The NHMRC Research Translation Long Weekend 2022 has returned as a hybrid event, running 17 - 22 November, combining online presentations and in-person events. 

Menzies is delighted to be the host site for the Northern Territory, showing a live streaming of this event and holding an in-person event on Tuesday 22 November

The theme of this event is Embracing Diversity, encouraging the translation of research that improves equity and respects the health and health care decision making needs of people of different cultures, ethnic groups, socio-economic groups, abilities or ages. 

Across four days, a range of speakers are presenting on topics in a mix of keynote/ plenary, abstract and panel sessions. 

Two plenary sessions will be held each day across the 4 days, with the following themes:

  • Plenary 1: Mobilising knowledge to improve equity in health outcomes
  • Plenary 2: An equitable start to life: getting best practice into mother, infant and family care
  • Plenary 3: Mobilising knowledge to address complexity in health and health systems
  • Plenary 4: Getting best practice into practice
  • Plenary 5: Transforming how research is generated, valued and used
  • Plenary 6: Open science, research translation, equity and diversity
  • Plenary 7: Mobilising data to improve equity in health outcomes
  • Plenary 8: Closing the Gap in a Generation
Event details:

When | Thursday 17 November to Tuesday 22 November 2022 (with a weekend break). Sessions will start at 10.30am and end by 2.30pm (ACST) each day. If you only wish to attend select sessions of interest, you are welcome to come and go as you please.  

On Tuesday 22 November, live, local sessions will be held – please see the Darwin satellite event page for more details.

These events are open to those with an interest in health research across the NT. 

Where | Live streamed in the JMB Auditorium, Menzies School of Health Research, Building 58, Royal Darwin Hospital Campus, Corner of Nightingale and Paracelsus road, Tiwi. 

Online attendance is also possible, via registering through the NHMRC. 

NOTE: for attendance to the local sessions on Tuesday 22 November, registrations through Menzies is required. 

Cost | This is a free event.

Session Overview:

For more about the plenary sessions, speakers and to view the e-posters, please visit: