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Unveiling the Inaugural MRFF Catalyst Grant Scheme Recipients

Unveiling the Inaugural MRFF Catalyst Grant Scheme Recipients

Last week we hosted our annual HTSA Stakeholder Forum where we presented a strategic overview of HTSA’s key activities in [...]

Reflecting on the NHMRC Country Heart Attack Prevention (CHAP) Partnership Project

Reflecting on the NHMRC Country Heart Attack Prevention (CHAP) Partnership Project

A $3.3 million clinical research and translation project has transformed cardiac rehabilitation for people living in rural and remote areas, [...]

WCH Foundation announces 2023 Bloom Research Program recipients

WCH Foundation announces 2023 Bloom Research Program recipients

The Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation (WCH Foundation) has awarded $5.7 million in funding to research into childhood brain and [...]

Update from the Desk of the SA MRFF Network

Update from the Desk of the SA MRFF Network

Welcome to the latest update from the SA MRFF Network! We are excited to share some important information and updates we have compiled in [...]

HTSA Flagship in Focus: Research Policy Partnerships Masterclass in August

HTSA Flagship in Focus: Research Policy Partnerships Masterclass in August

2023 Masterclass: Maximising impact from Research-Policy Partnerships -Carmel Williams, Director: Centre for Health in All Policies Research Translation The third [...]

Internship project brings seamless care into sight

Internship project brings seamless care into sight

A local industry placement internship with Health Translation SA and Digital Health SA has delivered a critical step towards improving continuity [...]

National Effort Aims to Enhance Efficiency and Impact in Clinical Trials

National Effort Aims to Enhance Efficiency and Impact in Clinical Trials

Clinical trials in South Australia are active and ongoing, with a variety of studies investigating a variety of clinical interventions. [...]

HTSA Reaccreditation Application Summary

HTSA Reaccreditation Application Summary

Health Translation SA has been successful in its application to be formally re-accredited by the National Health and Medical Research Council [...]

Regional Health Network puts virtual health connection at the centre of better aged care

Regional Health Network puts virtual health connection at the centre of better aged care

With increasing numbers of older people with complex needs seeking hospital care the rapid applied translational research initiative State Action [...]

STAAR-SA delivering long term benefits for older Australians

STAAR-SA delivering long term benefits for older Australians

As the Australian population ages and confronts more challenging and complex health issues, it’s not surprising that they are admitted [...]

Women’s Health Research Translation Network Launches in SA

Women’s Health Research Translation Network Launches in SA

On August 31st, a sold out SAHMRI auditorium sat together with one shared goal; to create change for the women of South [...]

Building better aged care through mental health support

Building better aged care through mental health support

It is one of the chronically neglected fields in mental health research, but now, thanks to funding from the NHMRC and the Medical [...]

Launch of My PreHab collaboration delivers a healthier path to surgery

Launch of My PreHab collaboration delivers a healthier path to surgery

My PreHab is an innovative new program turning the wait time for planned elective surgery into a positive health opportunity.  Launched [...]

New AI tool helps patients with their mental health, and other chronic diseases could be next

New AI tool helps patients with their mental health, and other chronic diseases could be next

With hospital emergency departments facing chronic overcrowding, researchers are working with doctors on ways to reduce the number of people [...]

Network to deliver MRFF success

Network to deliver MRFF success

A molecular microbiologist and microbial ecologist, Professor Geraint Rogers is the Director of the Microbiome and Host Health Program at [...]

Collaboration opens the door to Healthy Choices for people with chronic conditions

Collaboration opens the door to Healthy Choices for people with chronic conditions

A powerful collaboration between The University of South Australia (UniSA), The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH), Charles Sturt Council and the [...]

Mapping the path from traumatic brain injury to Parkinson’s disease

Mapping the path from traumatic brain injury to Parkinson’s disease

In a unique project, Forecasting Impairment and Neurodegenerative Disease risk following Traumatic Brain Injury (FIND-TBI), funded by the Medical Research [...]

Internship program unlocks the potential of new health data technologies

Internship program unlocks the potential of new health data technologies

A local industry placement internship with Health Translation SA and Digital Health SA has delivered the first vital steps for clinicians [...]

5 TOP TIPS: Engaging Consumers in Research

5 TOP TIPS: Engaging Consumers in Research

Do you have consumers already involved in your research project or plan to engage with them soon? Annelise Morris (Health Translation SA Senior Project [...]

5 TOP TIPS: Maximising Research Impact

5 TOP TIPS: Maximising Research Impact

Enabling research to delivering meaningful impact for the community is the core of our work here at Health Translation SA. As [...]

5 TOP TIPS: Adopting Implementation Science in Research

5 TOP TIPS: Adopting Implementation Science in Research

Are you involved in a health services research project? Ecushla Linedale (Health Translation SA Program Manager) shares her top 5 tips [...]

Supporting researchers to embrace MRFF funding opportunities

Supporting researchers to embrace MRFF funding opportunities

Health Translation SA (HTSA) was built on the foundation that engaging a range of research stakeholders, including industry and the community, [...]

Community led projects the key to better Aboriginal health care

Community led projects the key to better Aboriginal health care

Researchers from SA’s Aboriginal Chronic Diseases Consortium (SA ACDC), a flagship program of Health Translation SA, are moving a step closer to establishing [...]

Culturally safe connections the key to improved health outcomes

Culturally safe connections the key to improved health outcomes

Recognising that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researchers and practitioners are best placed to translate research findings and improve [...]