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This Communicable Diseases Genomics Network (CDGN), Public Health Laboratory Network (PHLN) and Communicable Diseases Network Australia (CDNA) document contains a sampling strategy for SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Surveillance
This is Appendix A to the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Genomics Health Futures Mission Implementation Plan. It identifies Genomics Health Futures Mission projects funded as at July 2021.
This plan supports the implementation of the MRFF Genomics Health Futures Mission Roadmap and establishes a strategy to address the mission’s goals.
This report summarises the outcomes of the Genomics Health Futures Mission International Review Panel meeting on 11 November 2020. The panel met to inform the strategic direction of the Genomics Health Futures Mission’s Roadmap and Implementation Plan.
This report summarises the national consultation on the Genomics Health Futures Mission Roadmap and Implementation Plan conducted between 14 December 2020 and 23 April 2021.
This framework provides a nationally consistent and strategic view for integrating microbial genomics into the Australian public health system. An implementation plan outlines how we will achieve this integration.
This implementation plan identifies actions, responsibilities, time frames, priorities and resourcing requirements for the integration of microbial genomics into the Australian public health system. It sits under the National Microbial Genomics Framework 2019–2022.
This report presents the results of post-market validation of the Beijing Genomics Institute SARS-CoV-2 Real time PCR test kit.
Statement from the Standing Committee on Screening about the possible use of genetic or genomic technologies in population-based screening programs.
This snapshot shows this Mission at a glance. It includes budgets, early funding priorities and grant timelines, as at November 2019. Researchers and other stakeholders can use it to plan for upcoming opportunities and see how the Mission will be established, expanded and embedded over time.Part of a collection: MRFF initiatives – implementation plan snapshots
The National Health Genomics Policy Framework provides direction for governments in Australia to integrate genomics into our health system. It uses an agreed high-level national approach to policy, regulatory and investment decision-making for genomics.
This implementation plan describes actions that will support Australia achieving the goals of the National Health Genomics Policy Framework. It includes 28 actions that will allow governments to prioritise activities and address current and emerging issues.
This document explains why we consider the strategic areas for action identified in the National Health Genomics Policy Framework to be a priority. It also provides background for readers who are less familiar with genomics.
We asked the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) to do a national stocktake of genetic and genomic testing and activities in 2017. This collection includes a high-level summary and the full report of key findings that were finalised in May 2019.
This comprehensive survey of genetic and genomic testing and activities in Australia was done for us by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia. It is based on data provided by participating laboratories.
This stocktake of genetic and genomic testing and activities was done for us by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia. It is based on data provided by participating laboratories and is a summary of the full report.
Microbial genomics is revolutionising the diagnosis, surveillance and control of communicable disease in Australia. This national framework identifies policy issues and challenges related to integrating microbial genomics into the Australian public health system.
Professor North tells us how genomics is helping many children, who only 5 or 10 years ago would have been admitted to hospital for invasive tests, sometimes without answers.
Genomics has the potential to improve the health of all Australians by helping doctors prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor diseases. This framework provides a nationally consistent approach to policy, regulatory and investment decisions about integrating genomics into our health system.