Active Tasmania aims to improve the health and wellbeing of communities locally, nationally and even internationally.
Based on the success of the original project, Active Launceston (2008), and utilising the resources and knowledge base of the University, Active Tasmania provides consultancies, resources, and event and project management for organisations and communities. Active Tasmania currently includes; cross-sectional community-wide programs, workplace health and wellbeing initiatives, undergraduate units and post-graduate research.
Active Tasmania provides a number of community engagement, leadership, research and teaching outcomes for the University and the communities in which it serves. Active Tasmania enjoys support from across the faculties and regional jurisdictions of the University with staff and students from a variety of disciplines providing specialised input.
The Active Tasmania Project Summary can be located here.
For more information on Active Tasmania please contact Senior Project Manager (Regional Development) Lucy Byrne Lucy.Byrne@utas.edu.au
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