$3 million is available under the $125 million MRFF Million Minds Mission for rapid research to improve the national mental health system response to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. These grants may support work consolidating data systems and help design and deliver new treatments, services, and policies. The research is expected to also be relevant in future times of hardship such as natural disasters. Applications close on 13 July.Read more →
The Health and Disability System Review was charged with taking a system-wide approach to what needs to change to ensure our future system achieves better and more equitable health and wellbeing outcomes for all New Zealanders.
The final report discusses a range of detailed proposals regarding all the elements that need to change for the New Zealand health and disability system to produce more equitable health outcomes and to become more financially sustainable.Read more →
New Zealand – COVID-19 and future infectious disease threats: new funding round focused on equity, resilience and recovery coming soon
The Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) has issued a preliminary announcement of a new funding initiative aimed at ensuring equity in health and wellbeing is at the centre of Aotearoa New Zealand’s preparedness for, and response to, current and future infectious disease threats.
A total of $8.3 million will be made available to fund a range of research proposals. This includes $3.3 million for research that is Māori-led and leads to equitable health outcomes for Māori.Read more →
Each year, the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) provides funding for selected research grants, allocating grant funds across several small to medium size projects.
The purpose of the Research Grant Scheme is to undertake and source relevant, high quality research that aligns with the ACI mandate, functions, strategic plan and research priorities.Read more →
This report launch webinar will present new evidence and insights on how doctors have responded to the pandemic and in what ways our frontline medical workforce has been supported, from the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) COVID-19 Short Online Survey.Read more →
A special themed issue of Public Health Research & Practice on the public health lessons we are learning from the COVID pandemic, is now available.Read more →
Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care Webinar on recommendations developed by HSRAANZ to guide the implementation of PROMs to guide clinical care.
On 1 July 2020 our president Professor Rachael Morton, Director of Health Economics and Robinson Fellow at the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre University of Sydney presented a webinar for the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care on recommendations developed by HSRAANZ to guide the implementation of PROMs to guide clinical care following our November 2018 Seminar on “The Pros and Cons of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) and patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMS).Read more →
The 10th annual call for research projects will deliver funding to the research community from 1 January 2021 on the following topics 1. Emerging Health Care Solutions and Alternative Models that Engage and Support Health Care Users and 2. Management of Joint PainRead more →
In her latest interview, Professor Moreton discusses with Professor Kathy Eagar what we know and don’t know about the health systems response required to manage the aftermath of the COVID pandemic and minimize collateral damage. Professor Eagar discusses the human-centred waves of the pandemic as described by Dr Victor Tseng and their application to the Australian experience.Read more →
Congratulations to the following HSRAANZ members awarded grants in this round. NHMRC Investigator grants provide researchers with flexibility to pursue important new research directions as they arise and to form collaborations as needed, to create innovative and creative research solving pressing health and medical problems.Read more →