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Research translation is the process whereby knowledge is passed anywhere along the translational pathway i.e. research findings are translated into practice, policy or further research. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) provide information regarding research translation on their website.
The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute also provides a useful Translation Toolkit for use in a research project however it is recommended for this toolkit to be utilised during the Initiation and planning stage.
If you require assistance in translating your research please discuss further with your department or your research mentor.
Centres of Health Research
General Contact Number
Ph: +61 7 3443 8065
Metro South Health Human Research Ethics (HREC) Office
Ph: +61 7 3443 8049
Metro South Health Research Governance Office
Ph: +61 7 3443 8050
Metro South Health Research Support Coordinator and Grants Administration Office
Ph: +61 7 3443 8057
Metro South Health Clinical Research Facility (CRF)
Ph: +61 7 3443 7545
Metro South Health Cancer Collaborative Biobank (CCB)
Ph: +61 7 3176 5835