Dr Alan Cass, Dr Jeannie Devitt and Associate Professor Joan Cunningham present ‘The IMPAKT Interview Study: Main findings and implications’, on Monday 29 October from 12 pm to 1pm.
The IMPAKT Study is a multi-disciplinary, multi-component, mixed-methods research program aimed at understanding the barriers to access to kidney transplants for people with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), especially Indigenous patients.
This seminar will provide an overview of the study and present the findings of the largest component, which involved approximately 355 interviews with patients and health professionals from sites across Australia, as well as ethnographic observation, process mapping, and examination of educational materials.
Dr Alan Cass is the Director, Renal Division, and Dr Jeannie Devitt a senior research fellow, with The George Institute for International Health; Associate Professor Joan Cunningham is the division leader, Services, Systems and Society Division, Menzies School of Health Research.
This seminar takes place in Seminar Room, Menzies School of Health Research, Building 58, Royal Darwin Hospital Campus.