Health Research Group is an independent research company
that coordinates multidisciplinary teams of researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates, and collaborates with industry, universities, government bodies and NGOs
to provide trusted, transparent services and outputs.

Implementation Research

We rigorously apply qualitative and quantitative mixed methods research to answer complex health questions that require real-life contextual understandings, multi-level and inter-disciplinary perspectives, and an appreciation of different cultural, social, and political contexts.

Evidence Synthesis

Our teams are experts in meta-analysis, systematic reviews, overviews / umbrella reviews, rapid reviews, best evidence reviews, narrative reviews, and qualitative reviews. The risk of bias, quality, and certainty of evidence are appraised using validated tools endorsed by Cochrane, GRADE and JBI.

Clinical Trial Design

Be it a feasibility or pilot study, or a larger phase 3 study, the Health Research Group can support and lead all aspects of a clinical trial, from the protocol development and statistical analysis plan, to project management, analysis, and the clinical study report.

Patient & Consumer Engagement

We listen to the voices of patients and consumers to understand their lived experiences, values, and preferences, through the use of surveys, interviews, and focus groups, and by including patient advocates in the research team.

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Integrative Medicine practice among Australian GPs

In collaboration with The University of Sydney, Faculty of Medicine and Health, this project is examining General Practitioner activity from the perspective of Integrative Medicine.

The project involves developing an operational definition of Integrative Medicine for health services research of general practice in Australia.

The definition will be applied to an analysis of the largest and most valid and reliable dataset of GP activity in Australia: Bettering the Evaluation and Care of Health (BEACH).


World Health Organization (WHO) Evidence Review of Traditional Medicine Research Methods 

In partnership with Carleton University’s TCIM Lab, Health Research Group has been contracted by the WHO to lead a multidisciplinary, international team to conduct an evidence review of epistemology-sensitive research methods in Traditional Medicine (TM).

Visit the WHO Evidence Review Stakeholder Portal to share your knowledge and insights about paradigm-appropriate research methods and barriers and enablers to conducting research in the field of Indigenous, Traditional, Complementary or Integrative Medicine.

Mission Statement

At the Health Research Group, our mission is to advance health and health care by providing independent and transparent research services. As an innovative virtual organization, we quickly bring together multidisciplinary teams of researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates to tackle complex research questions. Our commitment to transparency and independence ensures that our clients receive reliable and unbiased research outputs. We strive to be a trusted partner, providing high-quality services that exceed our clients expectations and contribute to the improvement of health outcomes for all.

Customer service statement

Health Research Group is committed to providing exceptional research services to our clients in not-for-profit organizations, universities, government bodies, and industry. Our goal is to deliver high-quality, customized solutions that are grounded in the latest research and best practices. We work closely with our clients to understand their goals and objectives and provide timely and accurate research with transparent communication and actionable outputs.
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