Due to their vision, a network of Poche Centres now exist
NSW Poche Centre
New South Wales
The Poche Centre at the University of Sydney focuses on evidence to practice. We use a combination of Commonwealth, State and philanthropic funds to partner with community organisations. Our research is highly applied and we are committed to ensuring the research process is always in collaboration with Aboriginal people, communities and organisations.
The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at The University of Queensland (UQ) brings together Indigenous and health expertise across the University, and works collaboratively with Indigenous community organisations and health providers, on improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
QLD Poche Centre
NSW Poche Centre
Established in 2014, the Melbourne Poche Centre for Indigenous Health seeks to become Australia’s preeminent training and development program for emerging and established Indigenous leaders.
Lead by Pro Vice Chancellor indigenous Engagement and Director Professor Jill Milroy,the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at UWA brings together the University’s expertise, programs and resources in a strong collaborative partnership focused on a central theme for Aboriginal people and communities – Healthy Minds, Healthy Lives.
WA Poche Centre
South Australia & Northern Territory Poche Centres
South Australia & Northern Territory
The Flinders University Poche Centre for Indigenous Health (Poche Flinders) is led by Mr Shane Mohor (Director) and Dr Maree Meredith (Deputy Director), supported by Ms Liz Larkin (Executive Officer). Poche Flinders includes multiple sites at Bedford Park, in South Australia, and Alice Springs and Darwin, in the Northern Territory. The vision of Poche Flinders is to create a life-course approach, to promote learning pathways, support healthy country and culture, and build leadership capacity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in health.