Research!America, Research Australia, Research Canada and Research!Sweden sign letter of agreement

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Research!America and its international partners, Research Australia, Research Canada and Research!Sweden, have signed a letter of agreement, capitalizing on a long-standing partnership among these research advocacy organizations. Over the past decade, Research!America, Research Australia and Research Canada have met informally on several occasions and presented and attended each organization’€™s annual meetings and conferences. Recently, Research!Sweden joined this alliance, bringing its unique programs, approaches and strategies to this international group.

The agreement is intended to foster greater collaboration among the four organizations in an effort to leverage expertise, advancements and approaches in health research advocacy, as well as facilitate the sharing of best practices in biomedical and health research advocacy, governance and operational policies and procedures. The agreement will promote enhanced communications among the four organizations and open the door to explore opportunities to collaborate internationally on health research advocacy ventures. The two-year agreement reflects the efforts of all four organizations to make biomedical and health research higher priorities in their respective countries. You can read the full letter of agreement here on Research!America’€™s website.

You can also visit the websites for these international research advocacy organizations: Research Canada, Research Australia and Research!Sweden.

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We have health challenges in this country that science will provide answers for if given the chance and we haven't given science that opportunity
Mary Woolley, President and CEO, Research!America