Allied Health – Translating Research into Practice (AH-TRIP) is an initiative that aims to embed knowledge translation from research within the usual business of Hospital and Health Services (HHSs) by building the capacity of the health practitioner workforce.
- Component 1 – Training and Education
- Component 2 – TRIP Projects and Implementation
- Component 3 – Support and Networks
- Component 4 – Showcase and Recognition
- Component 5 - Evaluation
What is AH-TRIP?
This video provides a summary of AH-TRIP and outlines the different components of the initiative.
What is AH-TRIP Telementoring Support
The AH-TRIP Telementoring Support aims to offer equitable access to project support to HPs attempting to translate research into practice within a QLD HHS. This video provides a summary of the statewide AH-TRIP Telementoring Support sessions.
Allied Health – Translating Research into Practice (2020) Allied Health – Translating Research into Practice (AH-TRIP) initiative, Queensland Health, Brisbane.
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