This week in PHC

 

Newsfeed

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Understanding the policy cycle and knowledge translation for researchers

Knowledge translation (KT) relates to the co-production and communication of research evidence for policy or practice. In the latest RESEARCH ROUNDup on Understanding the Policy Cycle and Knowledge Translation for Researchers...
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Q: What is the difference between research inputs and PHC outcomes? A: KE thinking

Understanding the perspectives of your research users is the basis of knowledge exchange (KE). The logic is simple, but sometimes the practice can be more difficult. After all, we are rarely...
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From data to delivery: Connecting research, policy and practice for better health outcomes

Health services researchers from across Australia, New Zealand and Canada connected in Melbourne for the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand biannual conference. Commissioning, integration, engagement, financing, data,...
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People in Primary Health Care

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This week we highlight some of the profiles most viewed in December.

 
 

 

Events

 
 

Primary Health Care Research Conference

A major event in Australian primary health care research, to present research findings, discuss research methodology and policy issues, and build and maintain essential networks.
 
 

PHCRIS Events diary

PHCRIS offers a comprehensive events diary featuring all upcoming primary health care related conferences, workshops, symposia and short courses.
 
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