VURRN Press Inc. is registered as a Department of Education and Training commercial publisher and provides a forum for the publication, sales and distribution of monographs and books which demonstrate the diverse and valuable regional-based research being carried out by all VURRN member regional university campuses. VURRN Press is based in the Greenhill Enterprise Centre at the Federation University Technology Park located on the Mount Helen Campus of the Federation University Australia.
VURRN Press emphasizes the regional focus of VURRN and provides a conduit for all of those researching and working in regional Victoria – and beyond – to canvas and exchange ideas, approaches and methodologies to ensure that provincial Victoria continues to display the innovation and competitiveness for which it is increasingly known. Click here to read more about VURRN PRESS.
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Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health
Faced with an increasingly unpredictable climate, fluctuating markets, and geographical and social isolation farming is no life for the faint hearted.
Edited by Susan Brumby (Chief editor), Alison Kennedy and Bianca Todd
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More about VURNN PRESS and Contact Details
Editorial Board includes notable scholars from all five Member universities and meets quarterly to review and approve publications. The Editorial Board members are:
|Assoc Prof Jerry Courvisanos
|Federation University Australia (Ballarat)|
|Prof Patrice Braun||Federation University Australia (Ballarat)|
|Dr Matthew Carroll||Monash University (Churchill)|
|Prof Erik Eklund||Federation University Australia (Gippsland) and University College Dublin|
|Dr Michelle Graymore||Federation University Australia (Ballarat)|
|Dr Sean MacDermott||Ballarat Health Services, Deakin University|
|Prof John Martin||La Trobe University (Bendigo)|
VURRN Press welcomes contributions and direct engagement from all member universities, and from those working independently in the region. If you are interested in learning more about VURRN Press, please contact Assoc Prof Jerry Courvisanos using the following contact form. [contact_form]