Prevention Works podcast

Why funding for public health research needs a more strategic approach

Spol 15 sekunder tilbage
Spol 15 sekunder frem

This episode discusses why now is the right time for taking a more strategic approach to chronic disease research investment, based on Australia's most significant problems in health.

Join host ⁠Gretchen Miller⁠ as she chats with guests:

  • Professor Helena Teede AO, Director of the Monash Centre for Health Research Implementation. Helena discusses the need to address structural and systems problems for public health research and translation by reviewing funding streams and coordination between state and territory and national organisations.
  • Dr Tara Boelsen-Robinson, a post-doctoral researcher in food retail. Tara describes the many challenges of achieving job security with a research focus which drove her to seek employment in health promotion instead.

Visit the Prevention Centre's website to download the Submission on improving alignment and coordination between the Medical Research Future Fund and Medical Research Endowment Account.

Flere episoder fra "Prevention Works"