NHMRC Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres

The translation of health and medical research into clinical practice, policy and health systems is a strategic priority in the NHMRC Corporate Plan 2015-16. In March 2015 NHMRC recognised four NHMRC Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres that excel in research, the translation of evidence into excellent patient care, and demonstrate a strong research and translation focus in the education of health professionals, at an international level.

The history

12 December 2014

8 – 10 December 2014

International Panel meets to consider submissions against 6 criteria:

  1. Leadership in outstanding research- and evidence-based clinical care, including for the most difficult clinical conditions
  2. Excellence in innovative biomedical, clinical, public health and health services research
  3. Programs and activities to accelerate research findings into health care and ways of bringing health care problems to the researchers
  4. Research-infused education and training
  5. Health professional leaders who ensure that research knowledge is translated into policies and practices locally, nationally and internationally
  6. Strong collaboration amongst the research, translation, patient care and education programs.

16 July 30 September 2014

NHMRC called for submissions from interested groups for recognition as an NHMRC Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres.

The following information was provided to assist groups to prepare submissions:

In addition, stakeholder teleconferences were held on 28th August and 2nd September to provide a further avenue for questions from stakeholders.

30 March 2012

NHMRC Submission to the Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research in Australia (PDF, 1.5MB)

21 December 2010

NHMRC releases discussion paper – Developing Advanced Health Research Centres in Australia

Further information

Further enquiries should be directed to AdvancedCentres@nhmrc.gov.au.