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Social Work Innovation, Transformation and Collaboration in Health (SWITCH) Research Group brings together 12 industry-partnership research studies, carried out over 5 years. The studies include exceptional practice-based research in health and mental health services and sectors, including Senior Clinician co-researchers and partnership organisations.
The Social Inclusion and Social Policy Research Unit (SISPRU) undertakes world class research from a social work/social welfare perspective. The Unit has a depth of experience and interest across a range of social policy concerns including social security and forms of conditional welfare such as income management, child welfare and child protection. They have a particular focus on young people transitioning from out-of-home car, supervised injecting facilities and other harm reduction measures.<br><br>SISPRU builds on its solid research record to participate in education and community debate. They promote knowledge and understanding in ways that enrich and improve public policy and related practice. With a strong academic foundation, SISPRU undertakes both independent and collaborative social policy research.
Monash University Criminal Justice Research Consortium (CJRC) operates collegially, addressing its objectives by facilitating interaction internally and externally. It supports and enhances criminal justice-related research activities across the university, without disenfranchising existing programs or diminishing the autonomy of researchers.