IPAR has secured a research grant through the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The grant will help IPAR to support those who have been diagnosed with cancer to optimise their wellness and quality of life through participation in work that is suited to their needs. It’s an exciting and important initiative for a cause that is close to many of us.
The successful grant comes after years of commitment led by Dianne Sheppard (Monash University), the collaborating team at Curtin University headed by Associate Professor Georgia Halkett, and Dorothy Frost (Work Health Group). Valuable input also received from Georgina Lamb and Stephanie Vujacic (IPAR), and Carly Van Den Akker and Nick Mingo (Swiss Re).
Of course, the work doesn’t stop there. We will formally commence the first stage of this research project through a pilot with AIA Australia in the coming weeks.
For further information, please contact Georgina Lamb, National Manager Business Development on 03 8648 0900 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
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