APHCRI Network

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

  1. APHCRI Centres of Research Excellence
  2. APHCRI stream research projects
  3. APHCRI's role in strengthening primary health care research
  4. 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.

Updated:  22 October 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, APHCRI/Page Contact:  Web Admin, APHCRI