We provide a range of services to facilitate and support research across our Members.
Research needs, capacity and capability vary across TAAHC Members. The goal of the TAAHC Research Strategy 2023-2026 is to enhance and increase research capacity and capability across all TAAHC Members through a two-track approach, providing tailored, differential support to Members with established or emerging research capacity and promoting and enabling collaboration across the partnership. In consultation with TAAHC Members the TAAHC Research Education Lead, Associate Professor Rae Thomas has developed a series of workstreams and packages that respond to the identified needs of TAAHC Hospital and Health Service Members (see Figure 1).
Learn more about specific initiatives by clicking the links below. And if you have any questions or would like any further information on how TAAHC can support your research goals, email us at [email protected].
Study Design, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Support Service
The TAAHC Study design, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Support Service (SEBSS) provides advice and guidance to support quality statistical design, analysis and interpretation of research across TAAHC Members.
Click HERE for more information and to submit a request.
Northern Queensland Coaching Collaboration
The aim of the coaching collaboration is to create a northern Queensland cohort of emerging researchers to promote evidence-based practice and cross fertilise research ideas.
Click HERE for further information.
On the last Wednesday of each month, join us for an engaging hour to learn about the research being conducted in our patch and by our northern colleagues.
Click HERE for more information and to register for upcoming webinars.
Research education and training calendar
Click HERE to browse upcoming research education and training opportunities offered by TAAHC, our Members and collaborators in regional, rural and remote Australia.