Projects

Supporting research projects

The Collaboration supports translational research projects that focus on the health priorities of Tasmanians and the research priorities of our partners.

Our partners have collectively developed the Collaboration’s Research Priorities Framework. This framework will assist the Collaboration to focus our resources and translation research agenda on the core areas impacting the health of Tasmanians and the Tasmanian Health Care system.

Our research priority focus areas include:

Our research projects

North West Hypertension Project (TCHI Demonstration Project: community led at scale)

Prevention, diagnosis and management of hypertension in Tasmania’s North West region using Design Thinking, a framework that uses creative problem solving to find new solutions.

Improving Access to High-value Care for Tasmanians with Osteoarthritis – IMPACT-TAS Phase One and Two (TCHI Demonstration Project: Strengthening Translation and Scale Up)

Providing accessible, affordable and effective non-surgical care for Tasmanians living with osteoarthritis

Primary Progressive Aphasia (New Project)

This collaborative project aims to establish an effective, accessible, and sustainable support network for people with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) and their care partners in Tasmania.

North West Palliative Care (New Project)

This collaborative project will pilot a Communities of Care (CommCare-Tas) connector model in Tasmania’s North West to support people in the community at the end-of-life, and build community capacity around palliative and end-of-life care.

Strong, Livable West Coast (TCHI Demonstration Project: consumer-led)

A community-led project where locals talk to locals to learn about health issues they face, and the health services they need.

Healthcare Connect North (TCHI Demonstration Project: Strengthening Translation)

A customised, local approach to well-rounding primary health care for people with complex care needs.

Emergency Care

Implementing Clinical Pathways for Acute Care in Tasmania (IMPACT) and setting up an implementation lab.

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