BDHP has developed an innovative new framework agreement for its partners, the first of its kind in Australia. The agreement, called BDHP Research Passport, streamlines the demanding and demanding processes of researchers under the BDHP partnership by providing an operating plan for each project prior to its launch. For a copy of the Passport Search Agreement, schedule 2 of the agreement and third-party agreement click on the download link to the left of this page. The provision of an operating plan with agreed legal terms and time frames allows all participating researchers and research organizations to use a unique legal agreement that protects, identifies and provides guidance to all stakeholders, while reducing costs and improving efficiency. The agreement consists of a framework contract and an operating plan. With legal conditions and agreed dates, the agreement reduces the number of legal audits required for collaborative clinical research and speeds up the approval process. „Projects are included in a project project, so these standard conditions and processes accelerate project implementation between all partners and external staff by reducing delays through administrative procedures and legal reviews,“ she said. To learn more about how the cooperation agreement can be used and how it saves researchers time and legal costs, visit us for a short webinar. BDHP Research Passport Agreement is a cooperation agreement between all BDHP partners. The agreement aims to streamline the process of authorizing researchers and save them costs of time and justice. When you click on the download link, you will be asked to enter your name and email address. BDHP stores this data securely and uses it only to contact you with the details of the BDHP Research Passport contract. For example, if an update has been made.
The history of Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners dates back to 2011 with the creation of Mayne Health Science Alliance and Diamantina Health Partners. In 2014, these two Academic Health Science Centres met with Children`s Health Queensland as part of a collaboration to form the Brisbane Health Science System Diamantina Partners Academic Health.     Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners is a collaboration that brings together four hospitals, two universities, two medical research institutes, a primary health network and Queensland Health  on 9 June. , in 2017, it was announced that Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners has been accredited by the National Health and Medical Research Council as the new Centre for Advanced Health Research and Translation.  BDHP has also developed a fact sheet for researchers, research governance and legal teams. „While these conditions are not mandatory, we hope they will be used for most future projects to facilitate research in Brisbane,“ Gavrilidis said. The BDHP Circulating Tumour Cell Symposium was a one-day event that was updated on many aspects of tumor research. The event was convened jointly by Professor Colleen Nelson, Executive Director of the Australian-Queensland Cancer Research Centre and Professor Rik Thompson of the Institute for Health Innovation and Biomedication at the Queensland University of Technology.