Publish Date: 
Friday, May 15, 2020 - 09:30

Making the Business of Translational Research Easier in QLD

The BDHP Research Passport Agreement has been updated and aims to streamline the approval process for researchers, saving them time and also legal costs!

Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners Executive Director David Bunker explained BDHP had gathered feedback from researchers and research governance offices about the original collaborative agreement to update it.

“While the feedback from researchers and RGOs was overwhelmingly positive, importantly, there were ways we could improve the agreement to reduce the barriers to collaborative research in Queensland.

A Q&A webinar session detailing the passport will be held on the 27th May at 1pm. Look out for the webinar link in next week’s newsletter!  

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