NHMRC Partnership projects
NHMRC Partnerships for Better Health – Partnership Projects (Partnership Projects) will help create partnerships among decision makers, policy makers, managers, clinicians and researchers. The scheme aims to support the work of healthcare policy and service delivery implementation agencies by supporting the translation of research outcomes into policy and practice, and the evaluation of current policy and practice to identify gaps in knowledge. Each application must include a Partner Organisation who has the capacity to use the findings to influence policy decision making and health system performance. Partnership Projects are for five years, or less and the maximum amount of NHMRC funding that may be requested for a single application is $1.5 million.
This scheme is ‘continuously open’ but the NHMRC has published dates for when one round closes for assessment and the next round opens.