Round 1 CRE reports available

Round 1 CRE reports available

Final reports for the first round of APHCRI Centres of Research Excellence (2011 to 2014) are now available at '

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Apply for a unique opportunity to spend up to 12 months in the U.S. working with leading U.S. experts to study health care delivery reforms and critical issues on the health policy agenda in both the U.S. and Australia
2016-17 Harkness Fellowships

2016-17 Harkness Fellowships

2016-17 Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and PracticeCall for Applications

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Communiqué – A message from the Chair of the RAB

Communiqué – A message from the Chair of the RAB

Update from the Chair of the APHCRI Research Advisory Board

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Workforce Capacity: APHCRI's role in strengthening the PHC research workforce

Workforce Capacity: APHCRI's role in strengthening the PHC research workforce

This Research Portrait outlines the current research capacity building programs that APHCRI funds and oversees.

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Impact of APHCRI CRE research

Impact of APHCRI CRE research

One of the biggest issues hindering improvements in health today is the inconsistency between interventions which we know can improve health and health care

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Considerations for the Future of PHC Research in Australia

Considerations for the Future of PHC Research in Australia

The final report on Considerations for the Future of Primary Health Care Research in Australia incorporates the feedback received from the sector earlier thi

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Evidence informing the future of Australian primary health care

Evidence informing the future of Australian primary health care

The second APHCRI research snapshot is now available. This brochure (PDF 845KB) highlig

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Primary Health Care Research Workforce Project

Primary Health Care Research Workforce Project

The Primary Health Care (PHC) Research Workforce Project was initiated by the APHCRI Research Advisory Board (RAB) in 2014.

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Welcome to APHCRI, the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute. APHCRI is funded through the Australian Government Department of Health to commission research. The majority of the research is conducted through the APHCRI Network.

APHCRI supports and develops primary health care research which is driven by the health care needs of the Australian community and can directly inform the development and implementation of health policies and services (and vice versa).

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Updated:  31 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  Director, APHCRI/Page Contact:  Web Admin, APHCRI