Our team in the Department of General Practice has access to data from the Building a New Life in Australia study (BNLA). This longitudinal study examines the settlement experience of humanitarian arrivals in Australia, over five years, from 2013 until 2018. It focuses on their participation in society, general health and happiness. The data gives a great opportunity for academic registrars to learn statistical analysis on the job, while exploring one of the many questions that arise from the unique data set.
refugee, primary care, general practice, health services research, mixed methods, quantitative
School of Primary and Allied Health Care » General Practice
Masters by research
Top-up scholarship funding available
Notting Hill Campus