On December 31st 2016, CIV staff and the McCaughey Unit Place, Health and Liveability research program moved to the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University. In January 2017 is has become the Healthy Liveable Cities Research Program under the Directorship of Professor Billie Giles-Corti. At the request of the School of Population and Global Health the CIV website will remain online until 30/6/17 but without any data updates, data support, training, research or capacity building services.
A new indicator system will be launched within the Healthy Liveable Cities research program at RMIT University in 2017 expanding the services currently provided by CIV. Dr Melanie Davern and colleagues will continue to support liveability research, applied indicator consultancy research, Results Based Accountability training and other consultancy research projects at RMIT and can be contacted on email@example.com from January 1st 2017.
Due to the increased demand for in-house RBA training sessions, the CIV team will condense RBA 101 into two sessions. All day training will be held on Thursday 12th May and Thursday 8th September at the University of Melbourne, Parkville campus. Online registration open. Book now to avoid disappointment.
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