Centre for cardiovascular and chronic care
The Centre for Cardiovascular and Chronic Care focuses on research and health services planning to help individuals and their families cope and adjust to living with a chronic illness.
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Professor John Daly

Professor John Daly

At the Centre, we undertake research and health services planning to help individuals and their families cope and adjust to living with a chronic illness.
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Phillip Newton and Sally Inglis

Researchers elected to FAHA

Dr Sally Inglis and Dr Phillip Newton from the Centre were elected to the Fellowship in American Heart Association.
Dr Sally Inglis and Dr Phillip Newton from the Centre for Cardiovascular and Chronic Care were elected to FAHA this week, a remarkable recognition by their peers of the value and importance of their work.
UTS Health will be part of an important research project funded by the NSW Cardiovascular Research Network. The $300,000 grant will be used to undertake a Heart Failure Snapshot that will act as a seed for further research in the area.
Associate Professor of Chronic and Complex Care, Robyn Gallagher has collected two very prestigious nursing research awards for her work in chronic illness self-management.
Cardiovascular disease is the biggest killer of women in Australia, accounting for the deaths of more Australian women than breast cancer and lung cancer combined. But few women are aware of their risk and many wouldn't necessarily be able to recognise warning signs. UTS academics provide some simple ways to reduce risk and identify warning signs.