APHCRI Network research is competitive, commissioned research into primary health care that supports the National Primary Health Care Strategy Key Priority Areas. The research program encompasses the priority-driven projects and programs of work funded by APHCRI. The Network researchers:
- Vary in location, identity and duration depending on the APHCRI-funded projects and programs.
- Liaise and interact with the APHCRI Network through their coordinating investigator for monitoring of their APHCRI-funded projects and programs.
- Conduct research according to the protocol or plan that has been approved for APHCRI funding.
- Develop and implement dissemination and implementation strategies for APHCRI-funded research projects and programs.
Examples of APHCRI Network research can be found at
- APHCRI Centres of Research Excellence
- APHCRI stream research projects
- APHCRI's role in strengthening primary health care research
- Translation and implementation activities of the APHCRI Network
A synopsis of APHCRI@ANU research can be found at APHCRI@ANU - Understanding variation in primary health care.