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Mental health community advisory group
Are you an advocate for mental health? Do you want to have a say in mental health research? Researchers within the enAble Institute at Curtin University are looking for 8-10 people with a lived experience of mental health recovery to form a community advisory group for their mental health domain.Learn more
Vascular and metabolic disorders community advisory group
Do you have a lived experience of heart disease, diabetes, stroke or a bleeding disorder? Are you interested in biomedical research that aims to develop new treatments for these disorders and diseases? The vascular and metabolic disorders research domain at the Curtin Health Innovation and Research Institute are establishing a community advisory group to provide a lived experience perspective to their research.Learn more