Our Work

Our Work

We bring a personalised, tailored approach to working with our clients. 
Our multidisciplinary teams enable us to bring a unique mix of experience and expertise across evidence-based decision making; social media strategy and analytics; survey design and analysis; and program and project design and evaluation.
Identify validated survey items for the development of the 
Northern Territory Sports Masterplan

Our survey research team worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous Consulting to identify the barriers to participating in sports and active recreation and the barriers and facilitators to volunteering for Northern Territory Department of Sports and Recreation Masterplan...

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Social Media Strategy for the Charles Darwin University Memory MOOC

Our social media team put together a strategy to develop recognition and influence for the discipline of Psychology and promote a new free online course offering ...





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Evaluation Framework for Tele-diabetes Service for Diabetes WA

Our evaluation team worked in partnership with the client to establish the program logic and evaluation framework for a newly funded Statewide service...





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Design conduct and analyse the validated survey for the baseline study for the Tasmania Fire Service Bushfire Ready Neighbourhoods program

Our survey research team designed and conducted the BRN baseline telephone survey...

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Social media training to build reputation  and influence for academic Play Therapists

Our social media team conducted training for Play Therapy Circle to rapidly build their reputation to support enrollments for a new suite of postgraduate progams ...



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Synthesis of Bushfire CRC community safety research (2003-2013) including post-fire contact surveys
Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre 

Our evaluation team worked in partnership with the client to synthesise the findings of 10 years of CRC research to inform national policy and practice...
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Develop Key Performance Indicators to evaluate Diabetes Service Standards for
Diabetes WA and Western Australian Department of Health 

Our evaluation team worked with a consumer organisation and State government agencies to develop an agreed set of KPIs againstwhich to measure performance of the health system in relation to diabetes services and care outcomes...
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Environmental scan of services for palliative care patients in Tasmania

Our survey research team conducted an extensive  telephone survey using a snowball approach of government and non-government service providers...






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Emojifit Diabetes

Our new product development team are working with Luster Tech to develop an App for people with type 2 diabetes emojifit diabetes. Our social media team have been supporting this project and have developed a successful social media strategy which you can see in action on facebook





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Evaluation of Australian Government funded Diabetes Counselling Online project

Our survey research team worked with our evaluation team to design and conduct the online satisfaction survey of service users using a range of validated items. The evaluation team also interviewed users and analysed the service use and reach data...



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Scoping study to inform the development of a multidisciplinary virtual lab for University teaching 
Our business development team worked with academics from the Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment and the University Innovative Media Production Unit to identify and critique virtual labs and model the development of an online resource...

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Overcome the barriers to providing telehealth services for endocrinology services in the Northern Territory. 
Our business development team worked in partnership with the client and the stakeholder groups in government, the tertiary referral hospital, regional hospitals and primary health care services to identify a cost effective and clinically appropriate process for implementing an innovative health service ...
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