Integrating Queensland research, education and care for better health outcomes.
We bring together research institutes, universities and health services to solve some of our nation’s greatest health challenges. By helping to translate Queensland research into practice as quickly as possible, we can improve health outcomes for many people. Communities, patients, families and carers often get involved in our work because it has a real impact on their lives.
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A warm Queensland welcome to the new AHRA Chair
University of Sydney Professor Don Nutbeam commenced as the new Chair of AHRA in July. BDHP Executive Director David Bunker…
Accelerating the diagnosis of ACS in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
In emergency departments (EDs), the faster Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)* is diagnosed, the better the outcomes for the patient. A…
Getting the right stakeholders together to influence healthcare improvements
Through her extensive public health work, Clare Johnson has helped geographically and culturally diverse communities as far afield as remote…
Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners is a health translation collaborative network. Together, ten of Queensland’s leading organisations are on a mission to translate research discoveries into better health outcomes. Read more about our partners.