports on a pilot evaluation of Tell Touch - a digital communication application. Tell Touch was developed as a feedback and complaints tool for use in aged care homes to protect older residents by measuring the extent of quality care provided and to...
National Disability Research Partnership: learnings and recommendations
This report has recommendations for setting up and running a National Disability Research Partnership (NDRP). It is based on feedback from the disability community and a range of other stakeholders who have contributed during the NDRP establishment phase.