Our goal is to discover new ways to prevent, manage and cure disabling musculoskeletal conditions. We promote physical activity and facilitate rapid translation of new knowledge to improve care, enable pain free living and ensure musculoskeletal health for all.
Is an international, multidisciplinary collaborative clinical trials network composed of clinicians, consumer groups, consumer representatives, policy makers, professional associations, and funders with an interest in investigator-initiated clinical trials focusing on musculoskeletal conditions. ANZMUSC is funded by an NHMRC CRE.
Is a network of world leading back pain researchers, working in partnership with leading researchers from health policy/systems, health economics, data linkage, health literacy/shared decision-making, and implementation science. Our interdisciplinary team aims to produce major improvements in health outcomes for people with low back pain. ANZBACK is funded by an NHMRC CRE.
Is a research collaboration involving The University of Sydney, Bond University, Monash University, the University of Wollongong, and international colleagues. We aim to conduct research that will reduce overdiagnosis and overtreatment in Australia and around the world. WISER is currently funded by an NHMRC Program grant and CRE, with a new CRE to commence in 2022.
Undertakes innovative research that involves consultative development and rigorous testing of new approaches to implementation and scale-up of effective interventions as well as the development of new interventions to prevent fall-related injuries in Australia. The Centre is funded by an NHMRC CRE.