University of Sydney Camperdown Campus

For five years the members of Sydney Health Partners have worked together to speed the translation of great ideas into better health outcomes.

Throughout, our Partnership has focused on removing or reducing the barriers to the translation of research findings into clinical practice.

We have helped to address some of the challenges most important the health system, assisted in the implementation of promising innovations and built capacity in the science of research translation – all to deliver greater public and patient benefit.

Now we are taking a moment to reflect on what we have achieved to date and consider what comes next.

The keynote address will be given by the Secretary, NSW Health, Elizabeth Koff.

Joining her will be National and State leaders in healthcare delivery and medical research, who will discuss how research is driving health policy and clinical practice, and how we might maximise the benefits of clinical trials to our health services.

The afternoon of discussion concludes at 5pm and will be followed immediately by a networking function.

If you cannot attend in-person, the Forum will be available as a livestream during the afternoon. You can register for either in-person or virtual attendance.

Program details will be published soon. To find out more about Sydney Health Partners’ work, go to

Please note: pending NSW Health COVID restrictions, this event will be presented both in-person and online. In the event that COVID restrictions limit capacity, in-person attendance will be re-allocated based on a first-come-first-serve basis.