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: A time to reflect and enjoy new freedoms As 2022 comes to an end, it is timely to reflect on the year that has been. A year that… more
2022 MIME Seed Funding results Congratulations to the seven successful project teams in the 2022 MIME Seed Funding round.   A fantastic array of opportunities… more
From the Executive Director: The importance of plain language in health With Australia having entered a new phase of the COVID pandemic, one where mandatory isolation has ended, many of us… more
Digitising the procurement and supply chain Digital change and knowledge mobilisation have helped improve procurement and supply chain processes while bettering patient outcomes within Monash Health.… more

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