Corporate entry Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (2014 - )
- June 2014
Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences was established in 2015 to "advance health and medical research in Australia and its translation into benefits for all, by fostering leadership within our sector, providing expert advice to decision makers, and engaging patients and the public" (from https://aahms.org/). It's stated purposes are: mentoring the next generation of clinician researchers; providing independent advice to government and others on issues relating to evidence based medical practice and medical researchers; and providing a forum for discussion on progress on medical research with an emphasis on translation of research into practice. The initial membership was 116 elected Fellows.
Created: 14 May 2019, Last modified: 26 November 2019