Stay or leave: Long-term plans of young adults in Tasmania
In a series of in-depth interviews with The Tasmania Project team, Tasmanians aged 30 and under have cited employment as a reason to leave Tasmania, and security during the pandemic as a reason to stay. Many are unsure if they will remain in Tasmania in the long-term. You can read the full report here.
Anticipatory Care: A place-based and proactive approach to reducing chronic disease in Tasmanian communities
The University of Tasmania, through the Institute for Social Change, has been a research partner on the Tasmanian Government’s Anticipatory Care project. The project has seen four communities around Tasmania try out new ways of delivering anticipatory care. The four communities are Ulverstone, Flinders Island, Northern suburbs of Launceston, and Clarence. The research component of […]