Pilbara Aboriginal Health Research Alliance (PAHRA)

Pilbara Aboriginal Health Research Alliance


PAHRA aims to benefit the communities it serves by:

  • Assessing Pilbara health-related research proposals for cultural security, regional benefit and burden
  • Supporting local Aboriginal people to be involved in research and to be recognised for their involvement
  • Promoting Pilbara research priorities
Pilbara Aboriginal Health Research Alliance

Research Application for Submission to the Pilbara Aboriginal Health Research Advisory Panel

(100 words or less)
(please select as applicable)
(100 words or less - what research question are you addressing)
(100 words or less – provide information on the extent to which the research proposal has been designed in consultation with stakeholders)
(100 words or less – what is the objective of the research e.g. To prove, demonstrate, test etc.)
(400 words or less – what methods will be used to conduct the research? Does the research involve human ethics and if so, what approvals will be sought?)
(200 words or less – highlight the benefits this research will have to the improvement of Aboriginal Health outcomes in the Pilbara)
(100 words or less – how does the research aim align with the Regional Health priorities identified in the Pilbara Aboriginal Health Research Advisory Panel?)
(100 words or less – how will the research outcomes be communicated to regional stakeholders and how is it expected to be applied to improve health outcomes?)
(100 words or less -indicate the timeframe for each stage of the research proposal)
(please detail the source(s) of funding for the research)
Note: This does not refer to support/approval from Aboriginal regional sub-committees or planning forums. If ‘Yes’, to which Committee(s) has it been submitted? List down below.

* All fields must be completed before submitting application.

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