The Australian Health Research Alliance
(AHRA) facilitates the integration of healthcare, health and medical research, and health professional education to deliver better health outcomes for all Australians.
WE COVER ACROSS:
- 95% of Australia’s academic and research teams, and;
- 78% of its acute health services.
Our goal is to accelerate the pace and scale of research translation into healthcare and community health by supporting and connecting all phases of the research journey so that innovations and discoveries are implemented as soon as possible.
AHRA is committed to ensuring Australia’s health system is fully informed by quality health and medical research. In partnership with our community we are researching and working with partners to develop ways to improve access, services, systems and health outcomes.
We are striving for equity in healthcare provision and delivery while translating research into practice.
Working through AHRA, the nine National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) accredited translation centres across Australia are in a unique position to transcend State and Territory boundaries and improve systems of care and treatment in order to benefit all Australians.
Together, we are working to solve some of our
greatest healthcare challenges.
WHAT IS RESEARCH TRANSLATION?
As an alliance of NHMRC-accredited research translation centres, AHRA’s work is varied and important.
Click the video at right to learn more from our centres’ leaders.
To hear more, join in or participate: contact us.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the custodians of the lands on which we live, learn and work. We respect their Elders, past and present, and will work as one community for the benefit of all.