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Developed in consultation with an Aboriginal Policy Working Group, the Plan established a series of principles, actions, organisational structures and cultures in order to create a whole of institution approach to engaging and supporting the educational success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and their communities.

The UK Research and Innovation has provided a definition of research impact as part of their Impact Toolkit for Economic and Social Sciences.

The National Indigenous Research(er) Capacity Building Network (IRNet) is about co-creating opportunities to connect research and researchers to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia.

This framework is designed to provide practical support for all primary healthcare organisations in their efforts to ensure that the health care they provide is high quality, safe, effective, responsive and culturally respectful.

The Lowitja Institute is a trusted research institute that values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s health and wellbeing.

This document presents novel framework specifically developed by the team to encourage research translation and measure and report on research impact in a multi-dimensional way.

There exists a plethora of frameworks of behaviour change interventions, but it is not clear how well they serve this purpose. This paper evaluates these frameworks, and develops and evaluates a new framework aimed at overcoming their limitations.

Become more familiar and capable of working in systems and towards systems change with this tool which enables a systemic inquiry for systems change.

In follow up to the 6th NIH Meeting on Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health, working group meeting members present some of the key concepts discussed and next steps. Central to their discussion are the key issues for implementation science study design, and the work and opportunities that remain ahead.