Research strategy 2022–2027
Shaping the future of research at the Central Adelaide Local Health Network
At CALHN, we’re shaping the future of health with world-class care and world-class research.
A new draft research strategy, which sets the overall direction and actions that will drive research at the network over the next 5 years, is being developed.
This strategy was announced to CALHN staff at RAHSearch on 18 October 2022, and was then open for community consultation.
Any questions or feedback about the strategy can be sent to:
CALHN Research Office
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