South Regional Health Research Collaborative

Lishman Health, in partnership with Rural Health West, St John of God Bunbury, Edith Cowan University, WA Country Health Service, WA Primary Health Alliance and WA Health Translation Network, initiated the South Regional Health Research Collaborative in 2019. The key objectives of the SRHRC are:

  • Form a collaborative South Regional community of health professionals, researchers, universities and research organisations to optimise the opportunity for health research in the South West region.
  • Identify current health research and translational health research activity.
  • Determine future health research and translational health research priorities relevant to, health practice, health outcomes and health professional development.
  • Grow health research and translational health research activity.
  • Develop strategies for research implementation and translational research projects.
  • Identify resources to support research.
  • Facilitate the South Regional Health Research Collaborative in guiding and directing research projects in accordance with identified health research needs and priorities.

The SRHRC held the inaugural South West Health Research Forum on the 26 November 2020, bringing together over 90 health professionals, researchers, universities and research organisations to guide and direct future research projects in accordance with identified health research needs and priorities.

 

 

Regional and Rural Health Research Activity Update – May 2020

Regional and Rural Health Research Activity Update – August 2020

Regional and Rural Health Research Activity Update – March 2021

 

The South West Health Research Collaborative will also host a series of webinars.

Webinar 1: The ORCHID Study