Have your say – Clinical Academic Pathways survey

Monash Partners is leading research to understand what currently exists to support and sustain nursing, allied health, scientific and medical clinicians in undertaking a clinical academic career. We are asking those who work in a university, hospital, specialty college, research institute or primary/community health organisation to help us complete a short 10-minute survey. Responses will help us determine priorities, programs …

Call for telehealth and more to remain after COVID-19

MEDIA RELEASE With the gradual easing of restrictions across Victoria, Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre, a partnership across leading health services and research institutions, has engaged with the Victorian community’s views on health services changes such as telehealth appointments, drive through vaccinations and digital prescriptions during and after COVID-19. A survey gathered results from more than 1,100 people living across Victoria on health care experiences during the pandemic, their needs, future aspirations and priorities for our …

SURVEY – What healthcare changes do we keep post COVID-19?

Monash Partners has developed a survey that aims to understand our community’s experiences, needs, future aspirations and priorities for our healthcare system, as we emerge from COVID-19. What we know so far: 70% of general practice and hospital outpatient visits are now by phone or online. Presentations to hospitals are down by 50% and our hospitals are half full. Blood …

Last days to complete CCI survey

Have your say – survey closes Friday 24 August  There are numerous consumer and community involvement (CCI) initiatives underway and an increasing recognition that CCI will become a routine part of health and medical research in the near future. But which organisations are engaging effectively with the community? Who is achieving best practice? And what can they learn from each other? Monash Partners …

Data-Driven Healthcare Improvement Workshop

Monash Partners recently hosted over thirty experts from around the country to discuss and agree upon three priority areas. Our inspirational goal is to co-ordinate activities, across Australia, which will increase data use by healthcare professionals and other stakeholders to improve health outcomes. There are seven Advanced Health Research Translation Centres (AHRTC’s) and two Centres for Innovation in Regional Health …

7th Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation, November 2018

Call for abstracts are now open. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) are pleased to announce the 7th Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation. This year, the National Health and Medical Research Council will be partnering with The REWARD Alliance. The theme will be ‘Ensuring Value in Research’ with a particular focus on: 1. Justifiable research priorities 2. Robust research design, …

Facilitating integration of early translational research

Catalysing and facilitating integration of early translational research into clinical and population health practice and research. Leads have been appointed and a multi-organisational, multidisciplinary committee will meet in the coming weeks to identify integration and innovation strategies, informed by successful models internationally. Please contact Angela Jones for further information.

Engaging with primary care and community health

Greater integration with primary care is integral to achieving our vision to improving patient outcomes. A primary care committee has brought together key stakeholders in primary care and provides an opportunity for enhanced primary care collaboration, integration, innovation, communication and leadership. Priority areas have been identified including e-referrals and linkage of data and alignment of current activities across the Partners is underway. …

Data Driven Healthcare Improvement and Infomatics

A Monash Partners data committee across all partners and the PHN’s has held several multi-organisational, multidisciplinary Data forums and priorities have been developed. The group will focus on improving data quality, harmonisation and linkage to optimise and align electronic health and primary care and population health data, enable research and ultimately drive health care improvement. Professor Jim Buttery leads this work. If you would …