Welcome to the
Wounds Research Directory
The Australian Health Research Alliance (AHRA) and Wounds Australia, in partnership with Health Translation Queensland and Health Translation South Australia, have embarked on an ambitious project to develop a comprehensive Wounds Research Directory (WRD). The purpose of the WRD is to provide a comprehensive searchable directory that identifies researchers and research in Australia that is available or is being undertaken in the wounds arena. The directory is open access and available to all health professionals, consumers, students and other interested stakeholders. Researchers are invited to apply to have their research and contact information published in the directory.
For further information, please follow the menu items at the top of the page.
If you would like to have your research and details included in the directory, please select Submit Your Research in the top menu.
Wounds AustraliaWounds Australia is the peak national body for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and healing of wounds. Wounds Australia offers a range of information, training, education and support specifically focussed on ensuring the best possible health outcomes for those living with wounds. We do this through advocacy, education and activities that assists our members, wound care health professionals, to provide the highest quality, best practice care and treatment.
AHRAAHRA facilitates the integration of healthcare, health and medical research, and health professional education to deliver better health outcomes for all Australians. Our members comprise seven accredited Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres and three Centres for Innovation in Regional Health.
Health Translation QLDHealth Translation Queensland (HTQ) brings together Queensland's major health research, education, and healthcare organisations to partner in health care improvement. HTQ partners work collaboratively to accelerate the translation of research and evidence into education and healthcare practices, with the aim of tackling some of the biggest and most pressing health challenges facing Queensland communities.