The AHRA National Women’s Health Research, Translation and Impact Network is a peak body in women’s health with a Steering Committee nominated from across NHMRC-accredited Advanced Health Research Translation Centres and Centres for Innovation in Regional Health.
We work from prevention to cure and from preconception to the end of life, across all settings and populations nationally with grassroots engagement and national leadership and reach. This national collaboration which spans community, health services and academic institutions, will boost national and international collaboration on women’s health and research, build health workforce capacity, develop leaders in women’s health, and advance research and translation to deliver impact and better health for Australian women.
WHRTN is a broad national collaboration led by international multidisciplinary leaders in women’s health, nominated by NHMRC-accredited Centres.
Women's Health Research Translation Network Vision
“The AHRA WHRTN seeks to empower and improve equity, health and quality of life for all Australian women integrating prevention, healthcare, research and translation for community benefit. The WHRTN also aims to advance and support the careers of women in research.”
The core activities of WHRTN include:
- Networking, collaboration and enabling of large-scale, national collaborative effort to improve -women’s health
- Partnering, engaging, training and empowering women in our communities in research and translation
- Building capacity in women researchers across under-represented groups, diverse disciplines, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers, and
- Sparking national collaborative research, translation, and impact in agreed priority areas