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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet translational research paper featured on Australian Policy Online

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet's recently released working paper about translational research is featured on Australian Policy Online's (APO) website.

The publication is the most viewed article on the Indigenous page of APO, and second most viewed from the main health page as at 7 May 2012. The paper, written by Director and Professor Neil Thomson, explores translational research and its role in the HealthInfoNet's research aims.

The HealthInfoNet's knowledge synthesis, a central aspect of all translational research (TR), transforms a wide range of health research and other relevant information into forms that are meaningful to people working at improving the health of Indigenous people.

The research paper can be accessed through APO's website and the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.

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Last updated: 7 May 2012
 
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