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28 November, 2013

SAHMRI and SA Health sign partnership agreement

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In recognition of the strong synergies and mutual benefit, SA Health and SAHMRI recognise each other as Strategic Partners. SAHMRI and SA Health seek to foster collaboration of benefit to both parties.

As strategic partners, SAHMRI will contribute, through research, to SA Health’s achievement of health care and health outcome goals and SA Health will contribute to the vision and research activities of SAHMRI.

This Strategic Partnership does not preclude either party from involvement in alliances or partnerships with other parties.

SAHMRI and SA Health agree to work cooperatively to meet the following objectives:

  • supporting research agendas that advance the health and wellbeing of the people of South Australia
  • advancing health and medical research in line with national and South Australian health and wellbeing priorities
  • advancing the translation of research findings and evidence into good policy and practice
  • increasing research that answers high priority questions for SA Health
  • creating a research environment where world class research can be conducted
  • supporting researchers and their teams to share their knowledge and to work collaboratively across relevant disciplines and research fields.

Read more about the SAHMRI and SA Health Strategic Partnership Agreement

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SAHMRI is located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people.

The SAHMRI community acknowledges and pays respect to the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide region. We also acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and the relationship of the Kaurna people to their country. We pay our respects to the Kaurna peoples' ancestors and the living Kaurna people today.