NHMRC accredited Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres and Centres for Innovation in Regional Health (Translation Centres) are leading centres of excellence and collaboration in health and medical research, research translation, research-infused education and training and outstanding health care.
The following videos were published in August 2019:
Watch this video for an overview of NHMRC’s Translation Centre initiative and what the Translation Centres are about.
Watch this video to hear Centre leaders talk about their efforts to drive efficiencies in clinical trials and ensure health service led research.
Watch this video to hear Centre leaders talk about the importance of engaging a range of end-users including clinicians, community and health care consumers to co-design research to ensure research and its outcomes are relevant and applicable to improving the health of Australians.
Watch this video to hear Centre leaders talk about the importance of addressing the health needs of vulnerable populations in research and health care.
Translation Centre progress reporting
Read about the Translation Centres’ progress and achievements to improve the health and well-being of patients and the populations that the centres serve. The progress reports submitted by the Translation Centres in June 2019 can be downloaded below.