Initiatives

Victorian Research
Translation Centre
Collaborative

The three Victorian Research Translation Centres, Monash Partners, the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH) and Western Alliance, have formed a collaborative to research and translate evidence to improve the health of Victorians. The centres are committed to leading initiatives that accelerate translation of research into clinical care and deliver improved health outcomes.

Together with the Victorian State government the centres are developing projects that will contribute to the redesign and improvement of Victoria’s healthcare system and support a strong recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has provided an unprecedented window of opportunity for reform, including retaining and building on pandemic-driven innovations in service models and system design, and the opportunity to leverage the learnings from the COVID-19 emergency response to date to ensure we are able to mitigate the near and long-term effects.

News and Resources

From the Executive Director: Working collaboratively to address health service priorities In line with our purpose, Monash Partners facilitates collaborative platforms, connecting researchers, clinicians and the community across our Partners and… more
Consumer and community involvement: implementing a model for consumer advisory panels across Monash Partners Seven research projects were recently awarded funding thanks to our partnership with Equity Trustees. This collaboration recognises high impact research… more
MIME to lead new business support program to aid Victorian MedTech innovation The Monash Institute of Medical Engineering (MIME), Monash Partners clinical innovation platform, has received welcomed government support for Victorian MedTech… more
From the Executive Director: Partnership supports most vulnerable Since 2017, Monash Partners' innovative and transformative partnership with Equity Trustees, has provided over $900,000 for high impact research projects… more

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