Our Partnerships

Monash University & Monash Health

The Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) is a partnership between Monash Health and Monash University

Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (CRE WHiRL)

MCHRI researchers are part of, and collaborate with Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (CRE WHiRL)

Led by MCHRI, CRE WHiRL is improving health outcomes and quality of life, in women’s reproductive health and delivering meaningful health impact.

CRE WHiRL brings together leading researchers from the Universities of Queensland, Adelaide, Western Australia, Melbourne and New South Wales, health services, government agencies, professional societies, consumer groups and our international reproductive women’s health network. The team has a track record in visionary, feasible, large scale, high impact projects. Its well-founded, innovative and integrated research and translation program promises great influence on previously poorly managed reproductive health problems.
Visit the CRE WHiRL website at www.whirlcre.edu.au

Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership (AWHL)

Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership (AWHL) is MCHRI Monash University led large-scale national research and impact project supported by an NHMRC Partnership Project grant and contributions from our partners. Together in co-design with our partners AWHL will generate a knowledge base and deliver multi-faceted organisational and individual level interventions that measurably improve career progression for women in healthcare.

Visit the AWHL website at  www.womeninhealthleadership.org

Women's Health Research, Translation and Impact Network (WHRTN)

The Women’s Health Research, Translation and Impact Network (WHRTN) seeks to boost national and international collaboration on women’s health and research, build health workforce capacity, develop leaders in women’s health, and advance research and translation to deliver impact and better health for Australian women in partnership with community.

Visit the WHRTN website.

National Healthy Pregnancy Initiative

Optimising the health of women, their infant and families, through effective, sustainable and low-cost healthcare programs and initiatives, informed by the best available evidence. Supporting women to have a healthy pregnancy, delivering better outcomes for mothers and their babies.
Read about the National Healthy Pregnancy Initiative.

The Centre of Research Excellence in Health in Preconception and Pregnancy (CRE HiPP)

The Centre of Research Excellence in Health in Preconception and Pregnancy (CRE HiPP) is hosted by the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University.  MCHRI leads the pregnancy stream and contributes to preconception and postpartum health research.  CRE HiPP is an innovative, passionate, multi-disciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, students and consumers determined to refine and implement health promotion, lifestyle improvement and obesity prevention for women planning pregnancy and during pregnancy. 

Visit the HIPP website at www.hipp.org.au.

Good 4 Mum

Good4Mum is a general practice-based quality improvement collaborative program for diabetes prevention among women who have had gestational diabetes (elevated blood glucose during pregnancy).

GooD4Mum is supported by a Partnership grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and financial or in-kind support from Diabetes Australia, the Australian Government Department of Health, Diabetes Victoria and RACGP.  More.