01 January 1970Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners recognised as world leaders in research, education and clinical care Queensland’s Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners has been accredited as an Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres (AHRTC) by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). The Federal Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, the Hon Greg Hunt MP announced that an international expert panel acknowledged the Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners (BDHP) ability to link health care delivery with strong research translation and education across Queensland. BDHP is a collaboration of ten leading Queensland health care, research and education organisations in a strong partnership to deliver better evidence-based health outcomes for our patients and our community “The designation provides recognition of what is being achieved collaboratively in Queensland to strengthen the links between education, research and health care to improve the health system. It also provides a platform that will further strengthen our national and international linkages in health care” said Dr Robin Mortimer, Chairman. “Our focus is on bringing innovative research from the laboratory to patients as efficiently and effectively as possible.” To be recognised as an AHRTC, BDHP met six key criteria:
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