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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Read our perspective on translational research and Indigenous health in Croakey blog

Date posted: 6 March 2012

Translational research and Indigenous health are the subjects of an article by the HealthInfoNet's Director, Professor Neil Thomson, just published in the Croakey health blog.

The publication is particularly timely, given the approach of National Close the Gap Day on 22 March. National Close the Gap Day provides an opportunity to reflect on the extent to which the findings of research are used to inform Indigenous health practice and policy.

In his article, Professor Thomson reviews the different types and uses of translational research, and suggests that Australia is doing relatively well in the field of translational research and Indigenous health.

To read the full article by Professor Thomson, or to post your own comment about translational research and Indigenous health, click on the link to the Croakey blog post, below.



Professor Neil Thomson
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Ph: (08) 9370 6062
Email: n.thomson@ecu.edu.au

Media contact:

Tara Hoyne
Development & Marketing Manager
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Ph: (08) 9370 6109
Email: t.hoyne@ecu.edu.au


Last updated: 7 March 2012
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