Researcher survey on PHRN infrastructure funding priorities

Researcher survey on PHRN infrastructure funding priorities

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

The Population Health Research Network (PHRN) has received funding from the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy and Research Infrastructure Investment Plan for national data linkage infrastructure. We are currently undertaking a stakeholder consultation process to guide future PHRN investment in national data linkage infrastructure. We are keen to understand research priorities over the next five years and what data and data linkage services and facilities researchers will need to conduct their research.

This online survey is one of several opportunities for stakeholders to contribute to the development of PHRN infrastructure funding priorities.

We invite you to complete the survey and contribute to the future development of data linkage infrastructure in Australia.

The survey closes on 17 February 2019.

Click here to complete the survey

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