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Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) helps us contribute towards a reconciled Australia. It outlines how we work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders to build relationships, show respect and improve opportunities.
We want to work effectively with our stakeholders — to listen, learn and continue to improve our performance. To do this we use 5 principles to help our engagement. We are purposeful, inclusive, timely, transparent and respectful.
An expert in understanding newborn babies' brains, Associate Professor Cheong describes her work to understand and protect newborn babies from risks at birth.
The Australian Medical Research and Innovation Strategy 2016–2021 sets out the vision, aims, objectives, impact measurement and strategic platforms of the MRFF.
This evaluation report on phase two of the Childhood Immunisation Education Campaign assesses the campaign impact against its awareness, attitudinal and intentional objectives.
This report, completed in July 2018, evaluates how effective the Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program has been and whether it’s on target to achieve its long-term goals.
This report describes our work to deliver the Government's long term national health plan in the financial year ending 30 June 2018. It includes information about our reforms, operations, budget, governance and performance.
Our appointments and vacancies listings as required by Senate Order 15 — Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies.
The Accessibility Action Plan sets out how we will work together to build and strengthen our culture. We want to be an employer of choice for people with disability and those who care for people with disability.
Our Gender Equality and Flexibility Blueprint is about creating an inclusive and flexible workplace culture. We want this to be the norm, for all genders and all levels. It should not affect career progression.
This research report looked at the effectiveness of the current graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging.
Influenza immunisation is part of good pregnancy care and is free for pregnant women through the National Immunisation Program. If you’re pregnant, speak to your doctor, nurse, or midwife today.
Professor North tells us how genomics is helping many children, who only 5 or 10 years ago would have been admitted to hospital for invasive tests, sometimes without answers.