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The School of Nursing & Midwifery at Western Sydney University has a reputation for providing quality, relevant and contemporary professional education, and is supported in clinical education and research activities by strong links with the local health service sector, particularly in Greater Western Sydney.

The School is a national leader in nursing and midwifery research, with a number of competitive grants from the National Health and Medical Council (NHMRC) and the Australian Research Council (ARC). We are committed to supporting researchers, and providing opportunities for our students to work with experienced successful researchers.

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South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) is one of the largest health districts in the state.  The District's vision is to provide a healthcare service that is patient focused, equitable and responsive to the changing and developing needs of the communities in south western Sydney.

The District covers both rural and suburban communities and manages six acute hospitals:

* Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital

* Bowral & District Hospital

* Campbelltown & Camden Hospitals

* Fairfield Hospital

* Liverpool Hospital

The District also operates 14 major community health centres providing prevention, early intervention and community-based treatment, palliative care and rehabilitation services.

Oral Health, Drug Health & Mental Health services are provide at a number of facilities across the District.  Affiliated Services include:  Karitane, Braeside Hospital, Carrington Centennial Care and the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors.

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The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research is a not-for-profit medical research organisation for Sydney's South West that undertakes medical research that specifically addresses, and can be applied to, the needs of the local population and wider Australia.

The Ingham Institute comprises a state of the art research precinct located at Liverpool Hospital consisting of a Research Building  , a Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre and a Research Bunker containing the MRI-Linac, a unique cancer therapy technology that will be an Australian-first.

A unique collaboration between the South Western Sydney Local Health District, the Western Sydney University and the University of NSW, our purpose is to create hope through health research.

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