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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AHRA WHRTN Award inspires five female health researchers in Queensland to advance their careers
This month, five female early and mid-career health researchers in Queensland received financial support from the Australian Health Research Alliance…
Queensland announced as one of first nine HeSANDA nodes
The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) has announced the nine initial nodes of the Health Studies Australian National Data Asset…
Bringing broad communications experience to translational health research
Katrina Cutler has managed high-profile and high-pressure challenges, including responding to international media interest immediately following Steve Irwin’s death. He…
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.