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Grant Award View - GA69103

Realising big data’s potential to address social and health inequities

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02 6281 6600

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GA ID:
GA69103
Agency:
Australian Research Council
Approval Date:
6-Jan-2020
Publish Date:
10-Jan-2020
Category:
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Research
Grant Term:
2-Aug-2020 to 1-Aug-2023
Original: 6-Jan-2020 to 31-Dec-2022
Value (AUD):
$300,515.00 (GST inclusive where applicable)
Variations:

Ad hoc/One-off:
No
Aggregate Grant Award:
No

PBS Program Name:
ARC 19/20 Discovery
Grant Program:
Discovery Projects
Grant Activity:
Realising big data’s potential to address social and health inequities
Purpose:
The rapid uptake of big data is transforming disease prevention research, policy and practice. These changes could undermine work on health and social inequities, or they could enhance it. Informed by science and technology studies and social theory, this project will: investigate the current practices of Australian public health actors to realise big data’s potential to tackle health and social inequities; and interrogate the factors that enable and constrain their practices. The research aims to identify how transformations in contemporary population regulation can be shaped to address social and health inequities; and to inform current work to develop Australian big health data expertise, infrastructure, and socially just regulation.

GO ID:
GO Title:
Discovery Projects for funding commencing in 2020
Internal Reference ID:
DP20 Round 1
Selection Process:
Targeted or Restricted Competitive

Confidentiality - Contract:
No
Confidentiality - Outputs:
No

Grant Recipient Details

Recipient Name:
The University of New South Wales
Recipient ABN:
57 195 873 179

Grant Recipient Location

Suburb:
KENSINGTON
Town/City:
KENSINGTON
Postcode:
2033
State/Territory:
NSW
Country:
AUSTRALIA

Grant Delivery Location

State/Territory:
NSW
Postcode:
2033
Country:
AUSTRALIA

Contact Details

ARC NCGP General Enquiries

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02 6281 6600

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