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Research Support Directory

Points of contact and information wherever you are on the research journey.

The Australian Clinical Trials Education Centre (A-CTEC)

Clinical trials training resources, freely available to Tasmanians.

Tasmanian Data Linkage Unit (TDLU)

Linked data for researchers combining Tasmanian and other approved data sources.

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This document outlines the principles for consumer involvement in Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) funded research. It also includes guidance on their implementation.

In September 2020, AHRA and CHF published a joint position statement affirming their commitment to CCI in health and medical research.

The Statement on consumer and community involvement in health and medical research (The Statement), co-authored by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Consumers Health Forum of Australia (CHF), aims to guide research institutions, researchers, consumers and community members in the active involvement of consumers and community members in all aspects of health and medical research.

Cancer Australia has developed web-based practical tools to assist, CEOs and Executives, Service Managers, Health Professionals, Researchers, Policy Makers and Consumers to actively engage with consumers around a shared focus and vision.

The National Framework for Consumer Involvement in Cancer Control provides a pathway for involving consumers in health.

This webinar showcased a range of research methods designed to include the voices of consumers and community, featuring Dr Suzanne Waddingham, Dr Jade Cartwright, Em Jovic, and Dr Pauline Marsh.

The Involving Consumers in Health and Medical Research handbook, published by the Australian Health Research Alliance and the Western Australian Health Translation Network, provides an excellent starting point for researchers interested in initiating consumer involvement in their research.

The Healthcare Redesign program is a free, six-week course designed to equip you will the essential skills, tools and knowledge you need to drive improvements in healthcare.

The courses in the Health Innovation Program help prepare health professionals for the challenges of providing safe and effective health services across many settings.

Health Consumers Tasmania is the peak independent body for health consumers across Tasmania. It has set up a Community of Interest of over 650 people and has so far given voice to consumers in 15 partnerships and national/state-wide health-related committees.

From joining the mailing list, to taking a seat at the decision-making table on government agency health committees – choose the level of involvement that suits you.

Delivered over one year, this flexible, online program is designed to fit around the busy lives of health professionals working in the healthcare industry.

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